Tonkawa Ice Storm Tree Debris Removal has begun

Mike Seals - December 7, 2020 10:21 pm

The City of Tonkawa has sent out the following press release:

The City of Tonkawa has contracted Diemer Construction and will begin to collect and remove ICE STORM TREE DEBRIS ONLY.  This collection process may take a few weeks to complete.

ICE STORM TREE DEBRIS will be the only items picked up.  Tree limbs must be placed at the curb and NOT in the Street or on the Sidewalk.  YOU must make sure that Ice Storm Tree Debris are away from obstructions like poles, mailboxes, other trees, water meters, and gas meters.  Do not place tree debris in alleyways.

Crews WILL NOT pick up debris that is blocked by vehicles parked in the street(s).  Please park vehicles in driveways so as not to impede the tree limb removal process.

Thank you for your patience as we work through this process, together!


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