Hurricane Matthew Update: Thursday Storm Debris Collection Areas Strategy
By Space Coast Daily // October 20, 2016
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There are 15 trucks, nine with additional trailers, working north of Pineda Causeway and 24 trucks south of Pineda Causeway working on vegetative debris collection on Thursday.
Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
West of Indian River Boulevard, Cocoa
Merritt Island (between Pineda and 528).
Port St. John
Mims, trucks started at Parrish and have been moving north and west of I-95 along SR46.
Turtle Mound and Carolwood area of Melbourne
Pineapple Avenue area of Melbourne moving west
Valkaria and Micco
Satellite Beach heading south
Starting Melbourne Beach today
South Beaches Water treatment Plant Disposal site was opened today for huricane debris contractors’ use only
Crews have finished the first pass:
South Tropical Trail south of Pineda Causeway
Indian River Boulevard
West Canaveral Groves
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)
Indian Harbour Beach
Melbourne Beach (Flamingo Lane — debris removed to accommodate road work)
Department of Transprotation will be conducting road clearing and damage assessment ay the following locations:
US1 south of 518
Keep piles of vegetative debris and construction debris separate. Also, do not put yard debris on the roadway, in the swale or other drainage easement.