Keeping our cities clean is best accomplished when everyone in the community takes action. With Omnitrans’ Adopt-A-Stop program, you have the ability to help make a positive impact in your neighborhood.

With over 2,500 bus stops in our service area, keeping up with maintenance and trash collection is a demanding task. But when civic-minded individuals join us to maintain litter-free bus stops, the San Bernardino Valley becomes a better place to live and work for all of us.

Become Engaged in Your Community

Omnitrans invites local businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups, families, and individuals to adopt bus stops within our service area. Partners of the Adopt-a-Stop program will receive recognition on 14” x 22” signs at their selected bus stop. Additionally, Omnitrans will recognize adopters with dedicated social media posts with a combined reach of over 8,600 followers.

Ways to Get Involved

There are two exciting ways to become an Adopt-a-Stop partner – Volunteer Litter Pickup or Paid Sponsorship.

Volunteer Litter Pickup

The Volunteer Litter Pickup program requires a one-year commitment to monitor your chosen bus stop once per week, pick up litter, and dispose of it in the nearest available appropriate trash receptacle.

The Volunteer Litter Pickup program requires a one-year commitment to monitor your chosen bus stop once per week, pick up litter, and dispose of it in the nearest available appropriate trash receptacle.

Only one sign-up form needs to be submitted for a group, and Omnitrans’ Adopt-A-Stop coordinator will interact with one representative on behalf of the group. Omnitrans will install the recognition sign after the first two months that the group fulfills its commitment.

Paid Sponsorship

For businesses or organizations who want to make a financial contribution rather than picking up litter, there are several ways to make a difference.

  1. Purchase passenger amenities to place at bus stop (prices are approximate; amenities have to be purchased directly from the manufacturer). Sponsors will be recognized with a sign at their bus stop for five years.
    • Larger trash can – $1,300
    • Larger trash can & bench – $2,300
    • Standard shelter – $13,000
    • Premium shelter – $39,000 (Custom artwork option on shelter panel available to sponsors.)
  2. Sponsor contracted cleanup services at bus stops for one year (Cost TBD.)
  3. Sponsor supplies for volunteers (through payment to Omnitrans). Sponsors will be recognized on Omnitrans website and social media.
  4. Sponsor cleanup days for volunteers (through payment to Omnitrans or through direct purchase of food, t-shirts/safety vests, or supplies for volunteers). Sponsors will be recognized on event promotional materials.

Get Started

Ready to get involved in the community and promote your business through Adopt-a-Stop? Follow the links below to get started!

Official Trash Busters

Omnitrans would like to thank and recognize the following Trash Busters for civically engaging and becoming adopters. These organizations have participated in the Adopt-a-Stop program and made great strides toward the beautification of their neighborhood:

Organization Stop LocationCityStart DateVolunteer Litter Pick-UpPaid Sponsorship

Loma Linda University Institute for Health Policy and LeadershipAnderson at ProspectLoma LindaMarch 2019
Mission Valley ApartmnetsHolt at MountainOntarioApril 2019
Mountain View Community ChurchSierra at MerrillFontanaApril 2019
Amot ApparelBaseline at WatermanSan BernardinoApril 019
Rialto Host Lions ClubRiverside at BaselineRialtoMay 2019
Golden State MunicipalE at Court (sbX Station)San BernardinoMay 2019
Stater Bros MarketHarry Shepard at TippecanoeSan BernardinoMay 2019
Freedom Mixed Martial ArtsE at Court (Route 2)San BernardinoJune 2019
Ortiz Ice CreamBaseline at MassachussettsSan BernardinoJune 2019
Familia Medina MurilloHighland at PalmHighlandJuly 2019
We are the Change San Bernardino VolunteersE at CourtSan BernardinoAugust 2019
San Bernardino County Transportation AuthorityMount Vernon at Valley CollegeSan BernardinoAugust 2019
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