Adopt-a-Road in Gwinnett: A Look Back and a Bold Step Forward

Now that 2016 is in full-swing and the weather’s becoming nice enough to motivate a new group of volunteer’s for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful’s Adopt-a-Road program, we thought this was the ideal time to honor our 2015 Adopt-a-Road volunteers for their service while looking ahead to the future – which is certainly BRIGHT!!

Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful has recognized the following Adopt-a-Road groups, businesses and individuals for two distinct levels of service. Certificate of Excellence recipients are Adopt-a-Road partners that went above and beyond the call of duty to help keep our community clean and beautiful, and Certificate of Recognition recipients are Adopt-a-Road partners that did really great work within our community – particularly along their adopted stretch of road.

Our 2015 Adopt-a-Road Certificate of Excellence RecipientsAAR Certificate - City of Sugar Hill

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority- Psi Omega Omega Chapter

City of Sugar Hill

Eastside Medical Center

Gwinnett County Health Department

Gwinnett Place CID

Gwinnett Village CID

Gwinnett YMCA Teen Leaders Club

Lilburn CID

Michael Foley

Norris Lake Civic Association

Todd Enterprises

Our 2015 Adopt-a-Road Certificate of Recognition Recipients

Big Greenie

Brookwood National Honors Society

Boy Scout Troop 231

Boy Scout Troop 548

Boy Scout Troop 580

Elim Romanian Church

Fairview Presbyterian Church



GIC Muslim Youth Outreach Group

GIC Muslim Youth Boys Group

Givens Auto Parts


Liberty Vineyard Church

Luxomni Youth Group

NAS Atlantis Zone

River Place HOA

Riverfield HOA

Russell Ridge Animal Hospital

Saint Nirankari Mission- Universal Brotherhood

Spalding Corners HOA

St. Alphonsa Syro-Malabar Catholic Church

Trinity Lutheran Church

Zane Collins Geology Foundation

2016-03-07 New AAR SuppliesAs we look to building our Adopt-a-Road partnerships for 2016, we’re ready to kick the campaign off in STYLE thanks to the Gwinnett Department of Transportation for their awesome update to the program – which will undoubtedly make quite a fashion statement. The Adopt-a-Road program received a “makeover” that includes new neon yellow safety vests that will make volunteers more visible to drivers. Additional measures include latex gloves to protect the hands of our volunteers and new safety signs that read “Volunteers at Work” to alert drivers slow down and be watchful of our wonderful Adopt-a-Road partners. Thank you, Gwinnett DOT!!

If you, your family, your neighborhood HOA, church group, business, civic group or other organization would like to become a Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Adopt-a-Road partner – which includes the loan of the snazzy outfit described above during cleanups and placement of two signs bearing your family/group/company’s name along your adopted stretch of road – please visit the Adopt-a-Road page on the GCB website.