Residents are asked to place debris along state maintained roads, but out of travel lanes, and in two piles:
- Vegetation such as trees and limbs cut into five - or six-foot pieces
- Building materials and furniture
Wake said it would announce roadside collection schedules as soon as they are available.
To expedite the debris removal process, residents may use the county’s convenience centers to drop off storm debris including vegetation and building-related debris. The facilities are open seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Site #1: 10505 Old Stage Road, Raleigh
Site #2: 6025 Old Smithfield Road, Apex
Site #3: 266 Aviation Parkway, Morrisville
Site #4: 3600 Yates Mill Pond Road, Raleigh
Site #5: 8401 Battle Bridge Road, Raleigh
Site #6: 3913 Lillie Liles Road, Wake Forest
Site #7: 9008 Deponie Drive, Raleigh
Site #8: 2001 Durham Road – NC 98, Wake Forest
Site #9: 3337 New Hill-Holleman Road, New Hill
Site #10: 5216 Knightdale - Eagle Rock Road, Knightdale
Site #11: 5051 Wendell Blvd., Wendell (US 64 Business Hwy)
People may take major appliances, household hazardous materials such as paint, propane tanks, and other similar materials to Wake County Multi-material facilities. The facilities are open Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wake said homeowners are encouraged to check their insurance as often debris cleanup is covered by insurance and arrangements for its collection will be handled by the insurance company.