Many bus shelters throughout the County can be adopted- reach out to us if you need help deciding on a shelter to adopt. Adoptee’s will submit artwork themes, designs or concepts to the steering committee for review and approval and further agree to maintain their Shelter by keeping it free of litter and debris on an ongoing basis with a one year commitment. Shelter cleanup maintenance takes approximately 30 mintes per cleanup, including the time it takes to file a cleanup report. Adoptee will submit an Adopt-A-Shelter $1200 administrative fee to cover application review, (artists stipend, if applicable) and artwork installation.
Adopt A Shelter
Choose your preferred bus shelter; KPWB will recommend a shelter upon request
- Plan and oversee at least two (2) cleanups a year
- Agree to 1 year commitment
- Report data: number of volunteers, hours, and amount of litter collected
When a bus shelter is adopted through the program, KPWB provides all of the materials needed to clean the spot. All supplies can be picked up at our office, 4391 Ridgewood Center Dr, Suite F, Woodbridge, VA 22192. Adopt-a-Shelter Cleanup Supplies Includes: Gloves, Litter Pickers, Trash Bags, Level 3 Safety Vests, Litter Education, and Safety Training