Hurricane Matthew Update: Saturday Storm Debris Collection Areas Announced

By  //  October 29, 2016

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There are 16 trucks (10 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating north of Pineda Causeway and 28 trucks south of Pineda Causeway on Sunday, Oct. 23.

There are 22 trucks (14 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating in the north area and 31 operating in the south area of the County for Saturday, October 29.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There are 22 trucks (14 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating in the north area and 31 operating in the south area of the County for Saturday, October 29.

Waste Management is resuming collection of small yard waste debris piles of one half cubic yard or less, as well as all containerized yard waste.

Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
North County
• East Cocoa –west of Indian River Blvd, and Cocoa Village area
• West Cocoa – Maplewood Lakes heading east
• Port St. John
• Mims
• Scottsmoor
• Merritt Island – Savannahs
• Merritt Island – South Tropical Trail heading north from Pineda
• Sharpes
• Suntree Estates
• Windover Farms in Titusville
• Unincorporated Cape Canaveral
• West Viera
New areas anticipated within the next 48 hours:
• Unincorporated Cocoa

South County
• Melbourne – North of University Blvd. – West of U.S. 1
• Melbourne – between Babcock and US1 area
• Leewood Forest area south of Aurora in Melbourne
• Sheridan area of Melbourne
• Satellite Beach
• Indian Harbour Beach
• Melbourne Beach
• Indialantic – moving north from 192
• Riverside Dr. – south of Eau Gallie staring today
• Micco (Little Hollywood)

New areas anticipated within the next 48 hours:
• Minton Rd area
• Pineda Crossings/Deer Lakes areas of Melbourne
All Brevard County Solid Waste Management transfer stations and Household Hazardous waste collection site will be closed on Sunday.   Central Disposal Facility, Sarno Road Landfill and the Mockingbird Way Mulch Facility will be open.

Crews have finished the first pass:
• Great Outdoors
• Canaveral Groves
• Cocoa areas between SR 528, SR 524, and I95 Summer Lake
• Windover Farms, Melbourne
• Melbourne Village
• Pineapple Ave area of Melbourne
• Ballard Park Area of Melbourne
• Bry-lynn Dr. in West Melbourne
• Kirkwood in Titusville
• Summer Lake Subdivision
• Malabar
After the first pass of vegetative debris there will be one pass through the county for construction and demolition debris. There will be a second pass through the county for vegetative debris after the first pass of vegetative and construction debris has been completed.

Debris collection sites for hurricane debris contractors use only:
• Central Disposal Facility
• Mims (temporary site)
• North Merritt Island (temporary site)
• Sarno Landfill
• Valkaria Airport (temporary site)
• South Beaches Waste Water Facility (temporary site)
Amendment to Boundary Lines effective 10/24/16
The original lines of responsibilities for the debris removal contractors were from Pineda Causeway north, and Pineda Causeway South.  The North territory as been amended to include the area south of Pineda Causeway between Wickham Road and US 1 south to Aurora Road, and the area south of Pineda Causeway east of US 1, south to Parkway Drive.

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The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
• Town of Melbourne Village
• City of Melbourne
• Town of Malabar
• Satellite Beach
• Indialantic
• City of Cocoa
• West Melbourne
• Grant-Valkaria
Department of Transportation will be conducting road clearing and damage assessment at the following locations:
• Interstate I-95                         12.  US 50                   21.  SR 406
• SR 528 Causeway                   13.  SR 520                 22.  SR 407
• SR 192 Causeway                   14.  SR 518                 23.  SR 524
• SR 520 Causeway                   15.  SR 46                   24  SR 519
• SR 518 Causeway                   16.  SR 514                 25.  SR 507
• SR 404 Causeway                   17.  SR 3                     26.  SR 508
• SR 528 (Beach line)                18.  SR 513
• SR A1A                                  19.  SR 401
• US 1 SOUTH OF 518            20.  SR 405
• US 192
• US 1

Officials remind residents to keep your piles of vegetative debris and construction debris separate. Any mixed debris piles will be picked up in the construction debris pass since this material will have to go to the landfill.  Also, do not put yard debris on the roadway, in the swale or other drainage easements.


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