Adopt-A-Spot

Overview

The Adopt-A-Spot program is a community-based program developed by Keep Princeton Beautiful and the City of Princeton. It gives individuals and groups a public way to show pride in the community by keeping it litter-free. You may volunteer to adopt-a-spot in Princeton by pledging to maintain it for one year or longer, agreeing to maintain the spots six times within the year, and sending reports to Public Works. The program is free and open to all residents.

Any location within the city limits of Princeton that is not currently being maintained may be adopted, with special attention to those places that appear neglected. A vacant lot, city medians, and city parks are possible candidates. TxDot roadways such as 380, FM 75, and 6th Street are not available to be adopted through this program.

Some spots may require litter pick-up to be maintained, and others may require weeding and/or grass maintenance. Our Adopt-A-Spot coordinator can help you choose a location that best suits you and your group.

The Waiver of Liability for City Volunteers must be completed by every individual participating and can be completed online. Once registered, you must report your results up to three days after each event.

You can use the Trash Free Texas Interactive Map or send an inquiry with the specific location in mind.

Helpful Documents:

JM Caldwell Garden after Clean-up (JPG)