Time to get the chainsaw out. The heavy, wet snow that fell in Northern Colorado is now causing more problems as residents return home to find tree limbs down in their yards across Northern Colorado. In Greeley, this seemed to be a problem all over the city. The City of Greeley is offering free pick-up and a drop-off site for downed tree limbs

The City’s Public Works crews set-up a drop-off location near Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley. The free drop site is located at 14th Avenue and A Street on the southwest corner across the street from the entrance to Centennial Village Museum. It is open today, through November 15th.

In addition to offering the free drop site, City crews will also be assisting residents until November 7 picking up downed limbs at the curb in all city neighborhoods.  Residents are asked to move their limbs to the curb for pick up.  Elderly and disabled residents will be eligible for additional assistance clearing the tree limbs from their property. For assistance, these residents can use the City’s Snow & Ice Hot Line:  351-SNOW (7669).

[ via GreeleyGov.com ]