Orange County announced today that hurricane debris removal will be complete on December 16, 2022. All areas with storm debris at the curb will be serviced by this date. There will be a multiple-step verification process to ensure that every public road has been cleared of roadside hurricane debris.
Debris removal efforts will continue in areas that Orange County has assessed and identified as highly impacted by Hurricane Ian and Tropical Storm Nicole. To date, contractors have collected approximately 270,000 cubic yards of debris, accounting for some 90 percent of the debris generated by both storms.
After December 16th, yard waste must be prepared for collection in accordance with Orange County Solid Waste guidelines.
Residents may continue to check the status of the County-wide debris removal process by visiting the interactive Debris Removal Status map.
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