Public Works - Adopt-A-Roadway Program
The Village of Gurnee Adopt-A-Roadway program gives individuals and groups an opportunity to support anti-litter efforts by adopting a section of Village roadway for the purpose of trash collection.
Sections of adopted roadway are between ½ to 2 miles in length. Groups perform litter collection a minimum of two times a year, for the duration of the two-year adoption period.
Groups must provide one adult supervisor 21 years of age or older for every five youths under the age of 18 present on the adopted section of roadway. No one under the age of 10 may participate in litter collections due to safety concerns. Litter collections can only be conducted between one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset, in fair weather during non-rush hour traffic times.
Roadways in the Adopt-A-Roadway Program are:
- Almond Road (Washington to Dada)
- Almond Road (Dada to Grand)
- Cedar Avenue
- Cemetery Road (Tri-State Parkway to Washington)
- Dada Drive (Hunt Club to Almond)
- Dada Drive (Almond to Knowles)
- Depot Road
- Fuller Road (North of Grand)
- Knowles Road
- Leonard Drive (Gages Lake to Crossland)
- Morrison Drive
- Northwestern Avenue
- Old Grand Avenue
- St. Paul Avenue
- Tri-State Parkway
To participate in the Adopt-A-Roadway program, please download the brochure below for more information and the application materials. To find out which Village roadways are available, please contact us at 847-599-6800.
For those parties interested in adopting a state or county highway, please contact the Illinois Department of Transportation at 217-782-6953, or the Lake County Division of Transportation at 847-377-7400.