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Posted on: October 6, 2017

Progress Update on Sumter County's Storm Debris Pickup

Storm debris from Hurricane Irma has been removed from the following areas: The County’s C- roads system, all roads in Oakland Hills, Oakhill, Rutland, Orange Homes, Lake Pan, Cherry Lake, Wahoo, Lake Minoa, and Lake Okahumpka Park.
The County’s upcoming debris removal efforts will be divided into zones through the unincorporated areas of the County EXCLUDING The Villages® community:
Zone 1: West of US 301 from the Marion County line to C-470W (Includes CR 200’s and 300’s)
Estimated Pickup Dates: 10/4- 11/24.
Zone 2: East of US 301 from the Marion County line down to C- 470E (Includes CR 100’s and 500’s)
Estimated Pickup Dates: 10/5 -11/10.
Zone 3: West of US 301, south of C-470W (Includes CR 300’s, 400’s, 500’s, and 600’s)
Estimated Pickup Dates: 10/6 -11/10.
Zone 4: East of US 301, south of C-470E (Includes CR 500’s and 700’s.)
Estimated Pickup Dates: 10/6 -11/24.
Sumter County residents needing to immediately dispose of storm-related debris may bring debris to a temporary disposal site off CR 528 and SR 471 in Sumterville.
Residents are reminded that the County will not pick up debris from private roads or on private property.
For hazardous waste disposal, Sumter County will be having a Household Electronic and Hazardous Waste Mobile Collection Day on Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Lake Okahumpka Park, 6085 E. SR 44, Wildwood 34785.
For more information, please contact 352-689-4400.

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