Litter Control Program

The Archuleta County Adopt-A-Road Program seeks to maintain the natural beauty of our region by keeping roadside litter at a minimum, while supporting local businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations. Four or more scheduled collection days are preferred while three are mandatory. 

For sponsoring individuals or organizations, Archuleta County will provide high visibility vests and litter collection bags and will post a sign including the sponsoring organization's name and logo. Contact the county administration office a week in advance of your clean up day to pick up bags, vests, pickers and buckets.

Review policies and fill out an application.

Must be filled out for adopting roads and volunteering in general

Adopt-A-Road Suggestions 

Let us know if there are additional roads you would like to see adopted for cleanup.

Current adopted roads

Bristlecone Dr. 

Whole road

Timber Ridge HOA

CR 113

160 to FS 666

Friends of Fawn Gulch

CR 411

Paved portion to dirt

Mauricio & Veronica Medina

CR 500

First 5 miles

AC Republican Women

Light Plant Rd. 

Whole road

Pagosa Springs Masonic Lodge

Milton Lane

Whole road

TARA Historical Society at Navajo Lake

Saturn Drive

Whole road

Craig & Tina Edwards

Vista Blvd.

Whole road

Veterans for Veterans of Archuleta County

CR 391

First 2 Miles

Jim & Sandy Bramwell Living Trust

Mill Creek

First Mile

Shady Pine 4H Club

North Pagosa Blvd.

Mile 3 to 4 

Jody and Warren Brown

North Pagosa Blvd. 

Mile 2 to 3

Derek and Tina Woodman

Hatcher Circle

Whole road

Melinda and Sherman Ratliff

CR 335

First 5 Miles

Lower Blanco Property Owners

Shenandoah & Coyote

Whole Road

Chuck and JoJo Allen

Indian Land Road

Half road ish

Sovereign Commons

Last updated 3/30/23

Adopt a Road Republican women CR 500
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