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This program is for anyone who would like to do their part on thier own schedule to elimnate the plastic water bottles, styrofoam cups, cigarette butts, or nip bottles littering our town's roadsides. 


Keep Mansfield Beautiful welcomes your efforts and will support you with a Litter Cleanup Kit that includes a trash grabber tool, gloves, a reusable bag, and a volunteer tee-shirt!



You can make a difference!  
Contact us to Adopt-a-Street
and be part of the solution.

Safety Tips

  • Here are a few things to keep in mind to stay safe while cleaning up litter:
    • Wear brightly-colored clothes so that you are easily visible to passing motorists.
    • Wear rubber gloves or thick canvas or leather gloves. 
    • Don't pick up any hazardous-looking materials 

    • If you find a needle, syringe, or other drug paraphernalia, do not touch! Call 911 to notify the Mansfield police

    • Clean in the direction of oncoming traffic so you can see approaching vehicles

    • Stay off the main road and do not cross over back and forth unnecessarily

    • Do not attempt to move items that are particularly large or heavy. Email us at and we will contact the Mansfield DPW to remove the item.

    • When you're done, you can bring the trash home and put it in your trash barrel. However, if you are unable to transport it or prefer not to, simply tie up your bags and leave them on the side of the road. Then email us at with the location and we will notify the Mansfield DPW to collect the trash.

Pick a Street or Park to Keep Litter-Free!

Spring Street, County Street, and School Street are each available for adoption!

Thank You for Adopting a Street in Mansfield!

  • Lisa O'Sullivan: Sean Drive

  • Linda Kelly: Harvestwood Lane

  • The Donnelly Family: Mansfield's Back Bay neighborhood

  • Alexandra Beckenstein: Elyse Road

  • The Dalton Family: Ware Street from East St to Canoe River Drive

  • The Balzarini Family:  Plain Street 

  • Girl Scout Troop 78242: The World War II Veterans Memorial Trail (aka the Bike Path)

  • The Plumer Family: Patty’s Road, Elyse Road, and Donald Allen Drive 

  • The Chaffee Family: Maple Street from Franklin to Oakland Street

  • Allan Bryer: Copeland Drive and Central Street

  • Jim & Jossie Owens: Winter Street

  • The Fehervari Family: Route 106, from Lawndale to Stearns Avenue

  • The Desjardin Family: Longwood Circle and Emerson Circle

  • The Roth Family: Otis Street

  • The Logan Family: Stearns Avenue from Route 106 to Old Stable Drive

  • The Reynolds and Cragan Families (Kelli, Kevin, Zac, and Samantha):  Cobbler Road

  • The Biedermann Family: Route 106 (Wexford Street to Easton town line)

  • The Fowkes Family: West Street between Morgan Road and Lancashire Drive

  • Juli Mahoney: West Street (Pine Street to Plain  Street)

  • Shirley McPhee: Spring Street & Cobb Street

  • Faith Fellowship United Methodist Church: Webb Place and Bike Path

  • The Noonan Family: Horace Street to  South Common (via Union  Street and South Main)

  • The Leblanc Family: Essex Street from Mill Street to Goward Street

  • Pat Colbert:  Stearns Ave from Old Stable Drive to Mill Street

  • Neil Rhein:  Route 106 (Autumn Lane to Flint Farm) 

  • Jim and Audrey Crockett: Maple Street (from Franklin St. to Easton Line) 

  • The Fitzgerald Family: Fram Drive

  • The White Family: Franklin Street (Winter  Street to Maple)

  • Christine Horn: Cushing Lane and Lawndale Road

  • April Ansaldi: Baybrook Farm Road

  • H. Green: Baybrook Farm Culvert

  • Kim and Paige Oliveira: Hope Street (Route 106  to Park  Ave.)

  • The Breef-Pilz Family:  Church & West Church Streets

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