Currituck residents can schedule post-Matthew debris pickup

Flooding in the Summit Farms neighborhood of Moyock, N.C. persists  four days after Hurricane Matthew hit the area.  Photo taken Oct. 12, 2016 (Photo courtesy: Stephanie Harris)
Flooding in the Summit Farms neighborhood of Moyock, N.C. persists four days after Hurricane Matthew hit the area. Photo taken Oct. 12, 2016 (Photo courtesy: Stephanie Harris)

CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — Residents and property owners who were affected by Hurricane Matthew earlier this month can schedule free pickups for debris.

County officials say the pickups can be scheduled for white goods, white construction or demolition debris, and bulk items damaged during the storm.

Pickups are only being done on a call-in basis, and residents must contact Currituck Public Works at 252-232-2504 by Nov. 7. Pickups are slated to begin Nov. 14.

The county recently announced that it would be doing a pickup for vegetative debris Nov. 7.