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Irma Trash Pickup Information


  • Palm Bay: Updated garbage collection schedule resumes Tuesday.
  • Indian Harbour Beach: Normal garbage collection resumes September 12th.
  • City of Rockledge: garbage pickup is suspended until further notice.


  • Flagler Beach Residents: Household trash ONLY must be put out by noon today. No debris removal at this time.  City is aware of sewage issue and working on it at this time so please minimize your water use (laundry, dishwasher, showers, etc).


Volusia County Landfill and West Volusia Transfer Station

  • The Tomoka Farms Road Landfill and the West Volusia Transfer Station will be open for normal business hours Tuesday, Sept. 12.

Volusia County Unincorporated

  • Make-up Collection will resume Tuesday, Sept. 12.


  • Daytona Beach: The city is resuming regular garbage collection Tuesday, Sept. 12.
  • DeBary: Garbage pickup will resume its normal schedule Tuesday, Sept. 12. There will be no makeup day for Monday, Sept. 11.
  • Deltona: Waste Pro will resume collection Tuesday, Sept. 12. Monday’s collections will be collected on Tuesday, and all scheduled collections will roll one day as if it were a holiday.
  • Edgewater: City offices open today at 8 AM. Solid waste pick up resumes today on a “holiday” schedule – essentially one day behind your normal pick up.
  • Holly Hill: There was no trash or recycling collection today, Sept. 11. Homes that normally receive service on Mondays will have trash collection Thursday, Sept. 14, and recycling collection on Monday, Sept. 18. Tuesday’s normal trash and recycling collection will operate as normal.
  • Lake Helen: If Waste Pro cannot pick up garbage Tuesday, Sept. 12, residential yard waste and recyclables will be picked up Wednesday, Sept. 13. Regular residential garbage service will resume Friday, Sept. 15.
  • New Smyrna Beach: Waste Pro, the City’s regularly scheduled trash removal provider, will resume normal routes Tuesday, Sept. 12; for example, those with Monday pick-up can expect service on Thursday.
  • Orange City: There will be no trash or yard waste pick up Monday, Sept. 11. If the roads are clear, trash pickup will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 12 with recycle on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
  • Ormond Beach: The City of Ormond Beach canceled trash collection for Monday, Sept. 11. Monday’s collection will occur Tuesday, Sept. 12. Tuesday’s collection will be Wednesday, Sept. 13.
  • Ponce Inlet: Trash and recycling pick-up was canceled Monday, Sept. 11. There is no make-up day. Trash pickup will resume its normal schedule for trash pickup Thursday, Sep. 14, and trash and recycling pickup Monday, Sep 18.
  • Port Orange: Garbage pickup will resume its normal schedule Tuesday, Sept. 12. There will be no makeup day for Monday, Sept. 11.
  • South Daytona: Garbage pickup will be on Thursday, Sept. 14. Yard waste will be picked up on Saturday, Sept. 16, and Monday, Sept. 18. Recycling pickup is suspended for now.


  • Regular Refuse Collection Residents whose service was suspended due to the storm should put garbage out on their next regularly scheduled pick-up day.
  • Large Vegetative Storm Debris Collection 
    Seminole County Government has engaged multiple contractors to expedite heavy storm debris collection. We anticipate they will be mobilized early next week, based on availability of equipment. The impact of Hurricane Harvey and the widespread nature of Hurricane Irma have made availability of resources challenging for the region.

    Residents may begin placing large vegetative debris, which includes logs, bushes, tree branches, root balls, plants, fence panels and other bulky storm debris curbside. If residents are unsure where to place debris and do not have a sidewalk, ditch, or utility line in front of their home, debris should be placed at the edge of property before the curb. Debris should not block fire hydrants, roadways, storm drains, mailboxes, utility poles, or sprinklers.  Any debris placed behind the sidewalk or adjacent to private property will not be picked up.


    Small Vegetative Storm Debris Collection In order to provide some immediate relief, the County’s regular residential garbage haulers will collect small yard waste that is bagged. Due to limited equipment, haulers are unable to collect large debris, but will collect bagged items that include leaves, palm fronds, grass clippings, pine cones, and rakeable brush.

    In addition to Wednesday, the regularly scheduled yard waste collection day, Seminole County haulers will also collect yard waste and small storm debris on Saturday for the next several weeks. The haulers will make every effort to reach each customer on both yard waste days, however in order to do so, a  five-bag, 50 lbs. per bag limit has been instituted. In the event a hauler is unable to collect bags immediately after they are set out, they will collect them on the next yard waste pick-up day.


  • If you were supposed to put out your trash yesterday (Monday) make sure to put it out today (Tuesday)
  • Orlando: Regular residential Solid Waste collection resumes today after Irma. If your pick up day was Monday, we will collect on Wednesday.


  • All of Osceola:  Residents must keep debris separate from household garbage.
  • City of Kissimmee sanitation services resume today.
  • St. Cloud: Monday regular garbage pickups are scheduled for Wed., Sept. 13. Tuesday regular pickups are scheduled as normal.


  • Solid waste and storm debris pick up will resume on Tuesday.
  • In Ocala there will be no residential collection for sanitation, yard waste or recycling routes Tuesday, Sept. 12.





  • Landfill and garbage collection service beginning Tuesday, Sept. 12
  • Auburnale: Updated collection schedule begins Tuesday.
  • Lakeland: Residential Garbage Collection will resume Wednesday 9/13 this week.