St. Louis County To Remove Trees & Branches Downed In Storm

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Houses in the neighborhood on Pralle Lane.

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO. (KTVI) – St. Louis County’s Department Of Highways and Traffic will begin removing downed trees, branches and other vegetative debris in unincorporated north St. Louis County by the Friday, May 31st storm.

The pick-up area will be limited to the area north and south of I-270.

All debri needs to be placed next to the curb, behind the curb.

Downed trees need to be cut by chainsaw and branches must be stack in piles.  County work crews will not pick-up any construction debri, other non-vegetative debri or enter any private property to pick-up debri.

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