Hurricane Irma Debris Removal FAQs

September 25, 2017 – Courtesy of Collier County   Will my garbage be picked up today? Waste Management and Waste Connections are picking up trash…

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Exercise safety and caution along Pelican Bay Boulevard

Drivers are asked to slow down in areas where contractors are removing debris.  Lanes may be occupied temporarily and workers may be directing traffic, so…

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FEMA advises disaster applicants to be aware of rumors, misinformation and fraud

The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is raising awareness that Hurricane Maria disaster survivors, and their friends and family, should…

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Covenants Enforcement Post-Hurricane Irma

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the Pelican Bay Covenants Department would like to remind Owners of the following items found in The Second Amended and…

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Fee increases for Fiscal Year 2018

he preparation of the 2018 fiscal operating budget included a review of the Foundation’s service fees. The update, effective October 1, included eight areas listed below.…

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Sunset Café now open!

Earlier this week, the  Sunset Cafe opened up for business!  While Sandbar is undergoing repairs after Hurricane Irma, the Sunset Cafe is available to members…

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Debris information from Commissioner Solis

Essentially the whole state of Florida needs debris removal right now, so access to equipment is limited.  This will improve as less hard-hit communities complete…

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Pelican Bay landscaping debris information

Homeowners or associations should not put landscaping debris on any property they don’t own.  Associations along rights-of-way should not be putting the debris outside their…

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