Another round of Hurricane Harvey debris collection begins on Tuesday.
Crews from the city will start picking up debris from Area 8, which includes North Beach, and the areas bounded by Shoreline Boulevard to Morgan Avenue, Old Robstown Road/ Nueces Bay Boulevard to East Navigation Boulevard, as well as Interstate 37 from Nueces Bay Boulevard to Corn Products Road.
Residents must have their debris set out by 7 a.m. Tuesday, January 2.
The city says the debris collection schedule includes a sweep of the entire city. Contractor crews may work ahead, but city crews will stay on the collection schedule.
Debris piles do not need to be separated. All hurricane debris will be collected including tree limbs, brush, leaves and fencing. No tires or loose concrete will be collected.
The city is reminding residents they can take debris to the J.C. Elliott Transfer Station, located at Hwy 286 and Ayers Street, free of charge, Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.