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Adopt-A-Road Program


Transform our community and embrace a greener tomorrow through Leon County's Adopt-A-Road Program! More than one hundred miles of road are available for adoption in Leon County, providing the perfect opportunity for residents or local organizations to make a difference in their communities. By adopting a County road, residents or local organizations agree to a two-year commitment to team up with Leon County in a mission to schedule regular clean-ups and rid County roads of litter while receiving a dedicated road sign. Step into action and pledge your commitment to our community's well-being through the Adopt-A-Road Program.

Volunteers Agree to

  • "Adopt" a section of a County Road averaging two-miles
  • Dedicate two years to the program
  • Remove litter a minimum of four times each year

Leon County Agrees to

  • Assist with safety meetings
  • Provide safety vests and litter bags
  • Pick up litter at specified locations
  • Post Adopt-A-Road signs commending the group at the beginning and end of their section

Leon County Adopt-A-Road Map

Review the Adopt-A-Road map to see which Leon County Roads are available for adoption.

Although adopted roads average about 2 miles, the available segments range from 0.5 to 6 miles. Please take care when choosing which road to adopt and be sure to review the available road details.  

Click on your desired road to access the form to request that road for adoption! 

To apply for a road not listed on the map, or to apply for any available road, visit our Adopt-A-Road Form

Program Contact

For more information on the County's Adopt-A-Road Program, contact Dean Richards, R-O-W Management Superintendent, at or call 850-606-1417.

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