HIGHWAY 5 CLEANUP
The Adopt-A-Highway Program:
Concerned citizens sign a two-year contract with the Department of Transportation to clean a two-mile stretch of road (both sides) four times per year. Keep Moore County Beautiful works with the N.C. Department of Transportation to coordinate clean-ups and furnish the necessary gloves, vests and trash bags.
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Keep Moore County Beautiful
Serving the Citizens of Moore County 
As A Non-Governmental Non-Profit  Affiliate of Keep America Beautiful 
On Saturday, April 21st, Earth Day Weekend got off to a great start in Moore County with a major volunteer cleanup of local roadways. Keep Moore County Beautiful (KMCB) organized event for the second straight year and enlisted help from many local organizations. A total of 7 miles of road were cleaned including 4 miles of Hwy 5, 2.5 miles of Linden Road and the half mile of Turning Leaf Way which is the access road off Hwy 5 to the landfill. A total of 47 bags of litter was collected.

Groups participating in this year’s event were Community Congregational Church of Southern Pines, Moore Republican Women, Linden Lodge, Cadets from the Air Force ROTC program at Pinecrest, Moore County Republican Men’s Club and KMCB.





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​ Some people need to be informed and reminded that their littering, whether deliberate or unintentional , can end with their personal commitment to stop.
*In order to communicate to our community we are asking that every citizen to assist us.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP KEEP NORTH CAROLINA ROADWAYS BEAUTIFUL;
Email: www.dcdot.gov
Mail in a Swat-A-Litterbug Card
Call DOT Customer Service: 1-877-368-4968
And in doing this, the Swat-A-Litterbug program will notify the vehicle owner of the litter offense and penalties
                                          SWAT- A - LITTERBUG