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Press Release - City of Valley Adopt a Road Program

For Immediate Release:                                                             

Date: April 4, 2024

Contact: Doug Eggen, Valley Public Works Dept.

Email: deggen@valleyne.org

Phone: 402-359-2251

City of Valley launches Adopt-A-Road Clean-up Program

Residents can choose roadways they want to clear of litter

VALLEY, Neb..—April 4, 2024—Valley is asking residents to “Adopt-A-Road” to help keep land around the city’s roadways free of litter.  The City is launching the volunteer Adopt-A-Road program starting today, April 4.

As part of the program, community groups can sign up to pick up litter in any of 20 designated locations in Valley.

“Our Adopt-A-Road program gives residents a chance to be part of an impactful project which provides them the satisfaction of contributing to our community,” said Doug Eggen, Valley Public Works Superintendent. “Our public works department will provide necessary supplies and safety information.”

A map of all available locations in the Adopt-A-Road program is posted on the public works department page of the City of Valley website, valleyne.org.  An information sheet, safety rules, and an application can be downloaded from the page too.

Interested parties also may contact Doug Eggen via email at deggen@valleyne.org to obtain an application or submit a completed application.

The City of Valley asks each participating group to commit to picking up litter at least twice a year for a minimum of two years.

All applications must be approved by the city before volunteers can begin picking up trash.