The answer is yes for Miami, Miami-Dade, Broward counties and their unincorporated areas.
After some confusion in Miami-Dade, county officials issued a needed trash advisory Sunday night.
Here’s the breakdown:
The Miami-Dade County Public Works and Waste Management Department will resume normal operations on Monday.
• Weekly curbside garbage pickup and every-other-week recycling collection service and recycling customers will be provided on regular pickup days.
• If Monday is your regular day, residents should place their carts at the curb by 7 a.m. as normal; however, collection may be later in the day due to Tropical Storm Isaac.
• For areas where roads may be inaccessible to garbage and recycling collection vehicles, residents should place their green waste carts at the curbside of the nearest open street.
• The 13 centers will observe normal hours of operation from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Sunday to Saturday. Residents can deliver manageable storm debris, yard trash and other household trash. No garbage is accepted at these centers.
• Bulky waste scheduling is available by calling 311 or scheduling online at www.miamidade.gov/publicworks. Due to the volume of calls anticipated following the storm, collection may take longer than the normal 1-9 day service goal.
• All waste department disposal facilities – The Resources Recovery Facility, South and North Dade Landfills and the Northeast, Central and West Transfer Stations – will observe regular hours of operation.
• For more information on resumption of waste and recycling services or to report issues with traffic signals, damaged or missing street signs, potholes, downed street lights or street flooding, residents should call 311, the county’s Answer Center, or visit the department’s website at www.miamidade.gov/publicworks .
• The city of Miami will have regular trash and debris pickup.
• Garbage pick-up for Broward municipalities and unincorporated areas will be on a normal schedule on Monday, except in the city of Weston, where there will not be trash pick-up.