Debris pick up for residents on state roads in Hendry County

Posted 10/5/22

Contactors working for the Florida Department of Transportation will begin picking up storm debris...

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Debris pick up for residents on state roads in Hendry County

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LABELLE — Contactors working for the Florida Department of Transportation will begin picking up storm debris at homes abutting state roads in Hendry County beginning Thursday, October 6.

Residents who live on a state road in Hendry County are asked to separate debris into piles as shown below for more efficient pick up:

• Stack it separately from garbage or building debris.

• Place it in piles that can easily be managed by collection personnel with a claw truck.

• Do not place any waste below or over obstacles such as trees or powerlines or near hydrants or mailboxes.

• Do not place debris over downed power lines or fire hydrants.

Horticulture debris will be picked up first, construction and demolition debris will be picked up at a later time.

The Transfer Stations in Hendry County will be open for disposal of household trash and food waste ONLY now through Friday, October 8 from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Construction debris, horticulture and other miscellaneous debris may be picked up at different times.

For Household Hazardous Waste disposal, please call Special Districts at 863-675-5252.

Additional information on pick up will be provided as it becomes available.

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