HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) - The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and its contractor crews have completed Hurricane Irene debris removal in all seven Hampton Roads counties.
Vegetative debris removal began after Hurricane Irene on September 8 and was completed on December 7, a VDOT news release said.
Crews removed 224,849 cubic yards of vegetative debris and covered more than 2,611 lane miles of state-maintained right-of-way.
The debris-removal has been completed on state-maintained primary and secondary roadways in Greensville, James City County, Isle of Wight, Southampton, Surry, Sussex, and York County.
Debris that remains is now the responsibility of the homeowner. Should arrangements for additional debris removal need to be made, contact your county offices to schedule removal.
VDOT's Customer Service Center at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623) has agents available 24 hours a day to answer customer questions and record any reports of any road hazards.
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