The that swept through the county on June 29 has left many Annapolis residents' yards and driveways full of storm debris. If residents are still in need of a safe way to dispose of the tree limbs, community and homeowners associations can request a Dumpster from the county.
Storm debris removal assistance may be requested through the Office of Community and Constituent Services, according to a press release. To make the Dumpster request, a representative of the association should call 410-222-1795 or email email@example.com.
Yard waste, including storm debris, placed at the curb for recycling must be bagged or put in a container and marked with an "X." If not in a container, branches must be tied into bundles (not to exceed 4 feet by 4 inches in diameter). Logs and large limbs that cannot be collected at curbside can be taken to any of the three county convenience centers.
If you have a community or homeowners association, please allow the representative of that organization to make the Dumpster request.
Visit http://www.aacounty.org/DPW/Highways/StormDebris.cfm for complete information regarding these services.