July 6, 2021

Staff will begin an additional street by street clean-up of storm debris on Wednesday, July 7 and is expected to continue until the end of the month. This one-time clean-up of trees, branches and vegetation will help residents clear debris after a strong summer storm on June 29. 

Residents can bring debris to their boulevard or curb for collection. Storm debris must be separated from regular waste collection, and it should not block sidewalks or road access. City crews will not return once a street has been cleared.

Dangerous and urgent debris around the city has been cleared and residents can continue to report problems online.

Smaller branches and storm debris will also be collected through the Region of Waterloo’s regular yard waste collection program with approved containers and bundling. Debris drop-offs at city leaf depots will not be accepted.

Residents can subscribe to this page for updates or view our clean up map to see which streets have been cleared.