Adopt a Road cleanup volunteer in the ditch along the road.
Cleanup volunteer in the ditch along the road.
Group of volunteers along the side of the road.
A few volunteers cleaning up along the roadway.

The Scott County Adopt-A-Road Program is funded by the Scott County Board of Supervisors in cooperation with the Waste Commission of Scott County. It is a bi-annual event, with the spring cleanup starting the month of April and the fall cleanup starting the month of August.

Since the onset off the program in 1994, the size of the cleanup force has nearly tripled growing from eight groups cleaning approximately 16 miles of prime Scott County roadways to the numerous groups below cleaning approximately 46 miles of roadway.

We'd like to acknowledge and thank the following groups:

  • Advanced Irrigation LLC
  • American Legion Riders – Post 154
  • Annika Krambeck
  • Axemen Quad Cities Firefighters Motorcycle Club
  • Boy Scout Troop 203
  • Brockmann Family
  • Burt & Marilyn Gearhart & the Cournoyer Family
  • CBI Bank & Trust
  • Calvary Lutheran Church
  • Cub Scouts Pack 88
  • Durant Music Boosters
  • Eldridge Lions Club
  • Engelbrecht Farms & Families
  • Gottschalk Service Company
  • Hobwey Farm
  • In Memory of Freddie & Oleta Davis
  • In Memory of SSG. Nathan Cox KIA – 2008
  • Iowa 80 Truckstop
  • Lake Huntington Home Association
  • LeClaire 4-H Groups
  • Liberty 4-H Club
  • Lincoln Electric Automation
  • McCausland Labor Day Committee & Fire Department
  • Merschman Ace Hardware
  • Morning Star Academy
  • Park View Women's Club
  • Quad Cities Bicycle Club
  • Quad Cities Women's Outdoor Club
  • Raelynn Marie Whitney
  • Rivermont Collegiate
  • Scott County Sheriff's Reserves
  • Small Frye Organic Farms
  • The Carton Family
  • The Families of Tom & Dona Cawiezell
  • The Lin Family
  • The Moore Group
  • The Nelson Family
  • The Sanders Family
  • The Santee Family-In Memory of Gene Santee
  • Travis & Lynnette Schaeffer
  • Valley Outdoor
  • Waste Commission of Scott County