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Posted on: October 7, 2022

Storm debris collection to begin Monday (10/9) in DeLand

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The City of DeLand’s contractor on Monday (10/9) will begin collecting of debris created by Hurricane Ian.

The city has contracted with DRC to collect vegetative and construction and demolition debris. 

Here are simple tips for residents to follow to ensure debris is collected:

    Place debris on the curb at the edge of the property.

    Debris should not be bagged. If debris is already bagged, GFL, the city’s solid waste contractor, will pick it up as a part of normal yard waste collection. However, that could take multiple cycles.

    For residents bagging debris, they are asked to use clear bags moving forward.

    Separate items to be collected by vegetative debris, construction and demolition debris, appliances and electronics, etc.

    Do not stack or lean debris near or on trees, poles, fire hydrants, mailboxes or other structures.

    Do not block the roadway or storm drains.

Debris Pick Up poster

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