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Available Tools

(Electric unless otherwise noted)

The entire tool shed can be borrowed for Neighborhood Cleanups ONLY.

Lawn Mowers
Weed Trimmers
Hedge Trimmers
Leaf Blowers
Weed Pullers
Leaf rakes
100-ft Garden Hoses
Hose Spray Nozzles
Electric Cords

Spade Shovels
Square Shovels
Trowel Planters
Two-Pong Garden Hoes
D-Handle Drain Spade Shovels
Hand Tiller/Cultivator
Tree Pruner
Industrial Push Brooms

Hand Shears
Post Hole Digger
Garden Hoes
Trash Pick-Up Poles
5-Gallon Buckets & Lids
32-Gallon Trash Cans & Lids
Trash bags
Safety Cones
Safety Vests
Safety Goggles


Phone Email


Reserve Online




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Participation Requirements & Forms

Borrowers must be 18 years old or over and have a valid ID when reserving and during tool drop-off. The entire Tool Shed may only be rented for a neighborhood cleanup and is available one time per month. Reservations are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Forms listed below the borrower category MUST be completed before tools can be dropped off.

Individual Borrower

Neighborhood Cleanup

Tool Shed Equipment Reservation Form

Post Cleanup Survey
Complete AFTER the cleanup

Tool Shed Equipment Reservation Form

Participant Waiver
If you're helping at a cleanup but did not reserve the tools

Authorization to Enter Property
If the cleanup event is at someone else's property the owner/tenant/manager of the property MUST complete this before the cleanup

Post Cleanup Survey
Complete AFTER the event


Program Guide Minor Home Repair Extension

Program Guide 

This guide will walk you through
the Tool Shed process and
required paperwork. 

Minor Home Repair

Need help with essential repairs?
You may qualify for assistance. 

Yard & Garden Advice

CSU Extension Master Gardeners
can provide advice on gardening,
insects, and much more!  


Videos & Articles

Adams County Introduces the Tool Shed Neighborhood Cleanup Coverage by CBS Colorado

Adams county launches tool shed program

FOX31, April 7, 2021 

With Community Tool Shed, Adams County Neighbors Help Each Other

CBS Colorado, May 10, 2022