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Hurricane Harvey

County Debris Removal to end October 16

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Montgomery County, TX – September 29, 2017 – County operated and managed debris removal will be discontinued on October 16, 2017. If you still have debris make sure it is out now, so that the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management can arrange for it to be picked up. It is important to understand that your debris needs to be in the county right of way between the road and ditch or within 10’ from the road. Crews will not go onto private property to collect your debris.

Contact the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 936-523-3916 to report that you have debris in the right of way.

There are also debris sites for public drop off:

  • 1130 Pruitt Dr.-Spring – Closing permanently Sunday, October 1, 2017
    • Friday: 7:00a-5:00p
    • Saturday: CLOSED
    • Sunday: 7:00a-5:00p
  • 242 – Northwest corner of 1314 & 242 – 8am -5pm – Closing permanently October 16, 2017
  • 10990 Seven Coves Rd – Conroe – 8am – 5pm – Closing permanently October 16, 2017
  • Lone Star Parkway – Montgomery- 8am – 5pm- Closing permanently October 16, 2017

Remember to separate your debris and place in the county right-of-way, Do Not Bag Debris:

1. Normal household trash- to be picked up by your service provider. Any household trash may be bagged or put out in the restrictions per your trash pickup.
2. Vegetative debris
3. Construction/demolition debris
4. White goods (refrigerators, ranges, water heaters, freezers, unit air conditioners, washing machines, clothes dryers, and other similar domestic and commercial large appliances)
5. E-waste (electronics)
6. Household hazardous waste.

  • Residents should not place debris directly under power lines.
  • Residents should make sure debris piles are easily accessible and are not next to or leaning against trees, meters, mailboxes, water hydrants or anything that could be damaged during the collection process.
  • Residents should not allow debris to block drainage ditch.
  • Residents should keep vehicles clear of debris.

For more information on debris removal, visit

Source: Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management