By Grace Vasquez
Did you have a crazy amount of debris after Hurricane Irma? Just seeing it take up space on our lawns is nerve wracking. Well, here are locations for you to drop off the debris yourself and solve the problem.
– Residents can bring vegetative debris to 10 citizen drop off locations throughout the county, which are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
Barnett Park – 4801 W Colonial Dr.
Conway Water Treatment Plant – 3590 Manatee St.
Cypress Grove Park – 290 Holden Ave.
Fort Christmas Park -1300 Fort Christmas Road
Harrell Road – 8503 Trevarthon Road
Meadow Woods Park – 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle
Northwest Water Reclamation Facility – 701 W McCormick Rd.
Rose Place Park – 8200 Old Winter Garden Road
Across from Renaissance Senior Center – 3800 S. Econlockhatchee Trail
West Beach Park Addition – 9227 Winter Garden Vineland Road
– Curbside debris removal has begun in Orange County, but could take several days due to the large volume. County contractors cannot enter private gated communities to remove debris. Debris should be sorted and should not be placed in a bag or container.
-Click here for a map of debris drop off locations in Orange County.
– Four vegetative storm debris drop-off locations will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week, until further notice:
• 175 Yankee Lake Road, Sanford
• 5340 Bedford Road, Sanford
• 2841 Cameron Avenue, Sanford
• 3540 Dike Road, Winter Park
– Drop off services are free to unincorporated Seminole County residents, proof of residency required.
– Residents may also drop off debris at the Osceola Landfill at 1930 E. Osceola Road in Geneva, or the Central Transfer Station, located at 1950 State Road 419 in Longwood. Applicable fees and size limits will apply.
For other counties click here. ~grace