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Wildflowers Program

The Adopt-A-Highway Wildflowers Program supports the New Jersey Department of Transportation's (NJDOT) ongoing effort to make state highways more pleasing to the eye.

The Wildflowers Program offers the opportunity for volunteer groups to beautify highways by planting wildflowers. This effort not only makes our highways more attractive and keeps the cost of litter removal and grass mowing down, but your visible example will make a strong statement to the community.
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NJDOT will install an Adopt-A-Highway sign on the section of state highway that your group chooses to beautify. A name placard will be placed below the sign identifying the individual or groups maintaining the particular section of highway.

For more information on adopting sections of highway near your home or workplace, contact one of NJDOT's three Regional Offices:

  • North: 973.601.6625
    Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Union counties and portions of Warren County (including Route 57 and north)

  • Central: 732.625.4330
    Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset counties and portions of Warren County (Routes 22, 122, 173, 78 and including south of Route 57)

  • South: 856.486.6688
    Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties
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  Last Updated:  May 1, 2012