Get ready now for post-hurricane debris removal

Property Managers and Homeowner Association Board of Directors can help make cleaning up after a storm faster.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has specific guidelines for federal reimbursement of Miami-Dade County’s debris collection activities on private roads. The procedures include submitting a new executed Right of Entry agreement (Agreement) each year.

To facilitate post-storm debris collection, the Department of Solid Waste Management requires homeowner associations and property management companies with communities on private roads to have an executed agreement on file with the department before the debris is collected following a storm.

To make cleaning up after a storm faster, property management companies or homeowner association representatives are encouraged to complete the Right of Entry agreement by following the instructions provided. To avoid any delays, please fill out all sections of the form thoroughly and carefully and email a copy to [email protected]. A map outlining the property’s boundaries should accompany your form, and a gate access code must be provided if applicable. This form is only required of communities that receive services from Solid Waste Management. You must also send the original completed agreement and map by mail to the following address:

Hurricane Debris Management 2023
Department of Solid Waste Management
2525 NW 62nd St, 5th Floor
Miami, FL 33147

If FEMA or the State of Florida make any changes to the Right of Entry form, you will be required to complete and submit the revised version of the form.

The DSWM appreciates a timely response to this request to serve our customers best.

For additional information, email us at [email protected].

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