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Posted on: August 31, 2017

Debris Removal Assistance Program

The City of Nassau Bay activates its Debris Removal Program after major disasters to assist in cleaning up our community. We are thankful for the patience of our residents, as we know many are ready to move forward in the cleanup process. Please note, debris removal rules have changed since 2008 Hurricane Ike. 

For the best information regarding debris removal in Nassau Bay, visit our website at for tips on getting your debris ready.

We are working to activate our Hurricane Harvey Debris Removal Assistance Program and we will be releasing the schedule as soon as it become available. The City has met with our debris Contractor Crowder Gulf and they are currently mobilizing their assets to respond to the area. A date has not been set for the start of the removal, however September 11 is set as a tentative start date. 

As you begin to sort through all of your waste items in your household, please use the Separating Your Debris infographic for detailed information on separating your debris. 

Debris Separation

Important things to remember: Please separate your debris. DO NOT BAG DEBRIS. For now, please place your debris in your yard, driveway, or backyard, and NOT on the curb. Secure doors on white goods. Once pickups begin, we will ask for residents to please not park vehicles in the street blocking access to the piles.

Information will be sent through the City notification system when the debris removal program will begin. Additionally, we will update our website and social media pages. You can sign up for Nassau Bay Alerts at:

Residential regular trash service is provided by Ameriwaste, and they will continue to pick up your household trash. 

What to do with Disaster Debris Video – Houston-Galveston Area Council

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