Pasco County Storm Debris Pick Up

Pasco County Storm Debris Pick Up starts Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. Pasco County published this information with a starting date of Sept. 18, but no other information is given as to specific areas or neighborhoods. UPDATE: You can register for storm debris pick-up  here. or use the MyPasco app (in your iPhone.)

You can also drop off your debris at the West Pasco Resource Recovery, 14606 Hays Rd, Spring Hill. Or, East Pasco Transfer Station, 9620 Handcart Rd., Dade City.

Note the following guidelines:

  • Debris should be placed within 10 ft. of the curb; any debris outside of 10 ft. of the curb will NOT be picked up. 
  • Do not stack debris against trees, poles, or fire hydrants.
  • Place food waste in normal trash and recycling containers for your normal residential trash hauler.

Things not picked up with debris:

  • Unusable food items.
  • Wet or moldy newspapers
  • Cardboard, etc. 

Pasco County Storm Debris Pick Up

Pasco County Storm Debris Pick Up

Vegetation Debris: Tree branches, leaves, logs.

Appliances: refrigerators, washers, dryers, freezers, air conditioners, stoves, water heaters, dishwashers.
*Refrigerators: Be sure to clear out all food and remove or secure doors.

Structural Debris: Building materials, lumber, carpet, furniture, mattresses, plumbing.
Household Hazardous Waste: batteries, lawn chemicals, pesticides, compressed gas, cleaning supplies, oils.

Electronics: TVs, stereos, computers, radios, dvd players, telephones, and other devices.

You can reach Pasco County Information at 727-847-2411 or email them at

Hurricane Irma did quite a bit of damage in our area; although not as much as in the Keys, Miami, and the Islands. Flooding seemed to be more of a destroyer this time around. Each hurricane or  tropical storm has a different personality and different damage results.

You can view their flyer here. Pasco County-Picking up the pieces

Finally, Pasco County is helping to restore our area to it’s former self. Hopefully, most of you now have power and can handle the clean-up. The Debris pick up should help a lot. We made it through and now we have to pick up the pieces.
See Pasco County’s Hurricane Statistics and see how much sand went into those sandbags.

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Toni Weidman, GRI
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Author: Toni Weidman

Experience Counts! I have been selling homes in West Pasco and Pinellas counties-Florida for over 25 years. Craig & I run Trinity Pets Yappy Hour for animal rescues. And a Broker-associate with Sailwinds Realty, Trinity. Craig and I run Trinity Pet Sitters LLC.