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Get an Adopt a Highway Permit


The Adopt-A-Highway Program is a way to help beautify Saskatchewan by picking up litter and trash along the highway.


Individuals or groups who exhibit the willingness to perform the responsibilities of the program can participate.

Safety is always the primary concern and all permits will be for a valid for one year.

How to Apply

Program participants will be subject to the following requirements and responsibilities:

  • Appoint or select a representative on behalf of the group.
  • Obey and abide the guidelines, safety requirements, minimum age requirements, and other terms and conditions established by the Ministry.
  • Pick up litter a minimum of once a year. The permit holder may choose to pick as often as necessary to maintain a clean right-of-way.
  • Ensure the ministry is notified prior to the start of each cleanup and notified as to the completion of the clean-up.
  • Ensure there is compliance with all requirements of the permit.

A request to participate may be denied, if the section of highway has been granted to others of creates a safety hazard.

Each district is responsible for the administration of the Adopt-A-Highway Program and will ensure you understand the program. There may be cases where the application will be turned down such as:
  • Cleanup work has already begun by others.
  • Area does not meet the definition of an acceptable section.
  • The area would create a safety hazard.
  • Adoption of the section creates a condition that is counter-productive to program.


Apply by completing the Adopt-A-Highway Permit application form and faxing to the district office in your area.

Further Information

District Offices

Area Contact Phone Fax
Athabasca Mike Guitard 306-953-3554 306-953-2747
Carlyle Owen Genert 306-453-3452 306-453-3473
Kindersley Bob Bertolo 306-463-5505 306-463-5506
LaRonge Jason Senga 306-425-4495 306-425-4426
Meadow Lake Conrad Read 306-236-7651 306-236-7660
Moose Jaw Colt Haase 306-694-3710 306-694-3780
North Battleford Dallon Pidwerbesky 306-446-7760 306-446-8725
Prince Albert Mike Guitard 306-953-2734 306-953-2747
Regina Archie Stewart 306-787-4952 306-787-4054
Saskatoon John Moynham 306-933-5251 306-933-5296
Swift Current Brian Theise 306-778-8348 306-778-8512
Tisdale Richard Sayers 306-878-8826 306-878-8828
Weyburn Gord Haines 306-848-2439 306-848-2461
Wynyard Rocky Krienke 306-554-5432 306-554-5434
Yorkton Grant Melnychuk 306-786-1660 306-786-1459

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