Debris, Trash & Recycling Removal

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For any hurricane debris removal questions, please call the DEBRIS HOTLINE, at 954-344-1176 until further notice.


FINAL SWEEP BEGINS: The city’s Contractor has completed the initial collection of hurricane debris and will make a FINAL SWEEP through the neighborhoods. Crews will remove non-vegetative hurricane debris (i.e. fences, shingles, screens, roofing materials, etc.) along with any vegetative debris not collected during the first phase.

See map for additional details about collection schedule or call the Debris Hotline @ 954-344-1176.

Updated: 10/30 @ 12:00 p.m.

Click to view: CITY MAP ROAD FINAL SWEEP CLEARING

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Important Points

  • Place material at the curb, accessible from the road.
  • Do not block any sidewalks, mailboxes, fire hydrants, or trash bins.
  • Keep any black bags of debris separate from other hurricane debris. Waste Pro will collect during weekly bulk service.
  • Regular solid waste service rules will apply after the Final Sweep is completed, area by area.
  • The Waste Transfer Station (12600 Wiles Road) has resumed normal operations for disposal of regular bulk materials and yard waste.

Coral Springs Debris Update:

  • The City’s Contractor has collected 6,000 loads of debris, over 250,000 cubic yards.
  • They cut broken branches (hangers) above public roads and rights of way from over 9,000 trees.
  • The hanger debris and leaning trees will be removed, as part of the final sweep.

Click for Special Information – Private / Gated Communities
The City is working with FEMA and HOAs to receive clearance of debris removal in private communities.


For any hurricane debris removal questions, please call the DEBRIS HOTLINE, at 954-344-1176 until further notice.