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The Adopt-a-Road program is a two-year commitment by local community and business groups to clean up a Pleasant Prairie roadway two times per year. The Village provides equipment for each group to complete their annual cleanup, including: bags, safety vests and rubber gloves. A safety training session is also conducted with members of the program.
The Village recognizes the groups that Adopt-a-Road by placing a sign with the group’s name at each end of the group’s section of roadway. The Village would like to thank all those groups who participate in the Adopt-a-Road program. Their efforts help make the Village a cleaner and more welcoming community. Current Adopt-a-Road participants include:
• Brownie Troop 7247 (Pleasant Prairie)
• Boy Scout Troop 544
• C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.
• Cub Scout Pack 544
• Cub Scout Pack 583
• Dogs of Endearment
• Friends and Family of Bryan
• Happenings Magazine
• Kenosha County 4H Trailblazers
• Lance National Honor Society
• Pet Owners of Pleasant Prairie
• Pleasant Prairie Women’s Club
• St. Paul Lutheran Church Youth Group
• Talmer Bank & Trust
• Tropical Tan
To learn more about Adopt-a-Road and how you can participate, please call 262.925.6700.