WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (KDVR) — The Wheat Ridge Police Department says it has received many reports of downed branches, trees, debris, and traffic hazards after thunderstorms rolled through the area overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
WRPD shared a photo of a massive tree branch blocking the road near 46th Place and Newland Street.
Police said the city’s public works department will assess the damage once daylight arrives.
If you have trees, branches, or debris down on the road in your neighborhood, you can contact the Jefferson County dispatch’s non-emergency number at 303-271-0211.
There will also be SLASH collections in Jefferson County through August:
- Thu Jul. 28 – Sun Jul. 31 Slash Collection at Settlers Drive Property
- Thu Aug. 4 – Sun Aug. 7 Slash Collection at Settlers Drive Property
- Thu Aug. 11 – Sun Aug. 14 Slash Collection at Settlers Drive Property
- Thu Aug. 18 – Sun Aug. 21 Slash Collection at Marshdale Property
- Thu Aug. 25 – Sun Aug. 28 Slash Collection at Marshdale Property
More heavy rain is on the way with a major surge of monsoon moisture set to arrive on Thursday and Friday.
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