The Hampton Roads Transit Adopt-A-Stop program encourages community engagement through volunteerism to help us maintain transit stops and keep the neighborhoods of Hampton Roads beautiful.
HRT provides transit service to nearly 2,800 stops throughout Hampton Roads. Due to limited resources, HRT can collect trash at only around 7% of its highest volume stops with passenger amenities. You can help make a difference in your community through the HRT Adopt-A-Stop program.
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Thank you for your interest in making a sustainable contribution to the community.
All HRT transit stops are available for adoption. Every Adopter agrees to participate in HRT’s Adopt-A-Stop program for a minimum period of one year. For more details, please refer to our Terms & Conditions.
How You’ll Help
- Adopters agree to pick up and dispose of litter, along with reporting issues such as graffiti and broken shelter glass, around their designated transit stop(s) for a minimum period of one year (adopters may choose to participate for longer than one year).
How We’ll Help
- HRT will present every Adopter with a Start Up Package to assist in keeping their adopted stop clean and litter-free, which includes: a trash container, safety vest(s), standup sweep/pan combo, and a one-time supply of trash bags and rubber gloves.
|BarberzLife Town Center Barbershop|
We are a barber shop in the heart of Town Center servicing men, women, and children. Services we provide are haircuts, color, braids and dreads.
Since 1962, we have managed all facets of parking and facilities for the city of Virginia Beach. Republic Parking has locations throughout the United States, Canada and Central America. We have partnered with HRT to distribute trolley passes for tourists.
|The Damanti Family|
|Discovery STEM Academy SCA|
Newport News public school students are encouraged to work on an iCARE project that helps their school and community. The Student Council is composed of sixteen 3rd & 4th graders, school leaders who take pride in their community.
|Pilgrim Lodge NO. 1651|
Pilgrim Lodge NO. 1651 Grand United Order of Oddfellows conducts scholarship fundraisers, assists widows and orphans in need of assistance, and helps in various benevolence cases. For us, helping others is a mandate based on the precepts of our founder, Peter Oqden.
|The Allen Family|
Welcome to USANA, where we manufacture the highest-rated nutritional supplements and world-renowned weight management and personal care products.
|Rip Rap Brewing Co.|
A small veteran-owned brewery in Norfolk. We pride ourselves on making excellent and constantly rotating beer styles that are available in the taproom and at select retailers in the local Hampton Roads area. We are located at 116 East 25th Street in Norfolk, Virginia, where we typically have 8-9 beers on tap in our tasting room.
|Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity|
Chesapeake/Virginia Beach (VA) Alumni Chapter. Kappa Alpha Psi celebrated it's 100th anniversary on January 5, 2011. With over 150,000 members and 721 undergraduate and alumni chapters around the world, we sponsor programs providing community service, social welfare and academic scholarship.
|Operation Efficiency Task Force|
Our goal is to enhance the public perception of HRT services and work to serve the community through high quality, safe, efficient and sustainable regional transportation services.
An HRT Employee
An HRT Employee
|Brian Chenault, Planner & Dianne Ricks, Bus Stop Coordinator|
Busy and important stop for many passengers. Trash often accumulates on the adjacent graveyard.
|An HRT Employee|
|The Crider Family|
|The Mendoza Family|
|The Phi Xi Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated|
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated is a community conscious, action-oriented organization. Our chapter is involved on our campus and in the communities. We look to make sure our city and school stays clean and everyone stays happy.
|HRT Team "The Crew"|
Restoration And Faith Ministry.
A former employee as a Trash Collector of the City of Norfolk, I value keeping the community clean. Early every morning I go out and support a litter-free environment.
|Ding Dong Kindergarten|
Providing day child care and education services since 1960, Ding Dong Kindergarten adopted the spot of the school's location at Madison Avenue and 42nd Street, Newport News.
|Jared and Marabella White Organization|
Keeping Oceanview clean is important to Jared, an Active-Duty Navy Chief Petty Officer, and Marabella, a Reserve Navy Chief Petty Officer and local Real Estate Agent. They want others in the community to enjoy the area just as much as they do.
|SL Import Motors|
SL Import Motors takes pride in providing quality pre-owned vehicles at affordable prices to our local community. We are honored to work and serve the Newport News community and its surrounding areas.
Impact Church has been serving the people of Hampton Roads for nearly ten years. We have a passion to impact the Hampton Roads region with God's Word and the love of Jesus.
|The Garfield Family|
We are the parents and advocates for our son Tory who is learning to live independently with autism.
|Girl Scout Group 717|
To help people at all times,
|Michael Weeks Insurance|
For 45 years, our office has been a family business dedicated to handling all your insurance needs thoroughly and efficiently. Our objective is to see to your needs and keep you properly insured, with superior customer service.
|Alexis at Azalea Gardens|
3303 Azalea Garden Rd., Norfolk, VA 23513
|The Helpers Organization|
Our mission is to provide assistance to our homeless and low-income families in Hampton Roads communities.
3324 Holland Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Didlake strives to positively impact the lives of people with disabilities.
|Frank Spicer Company|
Restaurant equipment for food lovers and those who love to cook.
I am an individual who lives in Virginia Beach.