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September 30th Hurricane Sally Recovery Update

Red Cross Offers Aid for Residents Whose Homes were Destroyed by Hurricane Sally

The American Red Cross is offering $450 in emergency assistance for residents whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Sally.

The funds are meant to help families replace clothes or food, offset transportation costs and support any other immediate needs, according to the Red Cross.  Read more here.


Hurricane Debris Pickup Information

Hurricane Sally debris drop off sites are open for Escambia County residents only and will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 a.m., until further notice. Residents need to bring ID and proof of residency.

The residential drop off sites are only accepting vegetative debris generated by Hurricane Sally.  This is for private, residential use only, NO COMMERCIAL DEBRIS. Please leave construction and demolition debris, household hazardous waste and bulky waste at the curbside for right of way pickup. View a map of drop off locations here.

Escambia County residents can also place any storm-generated debris on the public right of way.

Commercial-generated waste should not be placed on public right of way. Businesses should contact their waste collection service provider or a debris removal contractor. This material is not eligible to be removed curbside by Escambia County. Nonprofits are allowed to place debris on public right of way for pickup.