How much does it cost to Adopt-a-Highway in Mississippi?

Adopting (or sponsoring) a highway through AAHLRSA costs $200-$600 per month.

What does it mean when it says Adopt-a-Highway?

The Adopt-a-Highway program, and the very similar Sponsor-a-Highway, are promotional campaigns undertaken by U.S. states, provinces and territories of Canada, and some national governments outside North America to encourage volunteers to keep a section of a highway free from litter.

What do you gain from adopting a highway?

Thanks to the newly created Clean California Program, the Adopt-A-Highway Program has been authorized to provide a volunteer incentive of up to $250 per month for litter cleanup events….Adopt-A-Highway

  • Removing litter.
  • Planting trees.
  • Planting wildflowers.
  • Removing graffiti.
  • Controlling vegetation.

How do I adopt a highway in Michigan?

A minimum two-mile stretch of roadway is recommended….Sign Up Now and Adopt-A-Highway

  1. Please check with your AAH Coordinator about location availability prior to sending in your application, and to determine where to send the application.
  2. Complete an Adopt-A-Highway application form.
  3. Keep one copy for yourself.

Why do people sponsor a highway?

The Sponsor A Highway┬« Program is a corporate sponsorship program that gives businesses, and individuals the opportunity to help keep our nation’s highways safe and clean. For a monthly fee, sponsors can choose to support roadside maintenance and beautification efforts on major highways throughout the United States.

What are the benefits of sponsoring a highway?

Three Benefits of Sponsoring a Highway

  • Increased Brand Awareness. Brand awareness is an important component to increasing exposure of not only your brand but the products and services you offer to potential customers as well.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility.
  • Your Community Will Thank You.

What does it mean to sponsor a highway?

How much does it cost to adopt a highway Michigan?

no fee
Sections of highways are still available for adoption and there is no fee to participate. MDOT asks groups to adopt sections for at least two years. For more information, visit

Can I get a road named after me?

Here’s the criteria: Individuals must have provided “extraordinary public service or some exemplary contribution” to the public and be associated with the community where the highway is located. The designee must be deceased or an elected official who is no longer in office.