Hurricane Matthew Update: Storm Debris Collection Areas Announced For This Weekend

By  //  November 5, 2016

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All three of the County's disposal sites open

Waste Management will be resuming collection of small yard waste debris piles of one-half cubic yard or less. All three of the County's disposal sites (Mockingbird Mulch Facility, Central Disposal Facility and Sarno Road Landfill) will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6.

Waste Management will be resuming collection of small yard waste debris piles of one-half cubic yard or less. All three of the County’s disposal sites (Mockingbird Mulch Facility, Central Disposal Facility and Sarno Road Landfill) will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There were 29 trucks (19 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating north of Pineda Causeway and 46 trucks (3 tandem) south of Pineda Causeway on Friday.

Waste Management will be resuming collection of small yard waste debris piles of one-half cubic yard or less. All three of the County’s disposal sites (Mockingbird Mulch Facility, Central Disposal Facility and Sarno Road Landfill) will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6.

Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11: No pick up.
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24: No pick up.

Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
• Cocoa — Clearlake area
• Port St. John
• Mims and East Mims
• North Merritt Island — Sunset Lakes and North Tropical Trail
• Merritt Island — South Tropical Trail between Pineda and SR520
• Merritt Island — Courtenay Parkway south of SR520
• Merritt Island — Newfound Harbor Drive area
• Merritt Island — Island Oaks, Barony Estates and Surfside Estates north of SR520
• Titusville — Windover Farms
• Suntree
• East Viera
• Unincorporated Titusville
• Unincorporated Rockledge off Fiske Boulevard
• Snug Harbor

New areas anticipated with the next 48 hours:
• Wickham Park area
• Unincorporated South Rockledge area

South County
• Melbourne — Harlock and Aurora area
• Melbourne — north of University Boulevard, west of US1
• Melbourne — neighborhoods off Sarno Road
• Melbourne — US192 and Dairy area
• West Melbourne — east of Monton/South of US192 moving east
• West Melbourne/June Park
• West Melbourne — Woodland Manor
• South Patrick Shores
• Satellite Beach
• Indian Harbour Beach
• Melbourne Beach
• Indialantic
• Barefoot Bay
• South Beaches
• S. Tropical Trail south of Pineda (started at Mathers Bridge moving north)
• Brandywine Estates
• Unincorporated Satellite Beach
• Grant-Valkaria

The County crews will make two passes throughout the county and cities that have entered into Interlocal Agreement for yard waste collection and one pass for construction debris. The county will notify the public when the first pass has been completed.

The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
• Melbourne Village (possibly finished in three days)
• Melbourne
• Malabar
• Satellite Beach
• Indialantic
• Cocoa
• West Melbourne
• Grant-Valkaria
• Indian Harbour Beach
• Melbourne Beach (Flamingo Lane — debris removed to accommodate road work)

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.)

Department of Transportation will be conducting road clearing and damage assessment at the following locations:
Interstate 95
SR528 Causeway
SR192 Causeway
SR520 Causeway
SR518 Causeway
SR404 Causeway
SR528 Causeway
SR528 (Beachline)
SRA1A
US1 south of 518
US192
US1
US50
SR520
SR518
SR46
SR514
SR3
SR513
SR401
SR405
SR406
SR407
SR524
SR519
SR507
SR508


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