Recovering From Hurricane Irma

Solid Waste

Due to the volume of debris, the graple trucks may not finish all of these streets today, but they are working on: S. Main, S. Forsyth, S. Stone, W. Court, W. Canal, W. Booe, Holland, Knight, N. Moore, N. Cherry, N. Pine, and Ridgewood.

Thursday September 21st, both trucks will be working the SE quadrant of the city: S. Church, S. Pine, S. Cherry, S. Moore, E. Booe, MLKJ, E. Drain, Hyman Cir.

Property Owners / residents are responsible for getting the storm related debris to the right-of-way. The public right-of-way is the area of residential property that extends from the street to the sidewalk, ditch, utility pole, or easement. We request customers separate storm related; bulk pickup items, construction and demolition debris, and vegitative debris (woody burnable debris such as limbs and shrubbery). Only debris that was generated from the storm will be collected. Bagged debris should not be placed with loose debris. Place bags in a separate pile, not on top of loose debris. Please do not place any debris near water meter vaults, fire hydrants or any other above ground utility. Only debris placed in the public right of way will be eligible for collection.

FEMA Disaster Assistance Registration

Parks and Recreation

     Edward Johnson Park is open.

     Joann B King is open.

     Versi Lee Community Center is available for rent.

     Coquina City Hall closed until further notice.

U.S. Senator Bill Nelson Office Hours

A representative of U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will have office hours on Thursday September 21st from 2:00pm to 4:00 pm. This will be in the 1st Floor Conference Room of the Government Services Building, 1769 E. Moody Blvd., Bldg. 2.

Related Links

Tips for picking a contractor.
Disaster Assistance Flyer English and Spanish
National Hurricane Center
Flagler County Emergency Services