Residents in the unincorporated areas of Volusia County should contact the Road and Bridge office of Volusia County Public Works at (386) 822-6422 for debris removal or tree work.
Residents who live along a state road should contact the local maintenance office for the Florida Department of Transportation at (386) 740-3400 for debris removal or tree work.
In the event of a flood or hurricane, residents may also experience damage to their home and its contents. To dispose of flood damaged appliances and furniture; please contact the City’s solid waste hauler at (386) 774-6162 to schedule a bulk item collection.
The disposal of building materials, construction, and demolition debris from flood-damaged homes are the responsibility of the property owner, and should be disposed of at an acceptable landfill site. Residents should contact the Solid Waste Division of Volusia County Public Works at (386) 943-7889, for disposal locations.
During major weather events, the Public Works department encourages residents to stay home if at all possible. If residents must travel, they should make every effort to use major thoroughfares that have been cleared of debris.
Public Works also requests that residents keep parked cars off of main streets to speed up debris removal operations. This measure is also necessary to prevent accidents and to keep primary and secondary streets clear for ambulance, police and fire vehicles.
In addition, the Public Works Department will attempt to have the City’s solid waste hauler collect all refuse on the scheduled collection days; however, storm debris may cause delays in some areas.