The City currently has a Emerald Ash Borer Management plan to help mitigate the further spread of EAB. This document can be found on our EAB page.
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The Public Works division can assist with determining if a tree is within the right-of-way. Please call (507) 593-8378.
Yes. Please contact Public Works at (507) 593-8378.
Contact a local tree contractor for the removal or injection of the infected Ash tree.
No, but it is recommended to remove any Ash tree to prevent further spread of EAB.
At the City's compost site located off of Boright Street.