NOTE: Bold Items added 11/2/2020, We will be updating with debris removal start dates today as well.
In an effort to expedite Hurricane Zeta debris removal, residents in the unincorporated areas of Jackson County are asked to place their debris curbside, in right-of-way, not blocking the roadway.
Items should be separated in piles or containers based on the following type of materials:
- Vegetative Debris: tree branches, leaves, logs, plants
- Construction Debris: Building materials, drywall, lumber, carpet, furniture, plumbing
- Privacy Fencing
- Large Appliances: Refrigerator, washer/dryer, air conditioner, stove, water heater, dishwasher, etc.
(do not leave appliance doors unsealed or unsecured, REMOVE ALL FOOD)
- Household garbage & recycling: To be picked up during regular weekly schedules.
The debris removal company will not pick up the following:
- Debris piled under overhead power lines or trees
- Debris piled over underground utilities (including fire hydrants) or fences
- Household hazardous waste and electronics should not be placed roadside either
More information, including when debris removal will begin, will be shared on Monday, November 2 after the Board of Supervisors meeting. We encourage residents to stay up to date by following our Jackson County, Mississippi Government Facebook page.