City Closes a Pair of Tree Branch Collection Sites, Cleanup to Continue Through Sunday
City of Casper officials have closed two tree branch collection sites.
Pete Meyer, Casper’s assistant public services director, says branch collection sites at the University of Wyoming Agriculture Extension Office on Fairgrounds Road and the North Casper Recycling Depot on K Street have been filled.
Three new branch collection sites have been opened: One on Wyoming Boulevard near Fairside Road, one at the corner of 25th Street and McKinley Street and one on Brian Stock Trail north of K Street.
Meyer says roughly 48 workers from the city’s public services department put in 12-hour shifts on Saturday trying to clean up debris. He also says city workers will conduct 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. cleanup shifts on Sunday.
Update 5:30 p.m. Sunday: City officials reopened the tree branch collection site at the University of Wyoming Agriculture Extension Office on Sunday.