https://myslidell.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/242836427_4275960725853791_6526897312716546325_n.jpeg 1488 1925 Alex Carolllo https://www.myslidell.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/City-Seal-vector-graphic-CMYK-2-inch-300x300.png Alex Carolllo2021-09-30 09:58:472021-09-30 09:58:47Get your storm debris to the curb – city prepares for final pass through
Get your storm deberis to the curb. The City of Slidell and Coastal Environmental Services are preparing for the FINAL PASS THROUGH for all vegetative storm debris and construction and demolition storm debris. All this debris should be placed on the curb no later than Wednesday, October 6.
• Keep your vegetative storm debris and construction and demolition storm debris separated at the curb.
• Do not bag your vegetative debris. Put all leaves, twigs and branches in a pile at the curb. CES won’t be able to pick up any piles of vegetative debris that are not on the curb.
CES is also picking up debris at commercial locations inside the city limits of the City of Slidell. The debris MUST be in the city right-of-way in order for it to be picked up. If you have not done so, please get all of your storm debris to the curb ASAP. FEMA will only approve ONE PASS to pick up Commercial Storm Debris.