Port Orange Debris Drop Off Center Now Open....Click For Details
Volusia.org has reported As 6:48 p.m. Sept. 13, 2017:
There will be a citizen drop off debris site for City of Port Orange residents open from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14; the site will remain open daily for at least two weeks. The entrance is off of Oak Street, east of the railroad tracks and west of Ridgewood Avenue. Electronic signs will direct drivers.
Important information regarding debris:
- Only vegetation debris will be allowed (tree branches, leaves, logs, plants).
- Residents must unload their own debris.
- A driver's license or utility bill will be required to show proof of residency
- Resident must be present (in the vehicle).
- Personal vehicles and trailers are allowed.
- No commercial vehicles or commercial trailers will be allowed to use the citizen drop off.
Additionally, there will be a separate area for the recycling of sandbags, as the city plans to reuse the sand. Traffic controls are in place to route citizens safely through the yard.
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