The City of Roseville has completed a thorough damage assessment in the wake of last week's storm. The Roseville area did experience minor damage, mostly in the form of down trees and tree limbs and power outages.
The assessment revealed an emergency declaration was not necessary.
The City did experience some flooding in low-lying areas, but all roadways were clear of standing water within 24 hours.
The Public Works department spent much of last Wednesday clearing debris from roadway right-of-ways, while Xcel Energy crews work to restore power to pockets of the city that remain without electricity.
The Parks and Recreation department also spent most of Wednesday working on clean-up efforts of City trails and are now moving on to removing debris from City parks.
Residents wishing to report trees that may still be down from the storm or other storm damage on public property in Roseville should contact Public Works at 651-792-7004 during business hours or 651-767-0640 after business hours.
The City will not be picking up storm debris from private properties. Residents are responsible for clearing and disposing of down trees and limbs on private property and should contact their garbage hauler to find out about disposal options.
Residents may also take downed trees and limbs to a Ramsey County yard waste collection site. Call the Recycling & Disposal Hotline at 651-633-EASY (3279) or click the Yard Waste link at www.ramseyrecycles.com for more information.
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