Bahamas Relief Efforts:
Bahamas Relief Effort Events:
- With hurricane Dorian behind us, like many others in Florida, 4 Rivers Smokehouse and The Coop feel strongly about doing anything we can to help out our neighbors in the Bahamas. So on this coming Sunday, we will be opening our restaurants with limited hours, to do what we can in support.
- 4 Rivers Smokehouse
- Open this Sunday Sept. 8th from 11:00am – 3:00pm
- All Florida locations excluding downtown Orlando City Hall
- The Coop in Winter Park
- Open this Sunday Sept. 8th from 10:00am – 3:00pm
- Serving breakfast all day
- Following a tough week of preparing, waiting, and watching, LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is offering a highly discounted 25 dollar single-day theme park ticket available this weekend only. Ten dollars of each discounted ticket sold this weekend will be donated to the American Red Cross in support of the relief and recovery efforts of those directly impacted by Hurricane Dorian. In addition, LEGOLAND Florida Resort will also serve as a collection point for guests wanting to donate items including nonperishable goods, water, toiletries, baby products, radios, batteries, candles and bedding to those in The Bahamas who were impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8; 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Learn more at www.legoland.com/relief/.
- AdventHealth is committed to making it as easy as possible to get care when and where you need it. Beginning Monday afternoon and throughout the storm, AdventHealth eCare visits will be free and accessible 24 hours a day through the AdventHealth app. The AdventHealth app is available through mobile device app stores. Search AdventHealth to find and download the app. Once downloaded, create or log in to an existing AdventHealth account to have whole health at your fingertips. For eCare, click on “find care” on the bottom of the screen, and then click the icon for “set up a video visit.”
- Verizon: Beginning Monday, September 2 through September 9, Verizon will be providing unlimited calling, texting, and data to customers who reside in the path of Hurricane Dorian.
- AT&T: AT&T said it will wave data overages in affected areas Monday through Sept. 8.
Trash & Debris Collection:
- Waste Mgmt. will resume normal operation hours Thurs. 9/5/19
- Palm Coast – Garbage collection will resume normal pickups on Thursday and Friday with a special yard debris pickup day on Saturday for any storm debris.
- Thursday, Sept. 5: Collection for Monday customers
- Friday, Sept.6: Collection for Tuesday customers
- Saturday, Sept. 7: Collection for Wednesday customers
- Sunday, Sept. 8: Collection for Thursday customers
- Monday, Sept. 9: Collection for Friday customers
- Tuesday, Sept. 10: Collection for Monday customers
- Wednesday, Sept. 11: Collection for Tuesday customers
- Thursday, Sept. 12: Collection for Wednesday customers
- Friday, Sept. 13: Collection for Thursday customers
- Saturday, Sept. 14: Collection for Friday customers
- Orlando: Garbage and recycling will resume on Thursday, September 5 at 6am.
- Thursday, September 5 will make-up for missing Monday and Wednesday collection.
- Friday, September 6 will make-up for missing Tuesday collection.
- Saturday, September 7 will make-up for missing Thursday collection.
- Sunday, September 8 will make-up for missing Friday collection.
- Osceola: Unincorporated County recycling pickups will resume as scheduled beginning on Thursday, September 5, 2019, and make-up collections for garbage are as follows:
- Missed Tuesday pickups will be made on Thursday, Sept. 5
- Thursday pickups will be made on Friday, Sept. 6
- Friday pickups will be made on Saturday, Sept. 7
- For the City of Kissimmee:
- Monday (Sept. 2) Collection —> Now collected on Thursday (Sept. 5)
- Tuesday (Sept. 3) Collection —> Now collected on Friday (Sept. 6)
- For the City of St. Cloud:
- Tuesday (Sept. 3) trash pickup will be picked up on Thursday (Sept. 5).
- Thursday (Sept. 5) recycling pickup will be rescheduled on a later date.
- Friday (Sept. 6) recycling pickup will be picked up on Friday as normal.
- No brush debris will be picked up for the remainder of the week.
- Click here for the current collection schedule for waste & recycling, for the week of Sept. 2-8. Normal collection will resume Sept. 9.
- Putnam County garbage pick up will continue today (9/3) on the normal holiday schedule as previously announced. The landfills are open till 5. Recycling is the only service not running today. As soon as we have info for tomorrows service, it will be announced.
- There is no garbage or recycling collection today, Tuesday, 9/3 or Wednesday, 9/4. Regular collection schedules resume Thurs 9/5. No make up collections are scheduled.
- The Seminole County Landfill and Transfer Station resume normal operations Thurs. 9/5.
- Altamonte Springs:
- The City will schedule an additional collection of yard waste on Saturday, September 7. Bundling IS required for large tree limbs and branches and cannot be longer than four feet in length. Smaller items such as leaves, plants, twigs, etc. need to be bagged.
- Residents who are in need of special pick-ups for large items (NOT including yard waste) can call (407) 571-8607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an estimate for a special pick-up (minimum charge is $70). Once payment is made, we will schedule the pick-up. Items must be placed curbside.
- Sandbags: Do NOT place any sandbags on the street or curb for collection. Residents are urged to store sandbags in a dry location for the duration of the hurricane season. To safely dispose of sandbags, homeowners can spread the sand on their lawns or landscape beds and either reuse the bag or place it in the garbage.
- Garbage, recycling and yard trash collection services for unincorporated Volusia County will resume on Thursday, September 5, 2019
- Click here for all other Volusia County trash and debris collection info.