More than 4,000 Tonnes Of Flood Material Collected In Windsor


The City of Windsor has collected more than 4,000  tonnes of flood material since last month's storm.

During the September 2016 flooding, 1,600 tonnes were collected.

The city says it is making visible progress in Ward's 1,6 and 10 where the heaviest flooding took place.

A return to these wards will come following full passes in Windsor's other seven wards.

A decision on resuming recycling will take place on Monday, September 18th but if all goes well this weekend, recycling could return on Tuesday, September 19th.

The 311 Call Centre has received 6,201 basement flooding reports.

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Flood damaged garbage put at the side of the road in west Windsor on September 5, 2017. (Photo by Ricardo Veneza)

The Public Drop-off depot on Central Ave will return to regular operation and fees on Monday, September 18th.