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The Final Round of Storm Debris Collection Ends December 21

The 3rd and final round of storm debris collection will finish by December 21. Brush, tree stumps and demolition debris is collected separately. Bagged debris will not be collected on the final round. This is a contracted service so no additional collections can be provided to any residence once that street has been given a final collection.

 

Virginia Department of Transportation is collecting brush debris on the County primary and secondary roads (for example: Centerville, Croaker, Ironbound, Jamestown, Mooretown, Richmond Roads). Residents who live on these roads can direct their questions to VDOT at 253-4832. James City County will be collecting demolition debris on County and VDOT roads.

 

If your debris was missed during the first and second rounds, call the James City County Recycling Office at 259-9850 by November 30 to get on the collection list for the final round.

 

Residents can bring in storm debris to the Convenience Centers for disposal at no charge through December 31, 2003. All brush/bulky waste must be taken to the Jolly Pond Convenience Center. Bagged storm debris will be accepted at the Tewning Road, Toano and Jolly Pond Convenience Centers. Contractors providing storm debris removal services are not eligible to use the Convenience Centers, including the landfill site at Jolly Pond Road.

 

The storm debris from Hurricane Isabel that has been ground into mulch is available at the Jolly Pond Convenience Center. It's free; provide your own vehicle and labor. Operating hours at the Jolly Pond Convenience Center are 7a.m. - 5 p.m. seven days a week.

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Please help us help you by:

  • Separate yard debris from construction materials and appliances or metals.
  • Place these materials in separate piles at the roadside. Do not mix the different material into one pile.
  • Do not place regular household trash in the piles for special collection.
  • Do not place materials near mail boxes, fire hydrants, under power lines or near power poles, over water meters or manhole covers.
  • Do not place bagged debris in the storm debris piles.

 

The James City County leaf collection will start December 2 and run through January 17. Each street will receive two collections. Clear bags are required. The complete schedule is available on the County web site at www.jccegov.com.

 

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