The Adopt-a-Road program gives people of all ages, families and organizations the opportunity to help keep the City of Reynoldsburg beautiful and free of litter. This program will allow citizens to get involved with the community while helping maintain the streets, storm water drains and the overall look of the City.
About the Program
This agreement is to adopt the road for one year.
Your group agrees to clean your adopted road a minimum of five times per year.
Your group can choose from a list of approved roads but the City of Reynoldsburg will work with you if there is a specific street you want to adopt that is not listed.
The City of Reynoldsburg will install a sign to indicate that your group has adopted the road after an agreement has been signed.
The City of Reynoldsburg will provide your group with supplies and safety guidelines
Reynoldsburg is known as "The Birthplace of the Tomato". The tomato was 'born' in Reynoldsburg in the 19th century with the help of local favorite son Alexander W. Livingston. Livingston developed the 'Paragon Tomato', billed as the first ever tomato bred for commercial use. His legacy lives on in the Livingston House and Museum on Graham Road, which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Homes.