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Galveston County
City of Dickinson
News Release
Wednesday, September 06, 2017


DICKINSONContracted debris collection trucks have been certified and have begun picking up debris.   The contractor, Crowder Gulf Disaster Recovery & Debris Management, has also worked with the City and developed 6 zones within the city.  Map

Trucks are currently working in Zones 3, 4, & 5.  Residents in these zones are advised to make sure vehicles and other obstructions are not in front of debris that has been placed at the curb.   The trucks utilize a large remote grappling arm to pick up the debris and load the truck.   If the debris is obstructed, the trucks will move on to the next area.   Additionally, the debris must be placed at the curb.  Contractors are not allowed to go on to private property to collect the debris.  Only the debris within reach of the grappling arms will be collected and removed.   Diagram

The City and contractor are currently working together to certify additional debris trucks and will be adding trucks and routes during the coming weeks.  

Any Dickinson residents interested in employment as a debris monitor at the debris collection site can call 866-960-2325. Please be sure to identify yourself as resident of DICKINSON. 

Crowder Gulf is also looking to add collection trucks to the program working in Dickinson. Qualified contractor must possess a grapple truck with minimum of 60 yard capacity. Interested persons should contact Crowder Gulf at 1-800-992-6207.

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