Adopt-a-Road Program

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Thank you to all of our Adopt-a-Road Volunteers for helping keep our roadways clean!

 Capitol Blvd  Adopted by OBee Credit Union
 Cleveland Ave  Adopted by Tumwater Chiropractic Center
 Crosby Blvd (Irving Street to Barnes Blvd)  Adopted by Breckenridge Apartments
 Crosby Blvd (Barnes Blvd to Sapp Rd)  Adopted by Andy Hellman
 Henderson Blvd (Yelm Hwy to Deschutes River)  Adopted by 308th BSB
 Henderson Blvd (Deschutes River to 65th Ave)  Adopted by Char McLain Insurance
 Linderson Way   Adopted by South Sound Foursquare Church
 Littlerock Rd (Israel Rd to 81st Ave)  Adopted by Tumwater Kiwanis and Key Clubs
 Littlerock Rd (Trosper Rd to Kingswood Dr)  Adopted by Tumwater Chamber of Commerce
 Mottman Rd (9th Ave to Crosby Blvd)  Adopted by Andy Hellman
 RW Johnson Blvd  Adopted by Smiles Dental Tumwater
 Somerset Hill Dr   Adopted by Hope Community Church
 Trosper Rd  Adopted by Mountainboards North West
 Tumwater Blvd (Henderson Blvd to Nikolas Street)  Adopted by Team Kondrat
 Tumwater Blvd (Littlerock Rd to I-5)  Adopted by The LeDuc/McNamara Family
 Yelm Hwy    Adopted by Sara Tuomey and Friends 
 2nd Ave (Trosper Rd to Linwood Ave)  Adopted by Washington Health Insurance Agency, Inc. 
 2nd Ave (Linwood Ave to Desoto Street)  Adopted by Valerie Lange
 12th Ave  Adopted by Two Birds and Friends
 79th Ave   
 88th Ave   Adopted by The Schneider Family


The Adopt-a-Road Program offers community members and businesses the opportunity to contribute to neighborhood beautification though litter collection activities. The City provides support and equipment while volunteers donate their time and energy by gathering litter along designated streets. Volunteer groups are recognized for their contribution to our community with a customized Adopt-a-Road sign located along their section of the road. 



Volunteer groups are able to adopt a half-mile road section. Locations are determined by the City of Tumwater Public Works Department based on the need in the area and the potential working conditions for volunteers.  Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.


Volunteer groups help keep Tumwater clean by providing litter removal along community streets. Some groups also provide extra services like maintaining flower beds in the public right-of-way or marking and raking storm drains.


Groups commit to cleaning the assigned road a minimum of four times each year, for two years. 


Any individual, business, or community organization can get involved! Volunteers must be at least 15 years of age to participate. 


City of Tumwater Volunteer Coordinator at (360) 252-5424 or

Adopt-a-Road Safety Video and Forms

Adopt-a-Highway Safety Video (Select "Safety Video" under the "Safety First" section of the WSDOT website.)
Adopt-a-Road Volunteer Participant Activity Report pdf-icon-sm
Adopt-a-Road Volunteer Registration pdf-icon-sm
Adopt-a-Road Program Brochure pdf-icon-sm


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