New map shows Orange County residents when Hurricane Ian debris will be removed

Interactive map shows schedule for debris removal in November

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County announced an online debris removal map for homeowners countywide Thursday as the county continues its recovery after Hurricane Ian.

The interactive map features a search bar, which homeowners can use to find out when their street is scheduled for first-class completion.

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The map also includes color codes to help identify which areas have already completed a first pass.

Streets that have already seen a first pass and been substantially cleared are colored blue. Meanwhile, streets in yellow are scheduled for a first pass by Nov. 4, and streets colored orange are expected to see a first pass by Nov. 21.

According to the county, roads and residential areas covered by the county can expect to have debris substantially cleared by Thanksgiving.

To access the map, click here.

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