By: Sharon Aron Baron
As Hurricane Dorian makes it’s way north, Coral Springs and Broward County Public Schools are resuming normal operations.
According to city spokesperson Lynne Martzell, on Waste Pro will be extending their hours of service to accommodate solid waste volume. On Wednesday, they will resume trash collection for residential areas normally serviced on that day.
In an effort to complete routes, Waste Pro will start collection earlier than normal. Residents should have their green cart out by 6 a.m. for collection on Wednesday. Recycling, bulk and yard waste will not resume for Coral Springs until Monday, September 9.
If residential trash collection is Wednesday, please have your green cart out by 6 a.m. This is kitchen garbage only. If you have overflow garbage bags (that do not fit inside your green cart) place them next to the green cart. A second garbage truck will make a pass-through to collect that waste.
Waste Pro will not collect recycling, bulk trash or yard waste until Monday, September 9.
Multi-family communities and businesses with front-loading compactors or dumpsters will have extended collection hours starting tomorrow to alleviate garbage overflow which will continue through Saturday, September 14. These communities and businesses can expect a trash collection service as early as 3 a.m. and as late as 8 p.m.
Waste Pro representatives are working directly with Public Works staff to communicate at the end of each collection day about communities that may not have been serviced. Communities which may be missed due to garbage volume can expect Waste Pro to return the next day for collection.
If you have an issue with collection, you can submit it online at https://coralsprin.gs/2lwtVUW
The Waste Transfer Station will reopen on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is the first Saturday of the month, which means Waste Pro will accept paint, light bulbs, and electronics. They will be open on Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Coral Springs Waste Transfer Station will be open Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Residents cannot discard regular trash at the Waste Transfer Station.
City Hall, City Hall in the Mall and our Parks and Recreation is closed today (Tuesday). Normal City operations will resume tomorrow (Wednesday). This means City services are available, parks and facilities are open. Broward Schools are open tomorrow (Wednesday).
Building Inspectors will resume inspections tomorrow. To verify your inspection date and time, contractors should check eTrakit. Residents may call our building customer care line at 954-344-1025
The City’s Hurricane Call Center for storm-related questions at (954) 344-1001 is operational today (Tuesday) until 7 p.m. and tomorrow (Wednesday) from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You may also submit inquiries through the City’s social media platforms. Reserve the use of 9-1-1 and the non-emergency number (954) 344-1800, for police and fire-related calls.
The Green and Blue Community buses will continue normal operations today (Tuesday) but will cease operation if winds reach 35 MPH (we are still in a Tropical Storm Watch).
Broward County Public Schools will reopen on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. All District schools and offices will follow their normal operating schedules. The Broward County School Board Operational Meeting, Special School Board Meeting and Second Public Hearing – Budget, will also take place as scheduled on Wednesday. The Open House for Coral Springs pre-K-8th primary grades (K-2nd) is scheduled for Wednesday, September 10.
The decision to reopen schools is based on the latest information from the Emergency Operation Center on Hurricane Dorian.
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