Photos by Michael McLain
We have been doing this community project for a
number of years.
We currently clean Highway 97 once or twice a year.
meet at a local business office in the Business Park for coffee and doughnuts and then head
Maximum time for this project is 2 hours.
Many Rotarians and other volunteers get involved
with this event.
The project is in cooperation with Deschutes County, who
provide the garbage bags and safety vests.
We pile up the bags and they pick them up.
|Our Next Cleanup is Scheduled for:
|May 19, 2018 - 9:00 a.m.
from the Deschutes County Road Department
Use "Litter Patrol" signs.
Wear Orange/Yellow Vests.
Everyone must work on the same side of the road at the same time.
No one under 18 years of age at the clean-up site without a
Liability Release for Minor Form on record in their office.
into the Road Department with the approximate
number of bags for them to pickup when finished.
Inform them of any broken glass or flagged items.
Designate a Bag for broken glass ONLY!
When the bag is full, close and tie the bag AND put into another bag;
LEAVE THE OUTER BAG OPEN.
DO NOT PICK UP THE FOLLOWING ITEMS - Just FLAG them.
Containers that are suspicious
Possible containers of hazardous chemicals
Large or Heavy items.
Adopt-A-Road Clean-up Forms*
Click Applicable Form to Open
Hot Tips for Road Cleanup - 1 Page
Safety Guidelines for a successful Clean-up - 2 Pages
view or open the application you must have the
installed on your computer. Obtain a FREE version by clicking the