The Township Adopt-a-Road program began in Spring 2010 with twenty-three organizations and/or families adopting Township roads and conducting litter pick-ups along these roads twice a year.
The program will establish partnerships between Saucon Valley volunteers and the Township to help control litter along Township roads and maintain a clean environment.
The organizations and/or families are:
Interested organizations/persons can select from a list of designated roads and must commit to a 2-year period for the road adoption. The Township will supply the adopting organization's volunteers with safety equipment and trash bags and the volunteers will conduct litter pick-ups at least two (2) times per year along the road.
The Township will be responsible for the collection and disposal of trash bags along the road. In recognition of these volunteer efforts, the Township will erect permanent signs along the roadway with the organization's name. There are a total of twenty-eight (28) Township roads available for adoption by organizations, families or individuals, with only four roads left for adoption.
View the list of available roads here.