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First pass of debris collection in City of Dickinson to be completed by weekend
Press Release
Wednesday, October 11, 2017

The City of Dickinson is happy to report that the debris collection has progressed much better than originally estimated.   The first pass of debris collection in the City will be completed this weekend (Oct. 14/15).  Beginning on Monday, October 16, a second collection will begin through the city.  

We are reminding homeowners of their responsibility to make sure all debris is moved to within 10 feet of the edge of the road for easy removal. (See attachment)  We also ask to make sure any vehicles or other objects that would obstruct the debris pile are moved.   The contractors will not reach around vehicles or other objects to pick up debris.  

As of today crews have collected 135,875 cubic yards of debris in the City of Dickinson.  Between Crowder-Gulf and TxDOT, there are currently 20 trucks operating in Dickinson to collect and remove debris. 

Once the second round of debris collection is completed, it will then be the homeowner’s responsibility to have any further debris removed. 

Anyone needing assistance with interior debris removal or push to curb, can contact Team Rubicon Disaster Response at 817-771-2831



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