A press release from Public Works say that crews will be out on Tuesday to pick up debris created by this past Thursday's floods. They will continue to pick up in the affected areas through the end of the week.
From the release:
Residents in Madison, East Nashville, North Nashville, Hermitage, as well as impacted areas in the northwestern section of Davidson County, are asked to place their debris at the curb. They should avoid parking along the street since it could hinder access to the debris.
Fees have also been waived for flood impacted residents at each of Metro’s three convenience centers so residents can dispose of their flood debris free of charge. Convenience centers are located at:
943A Doctor Richard G. Adams Drive, Nashville, TN 37207
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7:30am-5:00pm and Sun. Noon-4:00pm
1019 Omohundro Place (entrance on Freightliner Drive) Nashville, TN 37210
Hours: Tue.-Sat.: 8:00am-4:30pm
Anderson Lane Center
939A Anderson Lane, Madison, TN 37115
Hours: Tues.-Sat.: 8:30am-5 pm
Public Works inspectors are continuing to assess storm damage, including roadway needs, clean up and debris collection, resulting from last week’s flash floods. Citizens can contact Metro Public Works customer care center at 862-8750 with any questions.