Based on the current forecasted path of Tropical Storm Nicole, all Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County offices and facilities will open at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday, Nov. 10). Collection in unincorporated Palm Beach County will resume tomorrow with regular service. There will be no makeup day for residents who missed collection service Wednesday, Nov. 9
The collection status for the following unincorporated SWA Collection Districts is:
- District 1, hauler Waste Pro - COLLECTION
- District 2, hauler Waste Management - NO COLLECTION
- District 3, hauler FCC - COLLECTION
- District 4, hauler FCC - COLLECTION
- District 5, hauler Waste Management - NO COLLECTION
- District 6, hauler Goode Companies - COLLECTION
Residents should place all garbage, recyclables, yard waste and bulk waste curbside by 6 a.m. as usual. Residents are encouraged to be mindful of high winds and rain and use their best judgment with placing items at the curb.
Information related to facility openings and collection service is subject to change. Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County staff will be performing damage assessments in unincorporated Palm Beach County Thursday morning, pursuant to which reopening plans may change. If there is a delay in planned opening, the SWA will provide an update.
The SWA Greenway Trail system remains closed. The Greenway Trail system will not open until it can be inspected and cleared of any debris.
Residents who do not live in unincorporated Palm Beach County should contact their municipality for information on the status of waste collection service in their community. A list of municipal contacts is available on the SWA website.
To keep up to date on Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County openings and actions related to this storm, visit the SWA’s: