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
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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.