Bluffton recovers from Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma Recovery Update

The Town of Bluffton continues to return to normal after Hurricane Irma came through Monday, September 11, 2017. The following information is provided with regard to the recovery progress:

Building Inspections: The Town’s Building Inspectors have been working since the day after the hurricane, inspecting all properties throughout the town. At this point they have inspected all 11, 973 properties. Seven structures had visible damage from the storm. None were destroyed. If you believe you have structural or property damage to your home or business, contact the Town of Bluffton at 843-706-4500.

Household Trash: Waste Management returned to their normal pick-up rotation for all household trash and recyclables on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. They are picking up trash on residents’ normal scheduled days.

Storm Debris: Beaufort County will not provide curbside Hurricane Irma debris pickup. However, the county has opened a storm debris drop-off location at 651 Pinkney Colony Road in Bluffton for residents. No commercial vehicles with storm debris can use this location, only residents. Contractors should use the Oakwood Landfill in Ridgeland. For all other trash or waste, please utilize the regular convenience centers located on Simpsonville and Gibbet roads.

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