Keep Pittsburg Beautiful By Adopting A Street!
Take an active role to keep your city clean. The City of Pittsburg’s Adopt-A-Street Program is based on the State Highway Department’s Adopt-A-Highway Program.
This program is a volunteer program that provides a partnership between the City and individuals, community groups, business owners, schools, churches and service clubs to promote community services in an effort to make our City streets litter free.
Each volunteer (adopting group) assumes responsibility for an assigned section of street and agrees to remove litter and trash four (4) times per year between the months of March and November for at least a two year period.
Contact us each time you have picked up litter along your adopted street segment.
Volunteers who adopt a street will receive recognition with a sign being posted along the street informing the public of the organization assisting with the pick-up.
How to Adopt-A-Street
- Complete the Adopt-A-Street Application
- Mail your application to:
City of Pittsburg Public Utilities
P.O. Box 688
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Once the City approves your application, you will be notified with further instructions on how to begin the program.
The City of Pittsburg will work with the adopting group to select the specific section of street to be adopted. Some streets may not be considered for a number of reasons, usually safety related.
|Church of Latter Day Saints||Rouse Street, 4th Street to Centennial Drive|
|Haven Support||Rouse Street, 4th Street to 14th Street|
|Pitt Plastics||Atkinson Road, Rouse Street to Free King Hwy.|
|South Broadway Baptist Church||Broadway Street, Quincy Street to Carlton Street|
|T.O.P.S.||Centennial Drive, Broadway Street to Rouse Street|
|Wendy’s of Pittsburg||27th Street, Broadway Street to Joplin Street|