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Category A - Debris Removal

​SUMMARY TITLE ​DAMAGE DESCRIPTION
Sediments on public property ​Flood debris (rocks, sand, gravel, logs) was deposited on roads, in parks, and other public property.
​Wind-generated debris on public property ​Wind-generated debris consisting of building materials, trees and personal property was deposited on public property.
​Discarded personal property ​Damaged personal property consisting of clothing, furniture, appliances and other materials was placed by residents at the curb or other designed area for pick up.
​Sandbag levee removal ​Applicant placed sandbag levees to protect community property and public health and safety. These levees are a safety hazard and interfere with the resumption of public services.
​Emergency earthen levees removal ​Applicant placed emergency earthen levees to protect community property and public health and safety. These levees are now a health and safety hazard and interfere with the resumption of public services.
​Debris at bridges ​Debris consisting of rock, sand, trees, stump and other material is significantly reducing the waterway opening.
​Minor road slides ​Heavy rains have caused the backslope to slide into the ditch and onto the road.
​Man-made channel clearance ​Flood waters deposited sediments in the channel which significantly reduces channel capacity. The total amount of debris is computed to completely clean channel to design grade. The applicant's share is deducted from the total where applicable.
​Timber debris removal along levees and roadways ​Flood waters deposited tree limbs, branches and other floatable debris on riverward face of levee or road embankment
​Demolition ​Structures were damaged beyond economic repair and represent a health and safety threat to the general public.