You can help keep Melbourne
clean and green by joining the Adopt-a-Road program. The Adopt-a-Road
program provides opportunities for individuals, businesses, clubs, church
groups, and other organizations to adopt one-mile or greater stretches of
City-maintained roads. Volunteers can help beautify the City by cleaning
both sides of the roadway at least four times per year.
program has three main goals:
reduce litter along Melbourne roadways, while increasing community pride.
keep our surrounding environment, including stormwater inlets, clean.
increase public awareness and demonstrate positive action about the issue of
we adopt a road?
a road for adoption. Contact the Cityís Environmental Community Outreach
(ECO) Division at (321) 608-5082 for assistance in selection of a
City-maintained road that is available for adoption.
a litter removal agreement and review the safety guidelines and litter
City ECO Division staff, develop your litter clean-up schedule. Adopt-a-Road
teams will receive personalized signs, installed at the beginning and ending
points along the adopted roadway reflecting your groupís commitment.
If you would like more information about the program, please call the ECO Division at (321) 608-5082 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Streets Available for Adoption
|There are 289.5 miles of
City-maintained streets in Melbourne, in addition to county and
state maintained roads, and private streets in gated
communities. View a map of streets in the Adopt-a-Road Program
County-maintained roads can be adopted through Keep Brevard
Beautiful by calling (321) 631-0501. These include:
Boulevard (Sarno Road to Babcock Street)
(U.S. 1 to John Rodes Boulevard)
Street (F.E.C. Railroad to S.R. 192)
(Sarno Road to Post Road)
(Nasa Boulevard to S.R. 192)
(from Wickham Road west)
(Wickham Road to U.S. 1
Road (west side between Carlton and Julia)
State-maintained roads can be adopted through the Florida
Department of Transportation by calling (321) 690-3250.
Street (S.R. 192 to Palm Bay city limits)
Boulevard (Eddie Allen Road to U.S. 1)
(Wickham Road to Eau Gallie Boulevard)