Vegetative debris that falls on a property as a result of the impact of Hurricane Matthew may be moved to the right of way in front of the owner’s property where the debris originated. The debris can be cut up into manageable pieces but cannot be placed in the right of way if it has been processed such as grinding into mulch. The property owner […]
October 27, 2016 From: Beaufort County Government To: Authorized Representative of Private Community or Property Owners Association Subject: Beaufort County Authorization Procedure for Debris Removal from the Right of Way on Private Roads and Private Roads within Private Communities 1. At their October 24, 2016 meeting a proclamation was issued and ratified by Beaufort County Council declaring a State of Emergency within all areas of […]
Below is the 10/27/2016 summary of Beaufort County debris removal and hazardous tree removal operations: Vegetative and C&D Debris Removal Operation: Total: 210 loads / 10,052 cubic yards Vegetative/Wood – 10,052 CY Construction & Demolition – 0 CY LHS Hazardous Tree Removal Operation: 2019total tickets issued Hazardous Limbs – 1977 Hazardous Trees – 42 Attached to this email are the PDF reports for Unit […]
hurricane-matthew-timeline-v2Broad view of the debris removal process with estimated timeline to complete debris removal.
Beaufort County Tax Assessor Gary James reports that as of October 26, 2016, the total damage assessment is as follows: 3457 parcels damaged with 82 being considered “major damage” or over 50% damaged. Total estimated cost is $71,441,483. Please note detailed damage assessment is still ongoing in most parts of the County. Also note that figures from the Town of Hilton Head Island are preliminary […]
2016-10-24_lhsstatus 2016-11-24_debrisremovalstatus CERES, the County’s contractor serving all of Beaufort County’s Public Roads with the exception of Hilton head Island, reported as of the end of production on Saturday, October 24, 2016: 31,905 CY collected to date with 718,095 CY of debris remaining to be collected. Daily production Monday was approximately 4,804 CY from 106 loads. This was the sixth day of production. The County is operating three debris management sites (DMS) […]
Due to the Hurricane Matthew aftermath, last week Beaufort County sent a letter to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requesting Private Property Debris Removal (PPRD) from gated communities and private roads under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program. In general, the cost of debris removal on private property is ineligible for FEMA assistance. The County received a response from FEMA requesting additional information from the County […]
Beaufort County’s recovery efforts are underway to remove storm-generated debris in response to the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. The County-hired contractor, Ceres Environmental Services, Inc., will begin debris collection and removal from State and County roads starting Monday, October 17, 2016. This collection effort does not apply to Hilton Head Island, as the Town of Hilton Head Island is utilizing a different debris removal contractor. […]