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ALERT: Colorado is on a statewide Stay-at-Home order (effective March 26-April 11) asking residents to stay home unless they are performing critical activities. All City of Commerce City facilities and rec centers remain closed to the public through April 17. Visit c3gov.com/covid-19 for updates.

Men erecting an adopt-a-street signCommerce City’s Adopt-a-Street Program allows local families, businesses, and community groups to perform a valuable community service by adopting a section of Commerce City street to keep clear of litter and debris.

Any local group that demonstrates sufficient numbers and is willing to take on the responsibility of adopting a street for at least one year is eligible for the program. Groups who successfully participate have the opportunity to be recognized by city council and have an Adopt-a-Street sign identifying the group posted along the adopted roadway. After a successful one-year term, the group may be allowed to continue its adoption of the street on a year-by-year basis.

Staff from the Public Works Streets Division has developed a list of adoptable streets that meet safety and location criteria. Not all street segments within the city are available for adoption. See the program guide for a full list of street segments currently involved in the program.

How to participate:

Thank you to all the Adopt-a-Street volunteers who are doing their part to help keep Commerce City clean and beautiful!

Memorial Signage Policy

Commerce City will erect signs memorializing victims of fatal traffic crashes upon request if certain conditions are met. Signs will remain in place for up to six years following the fatal crash, which must have occurred within the city limits on a roadway that is under the city's jurisdiction.

Memorial Signage Policy and Application