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Programs that enhance the aesthetic characteristics of the urban built environment and natural surroundings by acquiring and preserving open spaces for public enjoyment; planting trees, flowers, shrubs and ground cover in public places; controlling outdoor advertising signs, billboards and displays; controlling the establishment, use and maintenance of junkyards; developing and implementing anti-litter campaigns; cleaning up nature trails, rivers and streams; and engaging in other environmental beautification activities.

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Pennsylvania Department of Transportation - Adopt-a-Highway - District 3Adopt-A-Highway is an effective way to reduce the overall cost of litter pick-up in Pennsylvania. By volunteering to clear a two mile section of state highway four times a year, you are caring for the environment, and helping to minimize our maintenance cost.LycomingPennsylvania Department of Transportation - Adopt-a-HighwayPennsylvania Department of Transportation
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation - Adopt-a-Highway - District 9Food wrappers, aluminum cans, newspapers, and cigarette packs. From the city to the countryside, this is the trash that many careless people leave on Pennsylvania’s highways. It’s not a pretty sight, and it certainly does not make a good impression for the people who are traveling through Pennsylvania. Adopt-A-Highway is an effective way to reduce the overall cost of litter pick-up in Pennsylvania. By volunteering to clear a two mile section of state highway four times a year, you are caring for the environment, and helping to minimize our maintenance cost.BlairPennsylvania Department of Transportation - Adopt-a-HighwayPennsylvania Department of Transportation
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Road Maintenance - LancasterResponsible for the maintenance of all state roads spanning 1200 miles within Lancaster County, 760 bridges and over 50,000 signs. Call for specific concerns. - Accepts reports on potholes, road hazards and other road maintenance problems. Callers are asked to be as specific as possible when providing the locations of maintenance problems. The county, municipality and the traffic or state route number should be identified. - Administers the Adopt-a-Highway Program. Groups pledge to maintain a stretch of roadway or highway. Call Coordinator for more information. LancasterPA Department of Transportation Road Maintenance, LancasterPennsylvania Department of Transportation

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