Update: Debris Pick-up

Update from Sunday, October 21st: We know everyone is concerned about the trees and branches leaning over our main roadways since Hurricane Michael. Leon County Operations has informed the HOA that crews will be out by early next week (10/22 - 10/25) to begin the removal of these hazards on Deerlake Road and Kinhega Drive.

Leon County Commissioner, Bryan Desloge, has additional information on Debris Removal, FEMA Assistance, and the latest Status Report: here.


Bryan Desloge, Leon County District IV Commissioner, provides an update on debris pick-up in our neighborhood:

"Leon County will be collecting debris on both public and private roads. We began residential debris collection earlier today [Tuesday October 16th] with 24 debris removal trucks and anticipate another 11 contracted crews later this week. Debris collection information is provided, and will be continually updated, through the County's Emergency Information Portal (EIP) at: http://www2.leoncountyfl.gov/ei/cleanup.asp."

"The EIP includes a map of each collection zone and the neighborhoods currently being served. Killearn Lakes is in Zone #1. You can place your debris at the curb now or refer back to the EIP to see when your neighborhood is scheduled for collection. The EIP will be updated every two-to-three days."

"There's a gigantic amount of cut trees and debris out there, so this may take some time to get to everyone. We ask for your patience and understanding. We're a lot better off here than our neighbors to the west. Just know we're doing the best we can to address your concerns. Please let me know if you have any questions."

Bryan Desloge
Leon County Commission
District IV Commissioner
301 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, Fl. 32301
(850) 606-5364
deslogeb@leoncountyfl.gov

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