Adopt-A-Highway Program

Since 1987, Missouri's Adopt-A-Highway program has involved volunteers across the state working together to clean up Missouri. Currently, more than 4,700 groups and 47,000 volunteers in the program are focused on making Missouri's roadsides cleaner and more attractive for our residents and visitors. More than 6,200 miles of roadway have been adopted.
Adopter groups include commercial and private enterprises, civic and non-profit organizations, families and individuals. MoDOT spends about $6 million annually to remove litter from more than 385,000 acres of right of way along 34,000 state highway miles.

Since St. Charles Rock Road is a State Highway we encourage local organizations looking to participate in community service activities to consider these programs.

How to Join the Missouri Adopt-A-Highway Program

To join the Missouri Adopt-A-Highway Program, please call MoDOT's toll-free number at 888-ASK MODOT (888-275-6636) and ask for the Adopt-A-Highway coordinator or email them.

You can also check their online map for availability of open sections ready for adopting.