The last pass for pickup of debris that has been pushed by property owners to the right of way on the Town’s side streets will be Tuesday, May 30.
Debris must be pushed to the curb by May 30 to be picked up through the State’s program that has been operating since Hurricane Ian. (This deadline does not include properties that are signed up through www.iandebriscleanup.com for debris removal on personal property.)
After May 30, the Town could start to enact code compliance violations for debris that remains curbside.
PLEASE NOTE: This pertains only to the Town’s side streets and Estero Boulevard north of the Matanzas Pass Bridge. Estero Boulevard from the Matanzas Pass Bridge south is the responsibility of Lee County.
Property owners are asked to please help make this process quick and efficient by:
- Combining debris into one large pile rather than several small ones
- Using trash cans for a small amount of debris that is allowable to be picked up with household waste