RACINE — Racine County is seeking groups to volunteer in the county’s Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Park programs.
Adopt-A-Highway group members must be at least 11 years old and in the sixth grade, according to a Racine County news release. Cleanup is performed along a roughly two-mile segment of a county highway at least three times a year. Groups are provided with safety vests, bags, and signs.
For performing this work, signs that mark the route will publicize the sponsoring group. Participating groups in the Adopt-A-Park program must have at least one adult supervisor for every 10 children in the park. Cleanup is performed at a county park at least three times a year, the release said. Groups are provided with bags.
If interested in keeping the environment clean and community attractive, contact the Racine County Department of Public Works and Development Services at 262-886-8440 or 262-886-8474, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.