Do not put trash cans out until after storm has passed.
If you can move it, bring it inside. Residents should store patio furniture, grills, planters, Waste Pro bins, and anything else that can become a projectile in the wind, inside until after the storm. Flags should be removed from poles, and in-ground flagpoles should be taken down. Residents should not take household garbage, bulk waste or lawn debris to the curb for collection.
City facilities and operations closed at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9 and are scheduled to reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
The City of Daytona Beach has distributed nearly 50,000 sandbags. The city has sand available at the Public Works facility, 950 Bellevue Ave., and the parking lot on the southeast corner of Orange Avenue and Jean Street (across the street from the former police station.) Residents should bring heavy-duty trash bags and their own shovels. Sand and bags will be available until 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, or while supplies last. There is a limit of 10 bags per vehicle.
The City of DeLand will open its Citizen Information Center at noon. The number is 626-7000. Those wishing to volunteer with cleanup efforts and post-storm sheltering may call the CIC.
Waste Pro will not have collection on Monday, Sept. 11. Monday's collections will be collected on Tuesday, and all scheduled collections will roll one day as if it were a holiday.
Deltona City Hall administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 11. All city parks are closed and will re-open on Tuesday, Sept. 12, if possible.
For more information, cCall the City of Deltona's Citizen Information Center at 878-8511 with storm-related questions.
The City of Edgewater provided 4,500 sandbags and 5,000-plus cubic yards of sand.
The city's Emergency Operations Center will open at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10. The city’s Citizens Information Center will accept calls throughout the storm. The number is 424-2400.