The Town is conducting a town-wide pickup of storm-related brush and debris caused by Tropical Storm Isaias. Storm cleanup will begin on Monday, August 17, 2020. The town will be divided into four quadrants and the program will start in the Whitney Avenue /Daniels Farm Road area.
FEMA requires only storm related materials can be included in this pickup.
Storm-related brush and debris should be cut into lengths of no more than 4 feet long and placed at curbside for pickup. There is no need to call to make an appointment for debris pickup.
NOTE: Once the Public Works Department has cleaned up a street, they do NOT circle back to pickup storm debris on that street again. There will be only one pass through the Town for storm clean-up.
Piles MUST be accessible for machine pickup, and cannot be placed behind poles, stonewalls, or other obstacles that impede the use of payloaders or backhoes.
As a reminder the Public Works Department does not remove private trees from your yard or driveway. If you have a fallen tree you must cut it up into four foot sections and place it by your curb for pickup.
Storm Cleanup Quadrants
Once the Public Works Department has cleaned up a street, they do NOT circle back to pickup storm debris on that street again.
The Town is sectioned into four quadrants: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, with Route 25 running down the middle. Following will be the progression:
Northeast Quadrant: East of Route 25, will begin in the north, will move south, and will pick up on streets up to and including Strobel Road, then
Southeast Quadrant: East of Route 25, will pick up from Strobel Road., south to the Town border, then
Southwest Quadrant: West of Route 25, then
Northwest Quadrant: West of Route 25 until finished.