City of Wincheter Tackles Storm Cleanup
As a result of the severe thunderstorm that moved through the City of Winchester last night, numerous large trees and limbs were blown down throughout the City. The primary focus of the City’s efforts over the next day will be to remove the trees and limbs within the streets so that every street is open. Once all the streets are open, City crews will begin the process of picking up the limbs and branches.
Mayor Elizabeth Minor and the City of Winchester would like to assure all residents that the City will pick up the limbs and branches caused by the storm as quickly as possible.
To assist in this effort, the City kindly requests that residents do the following:
- Bring the limbs and branches to the curb for pickup.
- Cut the limbs and branches to lengths no longer than 4-feet.
- Do not pile limbs on the sidewalks or in the travel lane of the roadway.
- Do not block drainage inlets.
- Do not mix other debris or trash with the limbs and branches.
Due to the significant volume of limbs and branches, it will take several weeks to collect all of the debris. As such, the City would like to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation as the City will work diligently to complete this effort as quickly as possible.
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