New Jersey Clean Communities is a statewide litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act in 1986. It's managed by the New Jersey Dept. of Treasury, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Clean Communities Council. It's supported by a network of 559 eligible municipalities and twenty-one counties, implementing local litter abatement programs. It's embraced by businesses, community organizations, schools and individuals who work together to keep New Jersey clean. Clean Communities Fact Sheet
The ACUA would like to create a link on the ACUA Clean Communities page that displays pictures of all Adopt-A-Road groups and their signs. If you get a chance at your next cleanup, please take a picture of your group in front of your sign and even some action shots of your group keeping your adopted road clean. Please email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to see the available roads for adoption near you?
Has your group completed a cleanup?
Fill out your summary report
Print CC Guidelines and other forms
Adopt A Road Guidelines
Permission slip for minors
Safety Procedure Form
Cleanup Participant List
Mini-Grant Requirements and Application
Check out photos of some recent clean ups.
Check out photos from the Clean Communities Dinner, June 6 2012!
Congratulations to Atlantic County Award Winners! View photos from the 2012 Statewide Clean Communities Conference
Watch a video! - See what one Clean Communities group has to say about the program
Interested in adopting a county road?
E-mail (Select Clean Communities)
Atlantic County Utilities Authority
PO Box 996
Pleasantville, NJ 08232