Requests can be made online or via the MyPasco App
Residents who would like Pasco County to pick up their storm-related debris have until Friday, October 6, 2017 to submit a request. Requests can be made directly through Pasco County’s website: www.pascocountyfl.net or via the MyPasco app.
County crews are working twelve hours a day, seven days a week to remove storm-related debris from roadways and neighborhoods.
“Crews will eventually pass through every neighborhood,” said Pasco County Solid Waste Director John Power. “We will pick up loose branches, tree material and storm-damaged items that are left in the right-of-way. We want to remind our residents that the County is only picking up storm-related debris.”
Residents can also drop off storm debris at the following locations, Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.:
- East Pasco Transfer Station, 9626 Handcart Rd, Dade City
- West Pasco Resource Recovery, 14606 Hays Rd, Spring Hill
The Dade City location can only accept tree limbs and debris of 3-inch diameter or less and 3 feet in length or less. Larger materials must be taken to the Spring Hill location. Fees for storm debris are waived until further notice.
Residents can track the Hurricane Irma-related storm debris removal progress with an interactive map available on the Pasco County website: www.pascocountyfl.net or by clicking on this link: http://arcg.is/2wSHdN5.
For questions or concerns, please contact Pasco County Customer Service at 727-847-2411.