58 NC counties and 1 VA county are under alert, including Wake, Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, and Wayne counties. Details
Published: 2011-04-23 11:52:09
Updated: 2011-04-23 11:52:09
Posted April 23, 2011
The City of Fayettevile, Cumberland County and North Carolina Department of Transportation are all picking up storm debris.
Vegetation is the main focus of the City of Fayettville's current pickup. The City’s debris contractor is operating throughout the city and will make multiple passes through neighborhoods until debris is picked up in the coming days and weeks, giving residents time to bring materials to the curb. Residents are urged to be patient as cleanup trucks make their way through damaged neighborhoods.
Debris needs to be separated into the following categories:
Residents can dial 211 to report any damages to property or unmet needs. This service is free of charge and offered through the United Way.
The DOT is picking up storm debris on DOT roads within the corporate limits of Fayetteville and in the unincorporated areas of Cumberland County, specifically Beaver Dam and Linden. Residents are reminded to place debris by the curb and not on the roadway.
Beginning Monday, April 25, DOT crews will resume collecting debris from along state-maintained roads in seriously damaged parts of the county.
DOT will conduct minimal debris pick-up operations in other, less significantly impacted areas until May 2.
Keep these items in mind while collecting debris for removal: