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PALM COAST, FL - September 16, 2017 - Debris pickup in the unincorporated areas of Flagler County will begin Thursday, September 21.
“We expect it will take less than 30 days to complete the pickup,” said County Engineer Faith Alkhatib, whose team is overseeing the operation. “The debris removal will be done in zones based on location, and will begin with vegetative debris.”
Zone 1 – East of Interstate 95, north of State Road 100
Zone 2 – East of Interstate 95, south of State Road 100
Zone 3 – West of U.S. 1
There will be a second pass made to the flooded areas of unincorporated Flagler County to collect construction debris, to include: drywall, lumber, carpet furniture and plumbing. White goods, such as refrigerators, stoves, water heaters, dishwashers, washer/dryers and air conditioners will also be collected at this time.
Only debris generated during Hurricane Irma will be collected.
Debris should be separated by category. Do not mix vegetative debris with other items or it will NOT be collected. Do NOT bag debris. Regular household garbage should also be separated.
The debris should be placed in the public right-of-way on public roadways where it will be collected.
Household hazardous waste and electronics will not be picked up curbside and should be brought to the drop-off center located at 1700 South Old Kings Road. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Check for current information on Flagler County’s website www.flaglercounty.org, or tune into the county’s partner radio station WNZF, 1550 am, 106.3 FM, KIX FM 98.7, which regularly provides updates during its programming. Follow “Flagler County Government” or “Flagler County Emergency Management on Facebook or Twitter. The county’s social media team will provide updates through these official accounts: