Adopt-A-Street/Keep Broward Beautiful (KBB)
Program Changes In Effect October 1, 2013
The Adopt-A-Street program is available in the following cities effective October 1, 2013:
Unincorporated Broward County
If your city is not listed and you have questions, please contact your city's Public Works department directly.
In cities that have not renewed KBB participation agreements, Adopt-A-Street signs have been removed.
What is Adopt-A-Street?
Adopt-A-Street is a program that empowers volunteer groups to keep their neighborhoods litter-free one street at a time. To date, more than 18,000 volunteers from 20 cities have removed over 200,000 pounds of litter from their adopted streets!
How does participation benefit neighborhoods?
Increases property values
Reduces litter-removal costs
Fosters pride (people litter less in clean neighborhoods)
Frees up maintenance crews to perform other tasks
What's involved in Adopt-A-Street participation?
Residents volunteer to remove litter from an adopted street in their city four times a year for two years. (Streets are half-a-mile long or more.) Broward County provides organizational help, cleanup supplies, free disposal, and Adopt-A-Street signs with the name of the group on them. A Group Leader coordinates cleanups between the group and Keep Broward Beautiful. Adopt-A-Street is a collaboration between Broward County, participating cities and volunteer groups.
If you have questions, please call the Litter Hotline at 954-765-4999 or email email@example.com.