WATCH: Colorado Springs forester talks city damage and storm cleanup after weekend snow
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - On Monday, City Forester Dennis Will discussed the forestry’s initial assessment of storm damage to trees citywide and address how the city is cleaning up from this weekend’s heavy, wet snowstorm.
WATCH FULL PRESSER at the top of this article.
Regional Parks, Trails and Open Space crews are assessing downed branches along the city’s Urban Trails system. Park and trail users are asked to exercise caution and patience as clean-up is underway.
- If a fallen tree or debris is touching a power line, do not touch the tree or the power line. Report the tree to your utility company.
- To report a down tree in the street or public right of way, use the GoCOS! app on a mobile device or call 719-385-ROAD.
- For city trees in parks, on trails, medians or other city property, report it using the GoCOS! app on a mobile device.
- The City cannot remove trees or debris on private property. A list of tree/debris removal companies can be found at ColoradoSprings.Gov/SpringStorm.
Copyright 2022 KKTV. All rights reserved.