County officials hope to begin debris pickup Monday, Oct. 17.
In a news release, Nassau County Public Works says that specific routes for pickup are yet to be determined. A Board of County Commissioners meeting scheduled for Wednesday will nail down the specifics.
Residents are to leave their debris close to the edge of the road - but not in the road or jeapordizing public safety.
IMPORTANT: Only yard debris or construction and demolition debris will be picked up.
- Tree limbs
The county asks you to separate the items by type.
As a reminder, household waste - paint, batteries or electronics - will not be picked up. Nor will garbage bags or any debris in bags.
For those with Private water wells that were FLOODED, The Nassau County Florida Dept. of health will test your private water wells for FREE. pic.twitter.com/gyJFzvCyRf— Nassau County SO (@NCSO_FL) October 11, 2016
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