Unincorporated Flagler County residents have new solid waste collection schedule effective June 1

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May 31, 2023 – Unincorporated Flagler County residents will have a new solid waste collection schedule that becomes effective June 1. The county updated its webpage – https://www.flaglercounty.gov/departments/solid-waste – to easily and efficiently provide the new information.

“The Flagler County Solid Waste Division contracts with Waste Pro to collect household waste, recyclables, and yard waste for the unincorporated areas in the county,” said General Services Director Mike Dickson. “Ultimately, things will run more smoothly, but it will affect a small percentage of the unincorporated Flagler County population.”

The collection of garbage and recyclables within the municipalities is managed by each city agency, with some using private solid waste management companies, and some using in-house resources. Residents living within a city or town will need to reach out to those administrative offices individually with questions and concerns:

  • City of Bunnell residents – 386-437-7500
  • City of Flagler Beach residents – 386-517-2000
  • City of Palm Coast residents – 386-986-2360
  • Town of Beverly Beach residents – 386-517-2000 (provided by City of Flagler Beach)

For those with service in unincorporated Flagler County, contact:

  • Additional Information – 386-313-4179
  • Billing Information – 386-313-4183
  • WastePro – 386-586-0800

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By Julie Murphy

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