KDB’s Adopt-A-Spot Program is one of the largest programs of its kind in Texas, with nearly 40 active groups. Volunteers are responsible for picking up thousands of pounds of litter each year from Denton’s roadways.
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Adopter groups: scroll down to complete your cleanup report!
Why Adopt? Adopt-A-Spot volunteers are responsible for picking up thousands of pounds of litter each year from Denton’s roadways, contributing to a cleaner, more beautiful city; a higher quality of life for residents; and a vibrant local economy.
Being an Adopter gives participants an opportunity to give back to the community, teach their children about community responsibility, receive positive publicity for their business, and gain valuable community volunteer experience. Not to mention, being part of one of the largest programs of its kind in Texas, with nearly 40 active groups!
2 Year Commitment
4 cleanups per year; at least 1 cleanup per quarter
Proper disposal of trash collected
Your personal trash receptacles
KDB office dumpsters (Green=trash; Blue=recycling), 608 E Hickory St.
Public disposal locations (Recycling only):
North Lakes Park, W. Windsor Dr. at Hinkle Dr.
Corner of W. Congress St. at N. Elm St.; across from TJ’s Pizza
Provide adult supervision for volunteers under 16 years of age
For student organizations, an administrator or teacher must sign agreement and provide contact information to ensure continuity of the program
Report your cleanup the day you complete it
Communicate with KDB staff in a timely manner
Provide timely updates on changes to contact person or contact information
Recognize Adopter’s community impact
Monitor compliance with program terms
Work with the City of Denton to place Adopt-A-Spot signs with Adopter’s name (available after 2nd reported cleanup).
If you are interested in participating in the Adopt-A-Spot Program, fill out this online form, contact the Keep Denton Beautiful Volunteer Coordinator at (940) 349-8738, or email email@example.com
Current Adopters– complete this short survey to let us know how we’re doing.