Debris Removal Update
Storm debris removal continues in Lighthouse Point. The first pass through the City will collect clean piles of vegetative storm debris only. Piles that contain construction and demolition (C&D) storm debris will be collected on the second pass. Please do not place piles on the street pavement and do not pile debris high at intersections where the visibility of drivers can be obstructed.
On Tuesday and Wednesday hauling crews will be working at Sample Road, Frank McDonough Park, and the Marina Area. There will be temporary road closures as crews load debris into the trucks for transport to the disposal site at Monarch Hill. We appreciate your understanding and patience.
Waste Management will begin normal bulk pickup on Monday, October 2nd. The normal collection schedule will be followed. Place plastic bags next to your garbage containers for collection.
- Please do not mix plastic bags in the piles of vegetative materials. The debris contractors are picking up piles of vegetative storm debris only on the first pass through the City. If there are black bags in the piles of vegetative debris, they will not be picked up on the first pass. The collection of construction and demolition storm debris will be picked up on the second pass.
- Any plastic bags containing leaves and small twigs can be placed next to your garbage container and will be picked up by Waste Management on your regular garbage collection day. Please to not put an excessive amount of plastic bags out at this time.
- Normal household trash and recycling will be collected on your regularly scheduled days.
- Do not place storm debris in the street and place vegetation and other types of storm debris in separate piles.
- Do not place piles on storm drains or any other above ground utilities, such as backflow pipes and telephone service risers or boxes.
- City parks are open, except for DeGroff Park.
Pompano Beach Water – Free Chlorination Water Line Maintenance
The City of Pompano Beach Utilities Department will begin a free chlorination treatment of its entire distribution system on Monday, August 28th. This treatment will be in effect for approximately four weeks until Monday, September 25th.
During the free chlorination process residents may experience a slight change in both the taste and smell of the water. Water will remain safe to drink, to use for cooking, to bathe in, and for other everyday uses.
For more information view the full notice here