The final pass through the City is now complete. Crews are removing all remaining tree debris and tree stumps from the municipal golf course and assigned zones. Crews are working to remove remaining stumps from the golf course and backfilling the stump holes.
All trees leaning more than 30% have been addressed throughout the City and on the municipal golf course. Additionally, "hangers" or broken branches within a tree, have been identified by the City's debris monitoring firm, TetraTech. Contractors have been notified and crews plan to arrive in January to remove them. The The graph below provides the most up-to-date status report of debris removal.
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Click the icon at the right to learn more on the storm debris collection status and recovery progress in your neighborhood zone. This map will be updated on a weekly basis.
The City’s garbage contractor, WastePro, continues on the normal garbage collection schedule. As of Monday, November 13th alley collections have resumed for those customers who have service alleys. If you have an alley, please place your carts out for collection in the alley.
Recycling collections continue on the normal collection schedule. As of Monday, November 13th alley collections have resumed for those customers who have service alleys. Please place only recyclable material in your blue recycling cart and place your cart in your alley for collection.
Regular weekly commingled collections continue on a normal collection schedule. As of Monday, November 27th regular weekly commingled collections resumed City-wide. Oversized debris piles that were not placed out for collection prior to November 12th may be subjected to code violations. Waste Pro crews are operating within the City and are collecting commingled materials at or under the 4 cubic yard limit per property.
The deadline to place Hurricane Irma storm debris curbside has passed.