Seminole County Storm Debris Drop-Off Locations

Posted on: 9/13/2017 9:18:08 AM

Seminole County, FL (September 13, 2017) - Seminole County has opened four vegetative storm debris drop-off locations today for Unincorporated Seminole County residents. The sites will be open from 8:00am to 6:00pm, seven days a week until further notice. 

Vegetative storm debris includes: branches, tree trunks, root balls, bushes, plants, and rakeable yard debris. Construction and demolition debris, including fencing, will not be accepted.  Residents will need to be prepared to unload their vegetative debris, and are required to empty any bagged debris.  Locations for vegetative storm debris are the following:

  • 175 Yankee Lake Road, Sanford, FL 32771
  • 5340 Bedford Road, Sanford, FL 32773
  • 2841 Cameron Avenue, Sanford, FL 32773
  • 3540 Dike Road, Winter Park, FL 32792

These sites will help alleviate lines at the transfer station and landfill and are free of charge for Unincorporated Seminole County residents.  Proof of residency within Unincorporated Seminole County will be required.

Residents may also drop off debris at the Osceola Landfill, located at 1930 E. Osceola Road in Geneva, or the Central Transfer Station, located at 1950 State Road 419 in Longwood.  Applicable fees and size limits will apply. 

The Florida Forest Service would like to remind residents that it is illegal to burn storm debris. Burning debris should be reported to 407-888-8760. 

Residents in other Counties or Cities, please check with your local government for information on debris disposal.   For additional information, please call the Citizens Information Line at 407-665-0000.


Media Contact:
County Manager's Office
1101 East First Street
Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: (407) 665-7212
Fax: (407) 665-7958