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Posted on September 19, 2017
Storm Debris Removal for Public & Private Roadways and Managing Your Storm Debris
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the Town of Davie will be removing storm debris from public roadways and will be extending those efforts to private communities and residents who live along private roadways.
If your community is interested in the Town assuming the responsibility for removing the storm debris from your private community, your homeowner’s association (HOA) must execute and submit the right-of-entry and indemnification agreement.
If you do not live in an HOA and you live along a private roadway, each individual property owner must submit an executed agreement.
Each private community and property owner will need to provide access to the Town’s debris hauler.
Completed forms must be submitted by Monday, October 2, 2017 to:
Town of Davie
6591 Orange Drive
Davie, FL 33314
Attn: Sarah Santisteban
The storm generated a large amount of debris and the cleanup operation will take some time to be fully completed and as such we are asking for your patience as we work as quickly as possible to restore the Town and to keep emergency access routes open for police, fire rescue and FPL.
The Town anticipates starting storm debris removal the week of September 18. Debris pickup will start with the highest priority areas such as main roadways and areas affecting access to critical facilities. Once the larger and critical roadways are cleared we will begin debris removal on the local roads.
Please note the following information for public and private roadways:
How to Manage Your Debris:
Should you have any questions, please contact Sarah Santisteban at 954-797-2055 or [email protected]