Members of the King William High School National Honor Society as well as parent and teacher volunteers spent their Saturday, October 28, 2017, picking up litter along a two-mile stretch of Route 30. The group collected over 22 bags of trash during the recent cleanup. The NHS adopted a portion of the roadway over thirteen years ago and has been cleaning it diligently ever since.
The Adopt-a-Highway program was created by the Virginia Department of Transportation in an effort to keep our roads clean and to provide volunteers with a rewarding opportunity to show pride in their community. Families, businesses, civic and church groups are encouraged to participate. To find out which roads are in need of adoption visit VDOT's website at www.VDOT.Virginia.gov.