Swingle Partners with City of Boulder in Flood Clean-Up
Neighborhoods devastated by the historic flooding are now left with the painful task of cleaning up and re-building. Before Colorado can restore and rebuild, we must remove the tons of debris left from the flood waters. “Hand-in-hand, communities along the Front Range are uniting to overcome challenges we’ve never faced before,” said Swingle CEO and owner Tom Tolkacz. Tom is personally leading Swingle teams as we partner with the City of Boulder to facilitate curbside flood clean-up. Swingle will collect debris for a three week period beginning Thursday, Sept. 26. Clean-up routes are determined and designed by City Management and FEMA.
For more information on debris collection, please contact the City of Boulder at 720-564-2196 or visit the City of Boulder Flood Info webpage. Another useful resource is the City’s Responses to Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
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