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Eatonville Residents, the following is some helpful information:

If you have excessive debris from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, please bundle branches, bag your leaves, place tree stumps and big tree limbs at the curb for pick up.  Due to safety reason please DO NOT put any debris in the streets.  We appreciate your patience; the removal process will take some time, but will be picked up.

If you experienced damage to your property (home, vehicles etc.) please call your insurance company first. You may also call FEMA @ 800-621-3362 or register for assistance at www.disasterassistance.gov you have 60 days to apply.

For food related needs, dial 211 they will assist you with a food referrals. Please be reassured that Public Works is diligently working around the clock repairing water line breaks, lifts stations and keeping debris away from the storm drains.

Again we appreciate your patience have a great day.