Hillsborough County knows that residents are eager to clean up their gardens and land after Hurricane Ian. Follow these rules to get the expected results:
Residential storm debris drop-off site
Residents may bring their yard debris to four residential storm debris dump sites throughout the county during extended hours Monday through Sunday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. These hours are valid until further notice.
- Northwest County – 8001 W. Linebaugh Ave, Tampa 33625
- South County – 13000 US 41, Gibsonton 33534
- Hillsborough Heights – 6209 County Rd 579, Seffner 33584
- Falkenburg Yard Waste Site – 350 Falkenburg Road, Tampa 33619
Residents must present valid Florida ID to receive complimentary garden waste disposal. Residents must empty bagged waste to dispose of it, as plastic bags can damage multi-processing equipment.
Regular street parking waste collection
Regular street yard garbage collection will resume on Monday 3 OctoberAt this time, only bagged or packaged yard waste is collected on the street by regular waste haulers. Click here for collection datesPiles of leaves and twigs should be collected on the shoulder in bags or containers.
Large curbside collection of storm-related debris
Hillsborough County contracted disaster debris haulers will begin collecting storm debris for large yard waste on Thursday, October 6.Residents must place debris on the curb by Monday, October 10th. Please wait. It may take several weeks to retrieve all debris. Separate piles of leaves and twigs for collection must be bagged or packed. The county does not enter private property to remove debris.
Private Gated Community – Required Entry Form Rights
Private Gated Community Leaders Retain Entry Rights and Harmless Agreement Before entering to clear debris from your neighborhood.
Disaster debris contractors are working diligently to remove storm-related debris from Hillsboro County right-of-way. Debris collection is done 7 days a week. By October 10th, please ensure that all yard waste has been placed on the curb per the instructions above.
Regular solid waste service
Hillsboro County Solid Waste Facility Reopens Friday, September 30Regular trash and recycling collection will resume at that time, and street yard trash collection will resume on Monday, October 3rd. Residents can drop off their non-yard storm debris at any of the county’s community collection centers. Residents must present a valid photo ID showing the property owner’s address and a copy of their annual Hillsborough County property tax bill showing the current solid waste assessment value for free disposal must receive
Commercial disposal of yard waste
Commercial businesses and landscapers may bring their yard waste to two yard waste disposal sites at 8001 W. Linebaugh Ave., Tampa, FL 33625 and 13000 US 41, Gibsonton, FL 33534. The disposal fee is $44.55.
Residents should be aware that open burning of residential yard waste and household waste and garbage is prohibited in Hillsborough County, and dumping rubbish on public roads is considered illegal dumping.