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Maitland News
City provides Hurricane Irma Update #7

  

 

HURRICANE IRMA UPDATE #7

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 @ 5:00 p.m.

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Resident Phone Information Line:  407-875-2850

 

City administrative offices are open Tuesday, September 12, 2017.  Please read the after storm frequently asked questions and answers at

 

Ø  EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (EOC)

The City’s Emergency Operations Center has de-activated as of 5:00 pm Tuesday, September 12, 2017.  Residents may call the Phone Information Line beginning at 8:00 am Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 407-875-2850

 

Ø  DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS AND ROAD CLEARING

The City crews will have completed initial damage assessments.  We continue to clear roadways and work with Duke Energy for power restoration.  If you believe that you have sustained storm damage that has compromised the structural integrity of your home, please contact the City’s Building Division.  You can report on the City’s website at www.itsmymaitland.com/report.aspx using Code Enforcement as the issue topic.  Include your name, address, contact information and pictures if available. 

 

Ø  CITY-RELATED CLOSURES

·        Fort Maitland remains closed until further notice.

·        Maitland Community Park remains closed until further notice.

 

Ø  GARBAGE , YARD WASTE AND DEBRIS COLLECTION

·        WastePro has resumed regular garbage, recycling and yard waste collection.    

·       WastePro will collect regular yard waste items on Wednesday, September 13.  Those are items that are containerized, bagged or bundled.  Due to anticipated heavy activity at the landfill and larger than usual yard waste deposits, they may be unable to collect throughout the entire City.

·       The City has engaged a debris removal contractor for the larger items (branches and limbs) should be placed in the right of way (as close to the road as possible) for bulk collection.  Please do not pile the debris in the roadway or near fire hydrants.  It is anticipated that those bulk yard waste items will be collected with larger equipment, so please do not place directly under utility lines, near mailboxes or trees. 

·       All though utilizing two separate vendors may result in a later start for the larger items, we anticipate it will reduce the overall, clean-up time for storm debris.  The amount of debris far exceeds that of Hurricane Matthew. 

 

Ø  POWER OUTAGES

·        There are widespread power outages.  Duke Energy can provide updates  1-800.228.8485 or https://www.duke-energy.com/outages

 

Ø  TRAFFIC SIGNAL OUTAGES

·        There are a number of traffic signals still without power.  Please remember they are to be treated as 4 way stops. 

·        Please drive mindful that other drivers may not be aware of this rule. 

 

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