Orlando crews wrap up debris cleanup, any remaining must be reported

City of Orlando solid waste crews and contractors are wrapping up debris collection across residential neighborhoods and are advising residents that any remaining items must be reported separately.

As of Tuesday, November 22, solid waste collection will resume normal operations across the city.

Any vegetative debris at the curb or large household items damaged by Hurricane Ian or Hurricane Nicole must be reported to the Solid Waste team at 407-246-2314 or via email at [email protected]

City officials say that any large piles not reported by residents by November 22 will be considered special pick-up and may incur charges.

For more information on special pick-ups and instructions on how to properly dispose of vegetative and special construction debris, visit the city of Orlando yard waste rules webpage.

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