(PDF map; zoom in to see your location on the map.)
The dots represent locations where pick up has occurred and does not reflect that an area is done if multiple debris piles remain.
This is an AM snapshot of starting locations for FEMA and City of Lakeland debris removal crews for the day. We will update this post daily or as soon as information becomes available.
The hyperlink above will take you to a City of Lakeland authorization form that can be used for the purposes of requesting removal and clearing by the City of hurricane damaged debris affecting structure(s) on privately owned property.
This form, if properly executed and authorized by the City, grants the City of Lakeland the right to enter over and upon the private property premises for the purpose of removing and clearing hurricane damaged debris affecting the structure(s) thereon.
The City of Lakeland's Public Works Department consists of seven divisions and 264 full-time employees. These seven divisions include Construction & Maintenance, Engineering, Facilities Maintenance, Fleet Management, Lakes & Stormwater, Solid Waste and Traffic Operations & Parking Services. The fiscal year 2017 budget for the Public Works Department is $59 million.