Boy Scout Troop 87 is just one of many community groups that have adopted a Precinct 4 roadway.
The Adopt-A-County Mile (AACM) program is a litter abatement program that offers Harris County residents the opportunity to become active in reducing the tax dollars spent to clean county roadways. CAD is actively involved in the coordination and promotion of this program by helping to develop community interest and involvement.
How to Adopt:
To make a difference in your community and the environment, join the Adopt-A-County Mile program.
Participating groups agree to adopt a minimum one-mile stretch of county roadway to pick up litter on both sides of the selected or assigned roadway at least once every three months. A participating group may either request a particular site, or Precinct 4 will determine the location based on need. Precinct 4 provides safety tips, safety vests, clean-up supplies, free disposal, and street signs which recognize the efforts of each organization.
Up for Adoption:The following are just a few roads that are most in need of adoption.
- Antoine Drive from SH 249 to Breen Road
- Stuebner Airline from FM 2920 to Spring Cypress
- Walters Road from Spears Road to one mile north of Spears Road
- West Little York Road from Windfern Road to Fairbanks North Houston
Brochure: Adopt-A-County Mile (PDF)
The AACM program also benefits the efforts of the Clean Water Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and the Clean Water Clear Choice program administered through Harris County's Public Infrastructure Department Storm Water Quality Section.
Anyone interested in helping with the cleanup efforts of Texas lakes and rivers can contact Keep Texas Beautiful regarding their Texas Waterway Cleanup Program.
For additional information or
questions regarding Harris County
Precinct 4, please contact the
Community Assistance Department at
Boy Scouts of America Troop #113