BRAWLEY – The City of Brawley has released an update on the storm that hit Monday, September 9.
Brawley City Manager Rosanna Bayon Moore gave a recap as of 11:30am, Tuesday.
- Thirty two storm related calls came in to Brawley dispatch last night
- City Wastewater Treatment Plant and Fire Station No. 1 lost power, backup generators were utilized until power was restored
- One primary residential structure was damaged in the 1100 block of E Street
- Multiple accessory structures in residential areas reported as damaged
- One parked vehicle crushed by fallen palm tree, no injuries
- Allied Waste working with City to establish drop off time at landfill (3354 Dogwood Road) for City residents wishing to dispose of tree limbs or storm related debris
- Street utilities crews, approximately 10 staff members, called out to address immediate traffic related hazards
- Thirteen large trees identified as of this morning in City Right of Way
- City street light damaged at B and western Streets and was addressed within a couple of hours of event
- Potential storm water damage in vicinity of North Imperial Avenue
There is a slight chance of a thunderstorm Tuesday evening, which will be last of the many days of this weather pattern.