Our last Adopt-a-Highway cleanup of the year will be on October 16. We need a few club members to volunteer some time to help clean up a section of I-5, located approximately 11 miles north of Seattle. This is a great community volunteer opportunity and a chance to hang out with Corvette people for a few hours.
We will need 10 volunteers which will include 2 drivers and 8 trash pickers. The drivers will need to bring their own vehicles that they are willing to use to haul volunteers and bagged trash. The vehicles must be large enough to haul 4 volunteers and must have a hitch for our safety sign. Big four door trucks and vans work great. No corvettes this time. The drivers stay in their vehicles, while the trash pickers do their job.
We will meet at 9:00am at the Metro Transit Bus Base Visitors Parking Lot, near the 175th St. NE Exit from I-5. We provide the hard hats, safety vests, trash picker tools and bags. You will need sturdy shoes, gloves, protective clothing, and a great attitude. We will spend a couple hours cleaning up about a 1 mile long section of the southbound shoulder of I-5, then we may meet up for lunch afterwards. Corvettes can come to lunch!
If you are interested, please register here: Adopt-a-Highway Registration
All volunteers must also complete the WSDOT Participation Registration Form: https://wsdot.wa.gov/publications/fulltext/forms/520-031.PDF If you know you have completed this form in the past, don’t worry about it. If you are new to the program, please complete this form and send to me. You can scan it or take a photo with your phone and text it to me.
All volunteers must also review the Pre-Activity Safety Plan: https://wsdot.wa.gov/business-wsdot/highway-signs/adopt-highway/adopt-highway-volunteers#safetytips and watch this video: https://youtu.be/eBxIh67-l74
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact me at email@example.com or 206-919-2940.
And remember, you get to keep any good stuff that you find. So far, the record is a $400 dollar cell phone!
Dave Cayton – CMCS Adopt-a-Highway Coordinator