Debris collection trucks have begun their first pass to begin debris pickup on Edgewood streets. The trucks will run from dawn until dusk in order to collect as much debris as possible over the next several days. Please refer to the following instructions for pickup: Post Irma hurricane debris removal will begin in the City […]
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Attention: Property Owners with swimming pools. City Hall has received reports of properties with swimming pools that have fences or enclosures that sustained damage or were destroyed from Hurricane Irma. Please note: Property owners with pools are the responsible parties for properly enclosing and maintaining their pools including maintaining the quality of the water supply. […]
Post Irma hurricane debris removal will begin in the City of Edgewood (Orange County), on public roadways. This is scheduled to begin Monday, September 25, 2017, if not sooner. Once FEMA requirements have been met, the City will make two separate passes through Edgewood for debris cleanup In order to receive debris cleanup services, the […]
UPDATE: Hurricane Irma Disaster Recovery and Debris Removal Mayor Bagshaw, City Clerk Meeks and Chief Freeburg met with a representative from Crowder Gulf today regarding the City’s disaster recovery and debris removal. We are waiting for confirmation to retain a monitoring company to assist in the recovery. Once confirmed, we will post the date and […]
Edgewood City Hall (405 Larue Avenue, Edgewood) will have sand for sandbags Friday morning beginning at 9 am, for Edgewood residents. Please bring your own strong bag, shovel, and proof of residence. Limit 10 bags.