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Hurricane Irma - City of Dunedin- *Update 9/19*
Posted Date: 9/13/2017 4:30 PM

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**9/19-Parks & Recreation Update

Recreation Centers
• Dunedin Community Center – closed until further notice
• Dunedin Marina – Open
• Hale Senior Activity Center – Open
• Highlander Pool & Kiwanis Sprayground – Open
• Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center – Open


• All parks are open except:
• Hammock Park – closed until further notice
• Mira Vista Park – closed until further notice
• Scotsdale Park – closed until further notice
• Weaver Park – closed until further notice
• Jerry Lake soccer fields – closed through Wednesday
• Little League ball fields – closed through Wednesday

Public Services: For tree and debris in the right of way. (727) 298-3232

Solid Waste: Questions on Solid Waste/Recycling/Debris pick-up  727-298-3215

Main City Line: 298-3000

Emergency: 911


You can resume normal water usage.  Thank you for your cooperation in this difficult time.  Special thank you to our City staff that kept our plants operational during this time, you are truly the best!

* City administrative offices will be open to the public (9/15):
Engineering: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Planning & Development: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
City Hall: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Utility Billing: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Economic Development: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Permitting: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Library: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

*Parks remain closed while we work to clear debris and will re-open as soon as possible.

Debris Pickup Update 9/16
• Solid Waste will be back on schedule with the green and blue carts starting Monday, TBD when special services will resume. Commercial accounts are caught up.
• The disaster debris hauler will begin Monday 9/18
• How the hauler operates is different from how we operate in that they follow FEMA guidelines
• The hauler makes several passes through the City with different types of equipment working in grids or sectors
• Different piles of debris may be removed at different times or days
• Dunedin crews will be picking up a limited amount of vegetation in conjunction with the debris hauler, mainly bagged debris
• Separate lumber and vegetation (don’t mix bags and loose debris)
• Bagged leaves are ok, but keep as much brush loose as possible
• Do not stage debris under power lines or over water meters or more than 10 feet from the curb
• Cart customers in private communities contact HOA or Management Company, they are or will be in touch with our office if needed
• Debris removal for unincorporated areas is under contract with Pinellas County and they are starting Monday 9/18.
• Please beware of scammers, no Dunedin employee or contractor will ever ask you for money
• Please try to be patient, we know the power outage is frustrating; many Solid Waste employees are still without power, so we’re in this together and are working very hard to get our Delightful Dunedin back!

Thank you for your cooperation and patience as a community Dunedin! #IrmaDunedin #PinellasIrma

*Parking is free in the downtown through October 1, 2017.


Hurricane Disposal

*Solid Waste Schedule Updates:

Please separate storm debris and put in smaller neat piles away from storm drains.  You can place on the right of way for pick-up.  A City Contractor will be coming around to pick up the debris starting Monday, Sept. 18 and it may be on a different day than your scheduled day. 

Please keep your sandbags for future use or you can return the bags to the place of pick-up.

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Citizen Information Center:  (727) 464-4333

Pinellas County Post-Irma Updates

Pinellas County Schools website
*Pinellas County Schools are closed until Monday, Sept 18