What is the Town's Adopt-A-Highway Program?
The Town of Babylon established its Adopt-A-Highway Program in an effort to improve the quality of life in the Babylon community by keeping our roads and streets clean. Community organizations, businesses, or individuals who volunteer to participate in the Adopt-A-Highway program commit to collecting litter along a specific stretch of road in the town.

The adopted road is maintained by the group for a minimum of two years. Cleanups are conducted at least four times per year. The adopted street is identified by a sign, which is installed by the Town, bearing the group name. The Town provides orange safety gear for participants, garbage bags, and other cleanup materials. The Town also picks up and disposes of the litter collected upon notification from the group.

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1. How is the community space in my neighborhood maintained?
2. What beautification programs can Town of Babylon residents expect the Town to provide?
3. What is the Town's Adopt-A-Highway Program?
4. What is the Town's Adopt-A-Park Program?
5. What is the Town's Adopt-A-Spot Program?
6. What is the Town's Sump Beautification Program?