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The first pass of debris removal will now begin early this week.
Debris removal started in the south beaches late last week and will be starting in Redington Shores and working north toward Indian Shores beginning today.
There will be a total of three passes for debris removal and they are projecting all work to be completed no later than 6-8 weeks from now.
Please note that household trash and recycling are handled by Waste Connections, debris removal is an entirely separate operation. Recycling is back online so we can return to separating out recycling from trash.
Residents should place their debris in sorted piles at the public right-of-way for curbside collection by debris crews. Debris will be collected and taken to a temporary storage site to ultimately be recycled or disposed of.
Residents are asked to sort debris by item type and place in separate piles. These are the specific items that can be moved to the curbside for collection:
Construction and demolition debris
Residents are asked to take the following steps to make the debris removal process easier:
For more information, contact Pinellas County Public Works at (727) 464-8900, or visit www.pinellascounty.org/publicworks