Keep Roswell Beautiful offers an easy way for local groups to get involved in the community

through the Adopt-A-Road program. Sponsored by the City of Roswell’s Environmental/Public Works Department, Adopt-A-Road cleanups have an immediate and visible impact on our environment by removing litter along roadsides.

Why should your group consider participating in Adopt-A-Road?

  • It’s easy – There’s no special training necessary. The Environmental/Public Works department furnishes trash bags and yellow safety vests.
  • It’s satisfying – Your group will make an instant impact on our environment.
  • It’s rewarding – The Roswell DOT provides and installs a road sign designating sections of roadway as “belonging” to your organization.

On your end, your group will need to coordinate volunteers for litter cleanup on an as-needed basis, with a minimum of six cleanups per year. After each cleanup, simply report your results via the online form. Program participants must be at least 12 years old due to safety precautions.

For more information on how your group can make a positive impact along Roswell’s roadways, contact Nikki Belmonte at or 770-641-3742.


Available for Adoption as of December 2020:

  • BOWEN ROAD (Highway 92 to Jones Road)
  • CHAFFIN ROAD (Hardscrabble Road to Crabapple Road)
  • COX ROAD (Highway 140 to Brookfield Country Club, Silver Fox Court)
  • COX ROAD (Brookfield Country Club, Silver Fox Ct to city limit)
  • GRIMES BRIDGE ROAD (Oxbo Road to Holcomb Bridge Road)
  • HARDSCRABBLE ROAD (Chaffin Road to Etris Road)
  • HEMBREE ROAD (Alpharetta Highway to Maxwell Road)
  • MANSELL ROAD (Alpharetta Highway to Old Roswell Road/Westside Parkway)
  • MOUNTAIN PARK ROAD (Highway 92 to Mountain Park Elementary School)
  • NESBIT FERRY ROAD (Holcomb Bridge Road to Brumbelow Road)
  • OLD ALABAMA ROAD (Riverside Road to Holcomb Bridge Road)
  • OLD MOUNTAIN PARK ROAD (Mountain Park Road to city limit)
  • WOODSTOCK ROAD (Jones Road to North Coleman Road)


COVID-19 Safety: Consistent with local, state, and federal recommendations, Adopt-A-Road cleanup volunteers should maintain at least 6’ between each other. It is highly encouraged that you wear a mask and work gloves and have hand sanitizer readily available on site. Make sure reusable gloves and any equipment used is sanitized after the cleanup. Please visit for more information regarding the City of Roswell coronavirus response.