BULKY DEBRIS COLLECTION MAP
The Bulky Vegetative Debris Collection Map, indicates areas already collected in the first pass in green, indicates areas with crews actively working in light green, and indicates pending areas in yellow (these areas will be collected upon completion of the light green zones). White areas will not be collected as they are rural, wooded areas. The gray areas are within City limits and will not be serviced by Seminole County.
UNINCORPORATED SEMINOLE COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY
Seminole County is opening four citizen drop-off locations that are listed below. These sites are for citizens that live in unincorporated Seminole County and would like to drop-off vegetative storm debris. Please be prepared to unload your own debris; including emptying bagged vegetation. Vegetative storm debris includes: branches, tree trunks, root balls, bushes, planets, and rakeable yard debris. Construction and demolition debris, including fencing will not be accepted. This is a free service, however residents need to show identification of an unincorporated Seminole County resident.
Hours of operation are from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, seven days a week
If you are a customer of Altamonte, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford or Winter Springs solid waste services, please call your respective city to determine debris collection guidelines. Find the City Contacts below: