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"Last pass” for Hurricane Michael debris collection will begin March 11 for residents of unincorporated Bay County and the cities of Callaway and Springfield.
Debris haulers will begin final pass for debris collection on March 11, and the effort to collect all of the remaining debris is expected to take until mid-April. However, to ensure that debris from a residential property is collected, it should be sorted per FEMA guidelines and placed on the right of way by March 10. Starting March 11, haulers and Bay County will provide publicly available mapping with a daily updated list of completed streets. “However, the debris haulers can’t go on indefinitely, and we must set a date for completion and reimbursement. We want to give the public ample warning before ‘last pass,’ and we appreciate everyone’s cooperation.”
All Bay County residents may deliver residential hurricane debris to the Bay County Landfill at no charge with local identification. The landfill is open daily from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.