GOOD NEWS — IMPORTANT — Contrary to what we were originally told, we have confirmed that the
Town will be picking up storm debris in our community!!!
Brookhaven to Conduct one-Time collection of storm debris — Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine,
Highway Superintendent Dan Losquadro and members of the Town Board announced today that the Town will
conduct a one–time only bulk collection of storm debris beginning Monday, August 10th.
All debris must be placed at the curb by the evening of Sunday, August 9th.
Branches, leaves and other vegetative debris from the storm should be brought curbside for bulk collection
by Town crews utilizing heavy equipment. This collection is being undertaken to help residents in removing
debris left in the wake of the tropical storm that struck our area. Do not put any non-vegetative debris out.
Storm debris mixed with household garbage or construction debris will not be picked up.
Please make sure to keep fire hydrants and mailboxes clear of any debris that is brought to the curb.
Any storm debris brought to the curb after Sunday, August 9th WILL NOT be picked up as part of this one-time
bulk collection and will be subject to ordinary yard waste rules requiring branches to be cut in
four–foot sections and bundled for collection