Will there be debris pickup?
Crews will begin debris removal beginning Monday, August 17, 2015 at 07:00 a.m. Operations will run Monday through Friday for three weeks. Homeowners must have all debris materials brought to the curb or street side for roadside for pick up. Residents should be aware not to block fire hydrants, mailboxes, electrical boxes or any other structures.

Debris must be separated into the following categories:


Furniture
• Mattresses
• Couches, sofas, chairs
• Dressers
• Lumber (if NOT pressure treated)
• Particle board
• Laminated flooring
• Dry Insulation (if wet, pile with construction debris)
• Carpet & Padding

White Goods
• Appliances
• Metal furniture
• Metal shelving
• Bicycles
• Items that are more than 75% metal

Construction
• Drywall
• Plaster board
• Ceramic tile
• Concrete
• Lumber (pressure treated)
• Wet insulation

Vegetation
• Tree cuttings (must be no more than 5 feet in length and all branches must be bundled)
• Particle board
• Laminated flooring
• Dry Insulation (if wet, pile with construction debris)
• Carpet & Padding


Delayed Pick Up

Hazardous Waste – Delayed pick up
• Any household chemicals
• Oil, gas, flammables
• Lawn & garden chemicals
• Televisions
• Computer monitors computer towers (CPU’s)

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1. Why is my neighborhood flooding?
2. Why isn’t water being pumped out of my neighborhood?
3. Where can Pasco County residents go for assistance?
4. Is there housing assistance available?
5. Can I apply for FEMA assistance?
6. Is my water contaminated?
7. How to make my water safe?
8. Where do I get my water tested?
9. What do I do if I am on a septic system and my plumbing is functioning sluggishly?
10. Why are the roads failing?
11. What is Pasco County doing to address road failure?
12. How can residents help minimize road damage?
13. Where can residents find more information about the current situation?
14. Will Pasco County repair privately maintained roads damaged due to the flooding?
15. Are there changes in trash pickup schedules?
16. Will there be debris pickup?