Sarasota County’s storm debris contractors have been given clearance to enter the public roads to begin removal of loose and bulky vegetative storm debris. To view the estimated collection timeframe for your neighborhood, visit https://bit.ly/stormdebrispickupmap and enter your address into the map. Information will be updated on a regular basis as contractors work through the collection process.
Here are a few reminders to help the process run smoothly:
Debris Removal on Private Roads
More than half the roadways in Sarasota County are private, and the cost of debris collection and removal from private roadways is currently not eligible for reimbursement under the Federal Emergency Management Agency Public Assistance Program unless special exception is granted.
Residents who live on a private road must grant the county the right to enter the roadway for debris removal PRIOR to any debris removal. This requires a completed Right-of-Entry/Hold Harmless form that is signed by the legal owner of the road or a legal representative, such as a homeowners association or management company. A completed ROE form must be filed after each storm event.
If you live on a private road, please submit your contact information here. A member of Sarasota County’s ROE team will reach out to you as soon as the forms are available.
Complete e-news from Sarasota County available here: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/Emergency-Update–Hurricane-Ian.html?soid=1102715362124&aid=_qPKTFV-daI
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