Palm Coast - The City of Palm Coast and its debris haulers have completed pickup of Hurricane Irma debris, and garbage and yard trash collection is now returning to normal operations. The City of Palm Coast collected over 48,000 cubic yards of storm debris.
The City is now returning to normal waste collection with quantity and size limitations enforced. Yard Waste is picked up each Wednesday throughout the City. Yard waste does not need to be bound, tied or containerized in any manner. However, there is a limit to the amount of yard waste that can be placed at the curb each week. Yard waste piles must be no larger than 4 cubic yards (3 feet high by 3 feet wide by 12 feet long), and they must not contain any material that is longer than 5 feet in length or 6 inches in diameter.
If a resident has a yard waste pile larger than that, it will need to be picked by a separate Waste Pro truck. There are additional costs associated with pickups of this nature, and these costs will be paid directly to Waste Pro by the resident. In that case, Waste Pro will tag the extra-large pile to let the resident know how to finalize pickup arrangements.
For complete information on the City's garbage collection, visit www.palmcoastgov.com/trash/schedule. Any questions about City of Palm Coast services, including garbage and debris collection, should be directed to Customer Service at 386-986-2360.