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Remembering Jim Guidry Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership
Galveston County
Final Pass of Debris Collection to Start on October 25, 2017
Press Release
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Extension for FEMA and clarification on Debris pick-up

The FEMA Individual Assistance Registration has been extended to November 24, 2017.

Also regarding Debris pick-up, the only debris that will be picked up is Harvey related debris. All other debris from new construction needs to be hauled away by the contracting crew that is completing the work to your residence.

The City of Dickinson would like to inform its citizens that the final pass of Debris Collection will start on October 25, 2017. We are reminding homeowners to make sure all debris is moved within 10 feet of the edge of the road for easy removal. We also ask that 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.  

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

Anyone needing assistance with mold remediation can contact Team Rubicon Disaster Response at trfriendswoodfob@gmail.com.




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