The City of Palm Coast has nearly completed the second and final pass through residential neighborhoods to collect debris from Hurricane Irma. The second/final pass will be completed by Thanksgiving.

The City is now returning to normal waste collection with quantity and size limitations enforced. That information is available at

Pickup routes of household garbage and weekly pickup  of yard trash (whether bagged/canned or loose) are also back to their normal schedule. If your garbage or yard trash is not picked up on the scheduled day, please leave it at the curb until it is picked up. Also, please call Palm Coast Customer Service at 386-986-2360 to report the delay. The City is working closely with Waste Pro to resolve these issues.

If, after piles of vegetative debris are picked up, smaller debris is left behind, the City asks residents to bag the smaller debris for collection.

Residents who are having damaged trees removed or trimmed by a tree contractor should be sure the contractor is removing the debris as part of the job.

Commercial businesses, apartments, townhomes, and condominiums are responsible for their own debris cleanup and hauling. Storm debris will not be picked up by Waste Pro. Businesses and multi-family residential developments should not place debris at the curb.

The City is tracking everything so that we can be reimbursed by FEMA.

Any questions about City of Palm Coast services, including garbage and debris collection, should be directed to Customer Service at 386-986-2360.