Waste Connections will be making a special run through Town on Saturday, October 7th. They will focus on removing trash in bags and cans. If you have bags of leaves which weren’t removed with the special storm debris removal, please leave these at the curb and they will be removed on Saturday.
Debris removal continues. There has been a hauler in Town removing yard debris everyday since Tuesday, September 26th. The process is slow but please know that your debris WILL be removed. Please separate piles between vegetation debris (limbs, branches, etc.), building debris (roofing material, drywall, etc.) and bagged leaves. Remember, although this is an inconvenience, people in other areas of the country have debris piles containing the entire contents of their homes, in addition to yard debris, so we should consider ourselves lucky.
Please remove all beach chairs, umbrellas, tents and other items from the beach overnight. It is sea turtle nesting season. According to Town Ordinance 4.9, during night time hours, all beachfront residences must limit the amount of light reaching the beach from May 1 through October 31. There are NO BEACH BONFIRES allowed during this time. Here is the link to the Town Ordinance.
To view an article about Sea Turtle Nesting and Hatching Season on the West Coast of Florida, click this link.
If you were issued a resident parking pass for Beach Park parking, please check the expiration date. If they are due to expire on March 31, 2017, you need to renew them. Just bring your passes and your ID to Town Hall between 8am and 4pm Monday-Friday and we can update them for you at no charge.