Help us keep Atlantic County communities clean! Any person or group can adopt a county road, school yard or park. Our program includes residents, nonprofits, businesses, scouts, churches, schools and more! Groups are required to adopt and clean sections of a county road, school yard or park and we provide all necessary equipment such as grabbers, safety shirts, bags and gloves. All groups are acknowledged with a road sign displaying their name.
Adopt a Road Near You!
Find an available road on the map below then fill out an application. Available roads are labeled in green. Adopted roads are labeled in red.
Report Your Cleanups
Fill out a Summary Report after each cleanup:
Most groups are eligible for an annual $200 mini-grant for performing cleanups throughout the year. Apply by April 21, 2017, to receive yours:
Need a refreshment of bags, pickers, gloves or safety vests? Fill out the form below to request supplies:
All groups must fill out a safety procedure form before receiving supplies and performing a cleanup:
Permission for Minors
All volunteers must be 11 or older. A permission slip must be filled out for any volunteers under the age of 18:
Share Your Hard Work!
Post your pictures on our
Instagram using #CleanAtlCo or email them to Rebecca Turygan at
Atlantic County ObLITTERaters:
Join our new county wide initiative to combat litter across our region. Report litter online, coordinate cleanups and more.