Adopt-A-Street Program

Program History
The City of Safety Harbor Commission created the Adopt-A-Street program in June 1993. This program is a public education and awareness program dedicated to providing waste reduction, recycling and litter prevention strategies that impact the citizens of our community by encouraging clubs, businesses, civic, youth, and non-profit organizations to volunteer to remove litter along roadways within our city limits.

Adopt & Keep Clean
The Adopt-A-Street Program encourages organizations to adopt an area of roadway about 1 mile in length with residential and commercial use for litter control 4 times per year.

Promoting Community Pride
Adopt-A-Street Program promotes community pride by demonstrating to residents, tourists and businesses that the community is active, energetic and cares about a clean and safe environment. Information on Awareness, Education and Litter Prevention is offered throughout the year and is available to all members of the community.

Safety Harbor is dedicated to providing a means for you to make a difference and take pride in our community. Become a volunteer. We encourage government agencies, businesses, and private citizens to join in. Join us today to pave the way for future generations.

  • Feel ownership and pride in your community
  • Set an example for others.
  • Improve the quality of life in your neighborhood
  • Get free recognition for your company or group
  • Make a difference in your community
Getting Started
  1. Contact the City of Safety Harbor Public Works Department for a complete package of the guidelines, procedures and contract agreement.
  2. Sign an agreement to adopt a City street, parkway or right-of-way for a 1-year period.
  3. Make a commitment to perform a clean up 4 times a year.
  4. Follow program procedures.
  5. Attend a safety class before scheduling 1st clean up.
  6. Upon completion of the training, contact Public Works at 727-724-1550 to arrange for pick up of the necessary equipment.
  7. After clean-up, return all equipment to the program coordinator.
  8. Send in a report to the City of Safety Harbor Public Works office after the event with the number of volunteers, hours worked, and bags of litter collected.