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Storm Debris Pick-Up Scheduled For Ocean View Drive Area in Avon; Large Item pick-up takes place in April

Storm debris removal for residents and property owners along Ocean View Drive in the village of Avon is scheduled for Monday, March 26.

The large item pick-up scheduled for all Hatteras Island villages during the week of April 9 will take place as previously announced.

Residents and property owners along Ocean View Drive must have all items placed on the side of the road, in the right of way, by 6 o’clock that morning. Be sure not to block driveways, or obstruct utility lines when placing items roadside. 

Debris should be placed in three separate piles on the side of road:

– Vegetative Debris (limbs, leaves, branches, sea grass, etc.)

– Construction and Demolition Materials (building materials, concrete, shingles, etc.)

– Metal objects and appliances

The large item pick-up scheduled for all Hatteras Island villages during the week of April 9 will take place as previously announced:

On Monday, April 9, Buxton, Frisco and Hatteras

On Tuesday, April 10, Avon

On Wednesday, April 11, Rodanthe, Waves and Salvo

For more information about storm debris removal for the Ocean View area in Avon, call Dare County Public Works at (252) 475-5880 or (252) 475-5881.

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