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Town Manager authorizes additional resources for storm clean-up

On Monday, September 8, large portions of Oro Valley experienced “hundred-year flood” levels, which resulted in significant damage and storm debris.

Town staff have been out in the field every day since the storm, assessing damage, addressing safety concerns and clearing debris. Due to the large volume of storm damage, additional resources are being allocated to expedite the recovery process

September 11, 2014

"The Storm we had on Monday hit our community very hard, and we have been in clean-up mode ever since,” commented Town Manager Greg Caton. “Recognizing that we need to make quicker progress to clean up our streets, I have reallocated all appropriate staff resources to work on this effort, as well as funding to contract with outside resources to clear and haul debris. We ask for the patience of the community as clearing the debris will take weeks."

In the next few days, the Town will provide additional information to the public via press releases, the Town’s website and social media about specific work being performed in their neighborhoods as well as links to information on storm recovery and preparing for future events.