Orange City’s Hurricane Irma debris pickup is 100% completed. The city’s contracted hauler, DRC, completed the second and final pass on Friday, November 3, 2017, collecting vegetative debris from city maintained roads. Residents who have remaining vegetative debris can bundle it according to WCA specifications and dispose of it during the normal WCA debris pickup on Monday mornings.
The construction and demolition (C&D) debris pickup (by City crew) was completed November 8.
If you reside within unincorporated Volusia County and would like information about their debris removal, please call their debris hotline at 386-507-5166 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
If you hire a contractor to handle large tree debris or household damage, make sure the contractor is licensed and insured and knows he or she is required to take it to the proper landfill. Contractors are required by law to dispose of debris properly; they cannot place it in the right-of-way.
Be courteous to your neighbors; don’t burn debris in your yard.