City of Watertown Gives Brush Pickup Update After Storm

According to a post from the City of Watertown WI Government, the street department will be following their normal brush routes for pickup of branches after last night’s storm. Items at the curb must be a minimum of 4 feet long and maximum of 6 inches in diameter. The city is estimating that all four routes will be covered to some degree by August 13. To see what route you are, visit https://www.ci.watertown.wi.us/.../brush_chipping_route.php. The city is also asking its residents to keep storm inlets adjacent to their properties clear to minimize flooding caused by blocked storm inlet grates.

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