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Hurricane Harvey 2017 Debris Pickup Information
A Message from Precinct 4 Road and Bridge for those that were affected or know someone effected by Hurricane Harvey.
There are not set times or dates for pickup of debris. They have crews removing debris 7 days a week. In the meantime, the County is asking that all debris be in the County right-of-way (between the street and curb).
Debris should be:
- separated into pre-determined piles
- should not be blocking streets and driveways
- do not park cars in front of the debris pile
- and do not block storm drains or meter boxes.
Harris County asks residents to remove all food from their white good debris. White goods used primarily for food storage are household items that include: refrigerators and/or freezers or any kind.
Residents who are in the process of removing debris from their homes should follow separation instructions provided by Harris County to help speed up the process and allow for safe operations. Debris removal will be ongoing throughout unincorporated Harris County. Debris collectors will make at least three passes in your area.
Please be patient and be prepared.
Also note: there is a public debris drop off location at 13928 Humble Road in Tomball which is open daily from 9am to 5pm.