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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 groups name at each end of the groups 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
Cutting Edge Figure Skating Club
Dogs of Endearment
Friends and Family of Bryan
Kenosha County 4H Trailblazers
Lance National Honor Society
Pet Owners of Pleasant Prairie
Pleasant Prairie Womens Club
St. Paul Lutheran Church Youth Group
Talmer Bank & Trust
To learn more about Adopt-a-Road and how you can participate, please call 262.925.6700.