Absolutely! As long as you are able to maintain the two cleanups per year requirement and have enough volunteers to warrant an effective cleanup effort. Please just keep your group's capabilities in mind when registering as we want to maximize cleanup efforts of these sections.
Please contact Brandon Burrows or view the interactive map on this page that shows available waterways that are in need of adoption.
Nope! There are sections currently available in St. George, Ivins, Santa Clara, and Washington cities, with the hopes of further expansion in the future.
There are other ways to contribute if a stream section is too much, such as adopting a stormwater inlet, donating supplies or resources, graffiti removal, and much more!
We have specifically created shorter and longer sections of waterways in order to accommodate groups of any size and capability. The sections are customizable and it is recommended to meet with Brandon Burrows to find the perfect section for your group.
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St. George City Adopt a Waterway Coordinator
Ivins City Public Works
Santa Clara City Adopt a Waterway Coordinator
435-656-4690 Ext. 213
Washington City Adopt a Waterway Coordinator