County-by-county debris cleanup information

Here's everything that you need to know about cleanup after Hurricane Matthew, county-by-county—

Glynn County:

  • Tuesday's pick up from this week will be Friday, Oct. 14.
  • Wednesday's pick up Saturday, Oct. 15.
  • Thursday's pick up Monday, Oct. 17.
  • Friday's pick up Tuesday, Oct. 18.
  • This pattern will continue until trash service is caught up.

Camden County:

  • Yard Debris due to Hurricane Matthew can either be taken to the Camden County C&D Site on HWY 110 in Woodbine, or the Old Still Road Yard Waste Facilities from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
  • Residents in the unincorporated area of Camden County are encouraged to bring their yard debris to the Old Still Road Yard Waste Facility at no charge. If a resident is unable to do this, they may put yard debris that was a result of Hurricane Matthew in the right of way of a Camden County maintained road no later than Sunday, Oct. 16 for pick up by the road department

Nassau County:

  • Debris cleanup of will not begin before Monday, Oct. 17.
  • Specific routes for pickup are still being determined.
  • Debris will be picked up from the County right of way, in unincorporated Nassau County.

Clay County:

  • Collections will begin Oct. 17
  • Residents are urged to get all debris to the curb as soon as possible to ensure the contractors are able to remove the maximum amount of debris
  • Storm-related debris should not be containerized or bagged, and should be placed at least 10 feet apart from cans or bags of household garbage

Duval County:

  • Clean-up of yard debris will begin as soon as possible
  • Regularly scheduled yard waste collection will be limited to bagged and containerized waste, and the five cubic yard limit will remain in effect.
  • Loose debris will be collected separately by storm recovery crews. There is no volume limit on loose debris.

Putnam County:

  • Debris removal began on Wednesday morning.
  • All debris must be placed on County right-of-way to be picked up.
  • Contractors are not allowed to pick up from private property including private roads.

St. Johns County:

  • Curbside Collection of Storm Debris Private contractors will begin collecting storm-related debris (branches, limbs, brush, leaves, and routine yard waste) throughout St. Johns County on Monday, Oct. 10
  • Please do not place debris in garbage bags or barrels, or mix household garbage or construction materials with storm debris

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