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Majors Road

Roads available for Adoption

Burnt Bridge Road – From Holbrook Road (Roundabout) to Spring Ridge Drive

Freedom Parkway – From Pilgrim Mill Road to Browns Bridge Road

Wright Bridge Road – From Hurt Bridge Road to Wallace Tatum Road

Interested in another road?  Contact us to check availability.  

The Adopt-a-Road (AAR) program sponsored by Keep Forsyth County Beautiful enables citizens to demonstrate their community pride by removing unsightly litter that accumulates along our county roadways. Individuals or groups adopt a mile (or more) section of road which they clean-up on a quarterly basis. A minimum 2 year commitment is preferred. Supplies such as gloves, trash bags, and safety vests are provided by KFCB. 


Ideal for non-profit organizations, clubs, businesses, scout troops, schools, homeowner associations, or families. ​The AAR program directly benefits the community through litter reduction and prevention, greater civic involvement, and beautification.


Why adopt a road? ​

  • It makes a visible positive impact on our local environment

  • It helps build community pride

  • It's an easy to organize group or team building activity

  • It reduces county litter removal costs and saves taxpayers money

  • Public recognition feels good. And encourages others to step-up​.

  • It's a great workout!

The 8 Easy Adopt-A-Road steps:

Step 1 - Review the Adopt-a-Road Rules & Safety

Step 2 - Choose a road and contact KFCB for approval 

Step 3 - Once the road is approved by KFCB, sign and return the completed Contract

Step 4 - Conduct your 1st clean-up and send in a completed Status Report

Step 5 - Conduct your 2nd clean-up (the next quarter) and send in a completed Status Report 

Step 6 - We will order your official Adopt-a-Road Member signs and place them on your roadway

Step 7 - Maintain your roadway with at least one clean-up per quarter and submit status report 

Step 8 - Rejoice knowing that you are making a difference, perhaps doing your happy dance 

Rules and Safety
Status Report
Current Adopt-A-Road Groups (as of January 2022) 

400 North Board of Realtors

Ad Victorian Solutions

Alliance Academy for Innovation

Boy Scout Troop 62

Boy Scout Troop 254

Chuck and Chizuko Ingraham

Communities on Nichols Drive

Cub Scout Pack 109

Cub Scout Pack 207

Going Green

Grants Neighborhood

Gravitt Turtle Watch

Grogan Disposal Company

Hindu Service Foundation

Hindus of Georgia

Hunters for the Hungry

Indian Friends of Atlanta

Ivy Bluff Subdivision

Ivy Walk Subdivision

JK & L Media LLC

Johns Creek Korean Church

Kathy Clavijo


Keegan Donegan

Kiwanis Club of Forsyth County

Knights of Columbus 13161

Lambert High School Key Club

Lili Hao


Mosquera Family

North Atlanta Cricket Academy

Northeast Atlanta Sai Center

Raiders PALSS (North Forsyth)

Polo Golf and Country Club

Prism Automotive

Pro Earth

RMS Builders Club

SEWA International

Sharon Elementary

Smithfield Foods

Sonja's Loving Heat

SF Rotary Club

Susan Cianos

Tam's Backstage

Wynfield HOA

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