Flood debris removal begins Monday in St. Louis region–What you need to know

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI)- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s office announced Sunday that curbside debris from last month’s historic flooding in the region would begin in residential areas of the St. Louis area on Monday.

Crews will focus first on the Eureka area in St.  Louis County, St. Peters in St. Charles County, unincorporated Jefferson County near Byrnes Mill and the Pacific area in Franklin County.

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  • Authorities says titled property, including cars, boats, ATVs or mobile homes will not be picked up, and must be items that were damaged by flooding.
  • Don’t bag debris
  • Debris must be at the curbside or public right of way

If you need help getting debris to your curbside, contact 2-1-1.