Dodge County's Adopt A Highway Program
Adopt A HighwayAdopt-A-Highway is a volunteer program to pick up litter and debris along Minnesota’s roadways. It is a way for citizens to make a personal contribution to a cleaner and more beautiful environment. Community groups, clubs, businesses, churches, families, and individuals adopt a highway by picking up litter and debris along both sides of a two mile segment of roadway two - three times per year for at least two years.
Participants of Adopt A Highway agree to:
- Adopt a two mile segment of highway for a minimum of two years.
- Pick up litter and debris along this segment twice each year.
- Wear safety vests during pick-up and observe all safety rules.
- Drop off the filled trash bags at Dodge County Highway Dept. (16 S. Airport Dr., Dodge Center) for disposal.
- Notify Dodge County Highway Dept. (507-374-6694) of any large, heavy, or hazardous items along the roadway.
- Erect a highway sign at each end of the adopted segment to recognize your group’s cleanup efforts.
- Provide high visibility vests, trash bags and safety information.
- Dispose of filled bags dropped off at the Highway Dept.
- Remove large, heavy, or hazardous items from the roadway
What Roads are Available?
All County State Aid Highways (CSAH) and County Aid Roads (CAR) within Dodge County are eligible for the Adopt A Highway program. To determine if a road segment is available, click on the interactive map link below. Blue sections are available and red sections are already adopted. Clicking on a segment will give you more information about it and when you zoom in on an area of the map, the length of each section (in miles) is shown in black numbers. The black arrows indicate the starting and stopping points of each section.
Dodge County Adopt a Highway Map