Storm Debris Removal Information
James City County is completing the first round of storm debris collection created by Hurricane Isabel and will begin the second round during the week of November 3. Collection will be provided in approximately the same order as the first round. For the week of November 3, storm debris will be collected in the following areas:
- Stonehouse District: Riverview Plantation, Kristiansand, Chickahominy Haven.
- Powhatan District: Settler's Mill.
- Berkeley District: Finishing Governor's Land and moving to Village Square, Windsor Forest, and St. George's Hundred.
- Jamestown/Roberts District: Finish Kingspoint; continuing in Kingsmill, Chanco's Grant, Magruder Heights, and James Terrace.
Branches, limbs and tree trunks should be placed next to the roadway for collection. Material can be up to ten feet long. Stumps/root balls will be collected if they are out of the ground and placed at the curb. Please remove as much dirt as possible. Do not mix with other materials.
Construction / Housing Debris
Debris from damaged houses and water damaged large furnishings should also be placed at the roadside for collection. Material that will be collected includes lumber, plywood, roofing materials, sheetrock, siding, insulation, wire, cables, furniture, and carpeting. Do not mix with other materials.
White Goods and other Metals
Appliances damaged from the storm including refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, washers, and dryers should be placed at the roadside along with other metals. Do not mix with other materials. Doors must be removed from refrigerators and freezers and all food must be removed.
Place these materials in separate piles at the roadside. Do not mix the different materials into one pile.
Do not place regular household trash in the piles for special collection.
Do not place materials near mail boxes or fire hydrants.
Do not place materials under power lines or near power poles.
Do not place materials over water meters or manhole covers.
If you have a grinder pump, do not place material over cleanouts or vents.
More than one collection will be provided in each neighborhood to complete the clean up. Move as much material to the roadside as soon as possible.
Convenience Center Information
James City County Convenience Center operating hours are:
- Jolly Pond Convenience Center - 1204 Jolly Pond Road - Sunday through Saturday, 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Tewning Road Convenience Center - 107 Tewning Road - Monday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.; Tuesday - Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed Sunday.
- Toano Convenience Center - 3127 Forge Road - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Thursday - Friday: 12:00 - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Coupons are required for regular household trash. Residents can bring in storm debris for disposal at no charge, until further notice.
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 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. seven days a week.
All brush/bulky waste must be taken to the Jolly Pond Convenience Center. Bagged waste only will be accepted at the Tewning Road and Toano Convenience Centers.
Contractors providing storm debris removal services are not eligible to use the Convenience Centers, including the landfill site at Jolly Pond Road.
For additional information call:
- James City County Recycling Office - 259-9850
- Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority - 259-9850
The collection and removal of storm debris is an immense project. Thank you for your patience.