Sarasota County Providing Two FREE Sites for Storm Debris Disposal
Two public drop-off sites for Sarasota County residents who would like to self-transport vegetative storm debris opened Monday, Oct. 3.
The sites are open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
There is no cost to residents to use the drop-off sites for residential vegetative storm debris.
Proof of Sarasota County residency is required (i.e. drivers license, tax bill, utility bill, etc.).
Residents must self-unload all vegetative storm debris.
No commercial debris or vehicles will be permitted to use the sites.
Public drop-off site locations:
- Rothenbach Park (north)
- 8650 Bee Ridge Road, Sarasota
- Jackson Road Transfer Station (south)
- 250 S. Jackson Road, Venice
Large debris will be picked up by Sarasota County, placed at the curb, however, no timetable for that has been decided, as of now.
Note: any materials transported to the Central County Landfill for disposal will be subject to standard disposal fees.
Waste Management resumed regularly scheduled collection services for residential garbage and yard waste on Monday, Oct. 3. Please note that recycling collection has been suspended until further notice.
The Bee Ridge Chemical Collection Center and The Re-Uz-It Shop are closed indefinitely.
Find more info here: www.scgov.net