Palm Coast - The City of Palm Coast has completed the second round of hurricane debris removal and is now in its final push to complete all cleanup in residential neighborhoods before Thanksgiving. The City's cleanup in commercial corridors is done.
In residential areas only, residents should put all remaining hurricane debris curbside by this weekend, with vegetative debris in one pile and construction/demolition debris such as fence panels in a second pile.
The goal is for the City's special hurricane debris contractor, CrowderGulf, to complete collection of debris in large piles (greater than 4 cubic yards) by Tuesday, Nov. 22. This is for residential areas only; no additional collections will be made at commercial properties.
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 23, debris in the amount of 4 cubic yards or less (bagged, canned or loose debris) will be collected by Waste Pro as part of Palm Coast's regular weekly yard trash collection service.
Residents who have a debris pile larger than 4 cubic yards that has not been picked up as of this weekend, please call Palm Coast Customer Service at 386-986-2360 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, to arrange for pickup prior to Thanksgiving by CrowderGulf.
For more information, contact Palm Coast Customer Service at 386-986-2360.