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The city of Brighton is urging residents to use caution as they deal with broken tree limbs after the Aug. 6 storm.
Here are some tips when dealing with storm-damaged trees:
Check for hazards: …
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Visit http://static.colostate.edu/client-files/csfs/pdfs/FINAL_Storm_Damage_Quick_Guide.pdf for the CSFS guide to dealing with storm-damaged trees. If you would like to hire a tree company, go to brightonco.gov/forestry to see the list of approved/certified tree companies.
Brighton residents (no contractors) may call the city’s parks and 0pen space department at 303-655-2054 to make an appointment to drop off limbs at the city’s free limb disposal site.
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