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Logan County Solid Waste Management District, Bellefontaine Ohio

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2016 Logan County Solid Waste Plan Update


Litter Pick Up

Adopt-A-Road Participating Groups

*(S) denotes groups work on State Highways through ODOT.

  • Adams Ski Shop
  • Boggs Lodge #292 (S)
  • Doug & Alice Baughman
  • Josiah Baughman & Kyle Daniel
  • Bellefontaine Fire Fighters
  • Benjamin Logan High School FCCLA
  • Benjamin Logan High School FTA
  • Benjamin Logan High School Key Club
  • Calvary Christian School
  • Camp Co Tu Bic
  • First Lutheran Church (S)
  • Friends & Neighbors of Barb & Doc Jones
  • Goshen Friends Church (S)
  • Great Expectations (S)
  • Helping Hands 4-H
  • Honda Transmission (S)
  • Huntsville/Indian Lake Lions Club (S)
  • Huntsville Self Storage (S)
  • Indian Lake Church of Nazarene (S)
  • Indian Lake High School Key Club (S)
  • Indian Lake Masonic Lodge (S)
  • Indian Lake Moose #1533 (S)
  • Jandys Dried Flowers
  • Kenslers Families
  • Kiwanis Club of Bellefontaine
  • Kirkmont Center
  • Logan County Family Court
  • Logan County Sheriff’s Office
  • Logansville Community Church
  • Long Island Neighbors (S)
  • Mane’ & Mutts 4-H (S)
  • Mary Foust
  • Midwest Express Inc. (S)
  • NIC-NAN Holsteins (S)
  • Ohio Caverns (S)
  • Ohio Horseman Council (S)
  • Roadway Services (S)
  • Rushsylvania Lions (S)
  • Kevin & Bret Stahler
  • Transportation Research Corp. T.R.C. (S)
  • Tree Links Golf Courts (S)



Adopt-A-Road Program


Keeping our environment clean and allowing the natural beauty of the land and waters to uplift and sustain us takes work.  Our highways, roads, and streams, if left untended, would eventually look like pathways surrounded by trash.  Sometimes people carelessly or thoughtlessly litter from their vehicles and sometimes papers and other debris can be blown out of a vehicle. 

Each spring and fall many county residents take a few hours to clean up the accumulation of litter along a two mile section of roadway.  In July each year another group gathers to clean debris from the Great Miami River.  Families, school groups, friends, and business associates join their efforts to keep a section of roadway clean by adopting a highway.

We welcome the commitment of those who adopt a section of highway.  The process is easy and those that adopt-a-highway commit to cleaning that section of road twice a year for two years.  The application is below.

How to Apply

Download the Adopt-A-Road Application / Adopt-a-Road Agreement (.pdf) and mail to the address on the form.


Together We Can Make a Difference

Together We Can Make a Difference!


Logan County Solid Waste Management District