Wyoming residents in civic and other nonprofit groups are invited to join the Adopt-A-Highway program to help keep the view from Wyoming’s roads beautiful.

Adopting groups show their civic pride by creating a cleaner environment, save taxpayers money by reducing the amount of litter WYDOT must clean up and raise awareness and change attitudes about littering.

WYDOT recognizes the Adopt-A-Highway volunteers by erecting signs at each end of their adopted section.

Groups must sign an agreement to adopt a 2-mile section of highway for at least 2 years, and pick up litter at least twice a year.

Organizations interested in adopting a highway section can obtain an application and the program rules and regulations from any of these district AAH coordinators:

Northwest   Northeast
Keri Griffith
P.O. Box 461
10 E. Brundage Lane
Basin, WY, 82410
Sheridan, WY, 82801
Jeff Goetz
  900 Bryan Stock Trail  
Southwest Casper, WY, 82601  Southeast
Staci Erker
Mike Ginther 
3200 Elk Street
 3411 S. 3rd St.
Rock Springs, 82901
 Laramie, WY, 82070