Hurricane Matthew Update: Tuesday Storm Debris Collection Areas Announced

By  //  October 18, 2016

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42 trucks throughout the county

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There are 42 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection today, Tuesday, Oct. 18.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There are 42 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection today, Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
North County
Canaveral Groves is almost complete; those trucks will work their way east, west of Indian River Boulevard, Cocoa.
Merritt Island (between Pineda and 528).
Port St. John is nearing completion.
Mims, trucks started at Parrish and have been moving north.
Windowver Farms, south of Titusville on Wednesday.

South County
Turtle Mound area of Melbourne
Pineapple Avenue area of Melbourne
Valkaria and Micco
Satellite Beach heading south

Crews have finished the first pass:
Great Outdoors
South Tropical Trail south of Pineda Causeway
Indian River Boulevard

The public is asked to be patient. Storm debris collection updates will be posted daily.

Landfills are open for contractors from 7 a.m. to 7 .m. Contracting firms collecting storm debris are Ashbritt (Pineda Causeway north) and Crowder-Gulf (Pineda Causeway South and beaches.)

The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
Melbourne Village
Melbourne
Malabar
Satellite Beach
Indialantic
Cocoa
West Melbourne
Grant-Valkaria
Indian Harbour Beach
Melbourne Beach


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