Post-Hurricane Matthew City of Port Orange Storm Debris Removal
PORT ORANGE, FL - The City of Port Orange and AshBritt, Inc. is preparing for the second and final pass for collection of storm-related debris resulting from Hurricane Matthew on city-maintained roads. The second and final pass by will begin Monday, November 28, 2016.
Residents should have all storm-related debris on the public right-of-way by November 28 to be collected. The right-of-way is the area between the street and sidewalk, utility pole, ditch or water meter. Debris should not cover storm drains or be placed near fire hydrants, power lines and mailboxes. Vegetative debris must be separate from bagged vegetation, construction debris and demolition debris. Bagged and contained small yard waste will continue to be collected on Wednesdays, the regular yard waste day by Waste Pro.
If residents have questions or concerns regarding storm-related debris, they may call Public Works at 386-506-5575.
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