IBTF: UOG Sea Grant Program & Naval Hospital’s Project Good Neighbor Adopt a Roadway


Agana Heights, Guam – The Island Beautification Task Force the IBTF has announced that 2 more organizations have adopted stretch of Guam roadway, pledging to keep them clean.

The IBTF’s Roadway Adoption Program, under the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, seeks out members of the community, whether it be a business, an organization, or an individual, to adopt a stretch of road for a 2-year period or more.

This past Saturday, March 15th,  Naval Hospital’s Project Good Neighbor adopted a stretch of Route #7 in the area of Snake Road.

And members of the UOG Sea Grant program adopted a portion of Vietnam Veteran’s Highway, Route #10 beginning in front of Celebrity Bakery and ending at the Route #4 intersection. 


For more information on how you can get involved with IBTF programs and projects like these, feel free to call us at 475-9380, email us at lt.ibtf@guam.gov, and/or visit our facebook at facebook.com/guamibtf, and/or our website at www.guamibtf.com

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