Now that Hurricane Irma has passed, everyone is in the midst of cleanup efforts throughout the community. As you have no doubt noticed, some areas of Celebration were hit much harder than other areas, so we ask for your patience as we actively work to cleanup and restore the community as quickly as possible. Be advised this entire process could take up to 30 or more days.
Below are the top priorities for the District and where we are concentrating our efforts first, in order:
- Removing trees from blocking streets and alleys
- Removing District trees off houses or other improvements
- Clearing sidewalks
- Clearing the boardwalk to the high school, then other boardwalks as needed
- General cleanup of public areas throughout the community
- Put debris for removal in the easement by the road (between sidewalk and curb), not in the road.
- We are not straightening any trees during these initial 30+ days.
- We are not clearing any root balls during these 30+ days.
- Trees in the conservation area will not be addressed during these 30+ days unless a tree or a limb is threatening to fall on a house or other property.
We appreciate your patience as we respond to higher-priority items first. If you have an issue or would like to report a cleanup item to the District office, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 407-566-1935. We are logging in all reported items and will address them as quickly as possible, noting the above-listed priorities will be handled first.
Thanks for your understanding and cooperation, and for working together as a community to restore Celebration.
Celebration CDD District Manager