Department of Public Works

The Los Angeles County Adopt-A-Highway Program provides individuals, families, businesses, organizations, and public agencies with a unique opportunity to gain prominent recognition while beautifying the environment within their own communities. By collecting roadside litter or removing graffiti on walls and bridges, participants will foster community pride and save taxpayer dollars.

Supervisor Antonovich recognizes and congratulates the Hughes-Elizabeth Lake Woman's Club for their participation in the Adopt-A-Highway Program in Antelope Valley. For more information of the Adopt-A-Highway program, please contact Louis Darbeau of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works at (626) 947-7173 or


From left to right - Doug Burgis, Jeanette Lundberg, Dorothy Solberg, Linda Joynt, Trendi Miller, Judy Miller, and Christine Borzaga

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