Storm debris collection information

Storm debris collection information

Debris contractors began storm debris collection on September 19 for residents in unincorporated Manatee County.

Over the next several weeks debris contractors will be working from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. with several crews throughout the collection area (debris collection only). Please know that these are very large trucks and may slow traffic down on streets during the collection process. Take care and watch carefully for workers in these areas.

Residents should read and follow the guidelines below to ensure collection.
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After Irma: Information About Recovery and How to Help

After Irma: Information About Recovery and How to Help

Information on what to do if you need assistance after Hurricane Irma, as well as ways you can help through donations, volunteering and more. read on After Irma: Information About Recovery and How to Help

Be the first to know with Manatee's CodeRED Emergency Notification System

Be the first to know with Manatee's CodeRED Emergency Notification System

Sign up for the CodeRED Emergency Notification System to receive notifications from government and public safety officials, including emergency updates about evacuation notices, boil water advisories, weather warnings, and hazardous traffic or road conditions. read on Be the first to know with Manatee's CodeRED Emergency Notification System

Manatee County Area Transit is hiring new bus operators

Manatee County Area Transit is hiring new bus operators

Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT) is looking to fill 16 bus operator positions. read on Manatee County Area Transit is hiring new bus operators

New roads, bridges and community projects

New roads, bridges and community projects

Browse our interactive map of proposed projects for the FY18-22 Recommended Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and get the latest on some of the community's biggest construction projects, including the Fort Hamer Bridge and 44th Avenue Extension. read on New roads, bridges and community projects

Manatee County is Florida's first platinum-certified green county government

Manatee County is Florida's first platinum-certified green county government

The Florida Green Building Coalition recently announced Manatee County has become Florida's first platinum-certified county government. A host of initiatives led to certification, including the County's energy efficient downtown chiller plant, the countywide transition to single-stream recycling and community events, such as Manatee Libraries' Teen Recycled Fashion Show. read on Manatee County is Florida's first platinum-certified green county government

Manatee's half-cent sales tax interactive map of projects

Manatee's half-cent sales tax interactive map of projects

During the 2016 General Election, Manatee County voters approved a half-cent sales tax to pay for local roads, parks and public safety needs. Learn more about the sales tax and find out which road, public safety and parks projects will receive sales tax funding.

Sign up now for Manatee's Business Recovery Directory

Sign up now for Manatee's Business Recovery Directory

Manatee County business owners may now sign up for the Business Recovery Directory, a free emergency information exchange network. The information businesses provide will help emergency managers reach business owners with local resources in the event of an emergency. read on Sign up now for Manatee's Business Recovery Directory