June 26th is Deadline for SCC Storm Debris Cleanup

June 26th is Deadline for SCC Storm Debris Cleanup

June 26th is the last day for St. Charles County tree and limb debris from the May 31st storm to be picked or dropped off at public dumpster sites in the area.

This huge pile of wood chips is what's left of tens of thousands of tons of trees that were knocked down by the storms on May 31st.   This pile is at the new St. Charles County Highway Department Garage on 94 just down from Francis Howell High School.   This mound is over 30 feet tall, over 200 feet long, and 50 to 60 feet wide in spots.

This huge pile of wood chips is what’s left of tens of thousands of tons of trees that were knocked down by the storms on May 31st. This pile is at the new St. Charles County Highway Department Garage on 94 just down from Francis Howell High School. This mound is over 30 feet tall, over 200 feet long, and 50 to 60 feet wide in spots.

As of June 18, the St. Charles County Highway Department and DRC Emergency Services, LLC have picked up an estimated 46,400 tons of tree and limb debris following the May 31 storm. As crews start to near the end of the cleanup, residents are advised to:

*         Place tree and limb debris at the curb for pickup in impacted areas east of Highway 94, north of Highway 40/61, south of Friedens Rd., along Arena Parkway including Pralle Lane, and along County snow routes adjacent to the defined area.

*         Drop off tree and limb debris at the following St. Charles County Highway Department facilities: 3890 Greens Bottom Road and 7101 Highway 94 (south of Highway 40/61).

*         Drop off non-electrical construction debris at the following public dumpster sites: St. Charles County’s Highway Department facility, 3890 Greens Bottom Road; Barnwell Middle School, 1035 Jungs Station Road; and Castlio Elementary, 1020 Dingledine.
For questions, please call the St. Charles County Highway Department at (636) 949-7305.