Eau Claire City Forestry crews will pickup branches and limbs from trees damaged from Saturday's storm, but only from those trees on city property such as boulevards. Trees damaged on private property are the responsibility of homeowners.
The City will not pickup up building debris or grass clippings.
The Eau Claire County Brush Disposal Site has extended its hours for Monday, July 25th until 4:00pm, and Tuesday, July 26th from 10:00am until 8:00pm and Wednesday, July 27th from 4:00pm until 8:00pm.
The site is only for City of Eau Claire and Eau Claire County residents.
The site is on County Highway Q east of Eau Claire at the Seven Mile Creek Landfill.
The city also reports tha 12 of Eau Claire's 21 sewage pump stations were without power from the storm, but used generators until full power was restored.
In Altoona, city crews are picking up damaged limbs and trees, but brush and branches cannot be longer than six feet. Debris is to be placed on boulevards for pickup, or residents can take debris to a disposal site at Lake Road off 10th Street. Pickup will take up to two weeks.
Also, Altoona officials remind residents that the watering and burning bans are still in effect until further notice.