End of Free Yard Waste and Debris Removal
Hurricane Irma impacted our community on September 11, 2017 and the City of Flagler Beach has worked diligently to pick up storm related yard waste and construction debris over the past six plus (6+) weeks.
Crowder Gulf: Disaster Recover & Relief was contracted by the City to pick up storm related yard waste and construction debris and they’ve completed their contractual obligations to our City. Since the middle of this month our City Sanitation Department has removed additional storm related yard waste and construction debris and the time to return to normal sanitation removal has come.
Effective on Monday, October 30th there will no longer be free removal of construction debris or excessive yard waste by our City Sanitation Department. City Manager Larry Newsom stated “We’ve worked really hard to get our City to look like it did pre Irma and I’m very proud of the work done by our Sanitation Department”. Newsom continued by saying “If you put out excessive yard waste now and it’s green, it’s obviously not related to Hurricane Irma”.
The City’s Sanitation Department will continue to be responsible for the removal of household garbage and recyclables, and they will follow their regular pick up schedule.
If there are any questions regarding the removal or excessive yard waste or construction debris related to Hurricane Irma please feel free to contact Flagler Beach City Hall at (386) 517-2000.