Adopt-A-Street Program


Show Low's Adopt-a-Street program is similar in concept to the Adopt-A-Highway program operated by ADOT. It enables interested groups to adopt a section of one of the city’s streets. In return for conducting scheduled clean-ups of that stretch of street twice a year, the sponsors are recognized with signage located at the beginning and ending of their designated street sections. The program enables community and civic organizations, private businesses, and churches to participate directly in enhancing the overall appearance of the city.

Get Involved

Any interested group that has an enthusiasm and dedication to make our community a better place to live can adopt a street. We welcome:

  • Church groups
  • Community and civic organizations
  • Individual businesses and business organizations
  • Neighborhood associations

Volunteers make the commitment to remove litter along pre-designated sections of city streets a minimum of twice a year for a 2-year period. Volunteers are encouraged to monitor conditions on their section of the street and report problems to city staff members for follow up.

Adoption Process
  • Contact Barbara Hines, the Adopt-a-Street Coordinator, at 928-532-4100 or by email
  • Obtain, sign, and return the Adopt-A-Street Application (PDF)
  • Completed forms are then reviewed by the coordinator and processed
  • Upon approval, the Adopt-a-Street coordinator will notify the organization's contact person and schedule the 1st clean up
Volunteer Regulations & Requirements
  • 1 adult supervisor shall be provided for every 5 workers under the age of 18
  • No volunteers under the age of 12
  • Review the guidelines on the Adopt-a-Street Application (link above) for more information
Acknowledgment & Recognition

Participants in the Adopt-A-Street program will be recognized on signage located at the beginning and end of their adopted street section. Signs will have the Adopt-A-Street Program logo, City of Show Low logo as well as the volunteer group’s name in recognition of their commitment to the community. Signs will be installed after the group’s 1st cleanup event and will remain in place for the designated adoption period of 2 years.