debris

US 90, sand beaches remain closed following Ida

The Mississippi Department of Transportation has not yet re-opened U.S. 90 following Hurricane Ida. Conditions on sections of the highway remain hazardous.  Non-official traffic on Highway 90 impedes MDOT’s ability to return the roadway to safe conditions. Also, the Harrison…

Clean up and recovery continues in Pass Christian

One Harrison County city took quite a few hits during last year’s storm season, but is making progress and heading toward a full recovery. Tropical Storm Cristobal and Hurricane Zeta caused millions of dollars in damage in…

Zeta debris clean up in Pass Christian

What a difference a week makes! Last week, we showed you how Hurricane Zeta debris clean up had begun in Pass Christian and now just a little more than a week later sections of the city streets…

Counties to begin Zeta storm debris removal

The Harrison County Board of Supervisors on Monday approved instating the contract to begin debris removal from damages caused by Hurricane Zeta. The cleanup should begin later this week. The debris removal and damage assessment applies only to the unincorporated…

Biloxi sets curfew for Friday night

Biloxi Mayor Andrew "FoFo" Gilich said Biloxi will enact a curfew Friday night from 11 p.m. until 6 a.m. Saturday. It's a shorter curfew since more businesses are re-opening as more power is restored across the city. The curfew, garbage…

Gulfport begins city project to collect debris

Starting Monday July 13, 2020, the City of Gulfport, along with Utility Partners, LLC and Waste Pro, will begin a city-wide project to pick up debris placed on the sides of streets and alleys. The City and its contractors will…

Post Fourth of July debris strewn along beaches in Harrison County

Clean up along Harrison County beaches started early this morning after beachgoers shooting fireworks and celebrating the Fourth of July left trash behind. Leftover fireworks, boxes, cans and more were scattered along parts of the beach in Gulfport and Biloxi,…

Cleaning up debris in Hancock County

The aftermath of Tropical Storm Cindy still lingers in parts of South Mississippi. Dozens of piles of debris were collected along the beaches in Bay St. Louis. Many were filled with twigs, logs of wood, and grass. Crews removed over…

Requesting Pick up for Flood Debris

The City of Gulfport wants to remind everyone that scavenging through debris from flooded homes is illegal. If you have a pile that needs to be picked up, report it. City ordinance prevents the rummaging and removal of curbside garbage…