Pint-Sized Picassos Invited to Create Art for State’s Anti-Litter Campaign
Cleaning up litter along the roadways is a huge job. WSDOT crews, along with Adopt-a-Highway volunteers clear about 600 tons of trash off of more than 18,000 miles of state roadways every year. That's on us. We, the drivers in the state are doing a terrible job of securing loads, cleaning up after accidents and not littering in the first place. Just look around the perimeter of our city.
The state is creating new Adopt-a-Highway automobile litter bags adorned with a litter prevention message and new artwork reminding everyone how preventing litter helps keep our state beautiful.
Submissions will be accepted until 5 p.m. Friday (May 31). All mailed submissions must be postmarked by May 31.
Winning submissions will be featured on new Adopt-A-Highway automotive litter bags and will also be featured online, including on our Adopt-A-Highway website and our social media channels.