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Power Outages
Hurricane Ian

Report Power Outages

Report electric power outage, downed power lines, or other safety concerns to TECO:

NEVER run a generator inside a home or garage. If using a generator, place it outside away from any windows.

Review these Generator Safety Tips

Find information on food safety during a power outage and other important information at tampa.gov/Hurricane.

Storm Damage
HURRICANE IAN

Report Storm Damage

Report fallen trees, traffic light outages, street flooding, and storm debris in the right-of-way:

  • Call (813) 274-3101
  • Open 8am-5pm

NEVER drive through flooded water. Just 6" of water will reach the bottom of most passenger cars causing loss of control and possible stalling. See reported street flooding in real time.

Visit tampa.gov/Hurricane for more information and safety tips

Yard Debris
SOLID WASTE

Special Storm-Related Yard Waste Collection

Place all storm-related vegetative yard debris curbside in preparation for collection, either in bundles, piles or containers. This is for vegetation only (bushes, tree branches, palm fronds, etc). There is no need to call and report a special pickup.

Solid waste crews are first responders for storm debris cleanup. They are currently working hard to clear debris from streets, which is the top priority. They will begin residential debris cleanup ASAP, likely beginning Monday, October 3rd. Please leave debris curbside until it can be collected. This may not line up with your regularly scheduled collection day.

Download the Tampa Trash and Recycling App to receive real-time updates on service schedules. 

See all Solid Waste service updates

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