To accommodate our City of Pinellas Park residents after-hours, the City will have a Post-Storm Information Line (369-5672) available for calls as follows:

Monday, September 18th through Friday, September 22nd
5:00pm - 8:00pm

PINELLAS PARK - Residents can take vegetative debris only (no building materials, concrete, fencing or metal will be accepted) to four different brush sites citywide.  Residents must show a water bill or valid driver's license indicating they are a resident of Pinellas Park. Locations and times are below:


*       Broderick Park   -  6101 66th Ave N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781
*       Pinebrook Park   -   7202 118th Ave N, Largo, FL 33773
*       78th Ave and 60th Street  (North west corner) Next to courts

Sites will be open Tuesday (9-12-17) from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Wednesday (9-13-17) and Thursday (9-14-17) from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.

City of Pinellas Park coordinated collection for debris left behind by Hurricane Irma
• Storm related debris collection will begin for residents of Pinellas Park on Monday September 18th.
• Items picked up during curbside collection will include yard debris, and construction debris caused by the storm
• As the City of Pinellas Park Public Works crews finish clearing storm debris from roadways, a second phase of recovery will soon begin to collect residential storm debris.
• Public Works staff and Debris contractors will begin storm debris collection from rights of way on Monday, giving residents returning home over the next few days enough time to collect and place their storm debris piles in their nearest right of way.
• Residents should place their debris in sorted piles at the public right-of-way for curbside collection by debris crews. Debris will be collected and taken to a temporary storage site to ultimately be recycled or disposed of.
• Residents are asked to sort debris by item type and place in separate piles. These are the specific items that can be moved to the curbside for collection:

Construction and demolition debris
• Building material including roof shingles and siding
• Drywall
• Lumber
• Carpet
• Furniture
• Plumbing

Vegetation Debris
• Fallen tree branches, brush and logs
• Residents are asked to take the following steps to make the debris removal process easier:
• Sort debris by type and place in separate piles
• Do not stack debris against trees, poles, fire hydrants and storm drains