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The aftermath of hurricane Irma has left a massive amount of debris throughout the City. We are attempting to address this and have activated a debris removal management plan. The magnitude of the cleanup will make this a long process. Please bear with us as we move as quickly as possible to clear roads, make sure access is safe, and remove the debris that you have cleaned from your individual properties. Many of you have already begun the cleanup process of your property and for that we thank you. In order to assist you, here are the guidelines we would like for you to follow.
• Place storm related brush in neat manageable piles behind the curb. Do not place material in front of the curb or in/near the alley.
• Please clean up any additional debris in the road in front of your property so that it will not be washed into the Stormwater system and create blockages.
• Please do not place piles too close to the garbage cans, poles, fire hydrants, or gas lines. Leave room for the trucks to be able to pick them up.
• Do not mix brush with other items.
• For those that have a small amount of debris or want to get rid of it quickly the brush sites will be open for extended hours. They will be open from 7:30 am to 7 pm every day for the next four weeks. For a list of brush sites, click the link below this message.
• We cannot tell you when your debris will be picked up but please be assured we are working as fast as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
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