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Debris Pickup for Unincorporated St. Lucie County Starts Sept. 18

Post Date:09/14/2017 1:28 PM

Contractors will begin picking up vegetative debris from residents and businesses in the unincorporated areas of St. Lucie County (outside city limits) starting Monday, Sept. 18.

Crews will begin picking up debris in the south end of the county, working north with plans to make two passes through neighborhoods. Additionally, St. Lucie County’s contractors will be working with gated communities to pick up vegetative debris inside these developments in the unincorporated areas. 

  • Debris should be stacked in piles on the residence and not in the road.
  • Be sure not to stack debris too close to fire hydrants, utility poles and mailboxes.
  • Makes sure vegetative debris is separated from other household garbage and refuse.
  • Do not include any lumber of any kind, including fences with vegetative debris. It must be separated to be collected.

For additional information contact St. Lucie County Solid Waste at

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