What kind of debris may be placed on the right of way?

Only storm-generated debris should be placed in the right of way. Storm-generated debris includes tree limbs, logs, and branches; loose construction materials created by the storm event; items inside the residence destroyed by the storm; broken glass; and wallboard, carpet, and other building materials damaged by the storm.

Regular household garbage should NOT be placed in the right of way, and should be disposed as it was pre-storm.

Items removed as part of the demolition, reconstruction, repair, or removal of a residence should be disposed by a contracted waste-service provider. Debris is eligible for placement on the right of way if the demo/reconstruction is done by the homeowner or a volunteer group.

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1. What kind of debris may be placed on the right of way?
2. Who can place debris on the public right of way?
3. How long will the roadside pickup continue?
4. What can you do to help?