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City of Crestview continues storm debris cleanup efforts

Following the storm on May 10, the City of Crestview has been diligently working to remove storm debris from the affected areas. The City of Crestview and Adams Sanitation have deployed crews […]

Source: City of Crestview

Following the storm on May 10, the City of Crestview has been diligently working to remove storm debris from the affected areas.

  • According to the City of Crestview, crews have already collected over 9,000 cubic yards of debris, accounting for approximately 85 percent of the total debris within the city limits.

The City of Crestview and Adams Sanitation have deployed crews to work daily on collecting the remaining debris. To facilitate the ongoing cleanup process, residents are requested to place all storm debris at the curbside before June 10, 2024.

After this date, yard waste pick-up will resume its pre-storm schedules and guidelines.

The City of Crestview expressed its appreciation for the patience and understanding of its residents as they work to restore the city to its pre-storm condition.

  • The City also thanked the community for their attention to this matter and their continued support throughout the cleanup process.

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