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Roadside Cleanup

The Hopkins County Jail Road Crews are comprised of a Deputy Jailer and five community custody level state inmates. These crews are equipped with all the tools and materials needed to accomplish several cleanup projects in the community. This includes litter pickup along roadways and cleaning of open dump sites. During the summer months they are responsible for the mowing and landscaping of various local and state government properties, averaging sixty times per month.


The efforts of these crews are reflected in the totals below, beginning in 2006 through 2017.

Miles of right of ways cleaned = 23,483
Tires cleared from roadside = 21,628
Trailers of non bagged trash = 1,275
Bags of aluminum cans = 2,134
Open dumps cleaned = 87
Bags of trash = 55,207
Culverts cleared = 565
Inmate Man-Hours = 230,090