Last day for Sulphur debris pick up today - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Last day for Sulphur debris pick up today

Today is the final day for debris pick up in Sulphur.  After today, removal will be up to property owners. If you want to make sure your debris gets picked up, call the contractor, Crowder-Gulf, at 478-9614.

And the Army Corp of Engineers will make their final passes for storm debris starting March 1st. This is for areas in Calcasieu Parish, outside of the city limits. Residents are urged to get their storm debris to the side of the road as soon as possible.

If you're concerned about debris piles not being picked up, you can also call Crowder-Gulf at 478-9614.

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