City of Corpus Christi to conduct Brush & Debris collection Post Hurricane Hanna
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – As part of the city’s Hurricane Hanna Response Plan, the City of Corpus Christi’s Solid Waste Department requests residents begin placing their brush and debris curb-side. There will be no citations or fines assessed during this Hurricane response period. The city-wide removal of debris will begin Monday, August 3, and continue until complete which is estimated to be no more than three weeks.
Residents should separate their brush and debris into two piles. One for clean brush which includes trees, limbs, palm fronds and other brush. This debris will be turned into mulch at the J.C. Elliott Transfer Station. The second pile will be for wooden planks, fencing, roof shingles or other such debris caused by Hurricane Hanna. Please make sure the brush and debris piles do not block sidewalks, thru-ways or drainage ditches.
Residents are urged to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ the Solid Waste Department Facebook page at www.facebook.com@CCwasteplace for the latest information regarding brush cleanup and all your other solid waste questions.
For more information, you may contact Solid Waste Services Senior Public Information Officer Amy Gazin at 361-826-1655 or by email at email@example.com.