Civic Awareness Committee

Last Update: 8/8/20

City of Edgewater Garbage Collection Container

 The City of Edgewater is providing each residence with one new garbage collection container!

To request the cart/container, go to the home page of the city website (www.cityofedgewater.org) and click on the "Contact the City" tab and select Solid Waste Cart Options. You can choose one of the following size carts: 35, 65, 95 gallon. If you do not respond by August 31st, you will automatically receive the 95-gallon cart/container.

Cart/Containers will be on display at City Hall, 104 N. Riverside Drive. The cost of any additional carts, no matter the size, will be $50. Carts will be delivered beginning the last week of September and continue through October 16. You do not need to be home for the delivery.

To view the dimensions and household appropriate for the different size cans check the Edgewater Garbage Cart/Can Flyer in the attachment box at the bottom of this screen.   A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Answers appears in a separate attachment below. 

 Change In Polling Place

Residents - Your Voting Precint Has Changed.  Our new location is now Indian River Elementary School, 650 Roberts Road, Edgewater.

Please watch for your new Voter Id in the mail 

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City of Edgewater To Resume Twice Per Week Trash Pick Up

Effective Monday, July 13th Environmental Services Department Solid Waste Division will be reverting back to twice a week refuse pick up schedule.

Please remember that we will not be picking up bagged and/or contained yard debris with the regular garbage; this will go back to being picked up by the refuse trucks on Wednesdays.  Any loose piles of yard waste will be picked up on a continual route, which can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks.

We ask that residents bag as much of their yard debris as possible to be picked up on Wednesday. We appreciate everyone’s patience during these trying times.

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Edgewater City Council Meeting -  June 1, 2020

At the monthly meeting held June 1st, the Edgewater City Council discussed the possibility of setting up an Environmental Advisory Board similar to the one Port Orange set up years ago. The Chairperson of the Port Orange Environmental Advisory Board gave a presentation on what the board has been doing in Port Orange and offered assistance to help Edgewater set up a board. Further discussion will take place at a future City Council Meeting. 

Also, the Council gave approval for the City Manager to resume posting late fees on delinquent utility accounts and effective July 7th to resume shutoffs for accounts.   A summary of the meeting is located in the attachment box below. 

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Edgewater City Council Meeting -  May 4, 2020

On Monday May 4th the Edgewater City Council held it’s first "virtual" meeting with some members participating remotely.  Adhering to CDC guidelines attendance was restricted.

 A summary of the meeting is located in the attachment box below. 

  

Edgewater City Council Meeting -  April 6, 2020

On Monday April 6th the Edgewater City Council held it’s regular monthly meeting. Adhering to CDC guidelines attendance was restricted.

A summary of the meeting is located in the attachment box below.  The meeting started with a presentation reviewing Edgewater's financial status as of September 30, 2019 which ended the fiscal year.  A copy of this presentation also appears in the attachment box.