Adopt-A-Street is a volunteer program that provides a partnership between the City and organized groups from schools, churches and businesses to promote community service in Olathe and help the environment.
Visit the Adopt-A-Street Map to see what streets are available for adoption.
- Community groups adopt at least one mile of public roadway to remove hazardous materials along the roadside. Additional service can include removing graffiti and installing storm drainage identifications.
- Community members conduct at least four cleanup events per year for a two-year period.
- The City provides free materials such as trash bags, safety vests and gloves.
- The City collects trash bags along the roadway after each cleanup event.
- The City posts signage along the roadway area to recognize the adoption group.
- Insurance is not provided by the City.
- Participants must have a responsible adult to organize and supervise group members to ensure a safe cleanup event environment and a clean job.
1. Contact us to learn if an Adopt-A-Street group is formed in your area of interest.
2. Visit Volunteer Opportunities to submit a Group Volunteer Application.
3. Wait for the City to contact you.
4. Organize a date for your first cleanup event.
5. Contact us to notify how your first cleanup event went. The City will order signage to recognize your adoption of the roadway area.
6. Contact us a week before each cleanup event. The City will:
- Schedule delivery of free materials such as trash bags, safety vests and gloves.
- Schedule free City collection of trash bags after your cleanup event.
7. Contact us after each cleanup to notify how many hours your group volunteered.
Contact Adopt-A-Street at OlatheConnect or call 913-971-9511 for additional information.