Town of Sunnyvale - May 13, 2022
Tripp Road update
The Town was given an estimated completion date of April 2022 for the completion of the culvert project on Tripp Road, however the rainy weather that has been experienced over the last few months has caused significant delays in meeting that date.
At this time, the contractor hopes to complete the work and have the roadway back open by the end of May, but this is also dependent on weather. Town staff is monitoring the project on a daily basis and the Town Engineer is working with the contractor to move the project forward.
Any other questions regarding Tripp Road can be directed to Town Engineer Lyle Jenkins - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Burn ban lifted
Sunnyvale Fire Department has lifted the burn ban for Sunnyvale. Since we have not caught up on the average rainfall for the year to date totals, please take a moment to remind yourself of the following if you are considering burning:
- Open burning can only be achieved with an authorized burn permit. Burn permits are issued Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Visit townofsunnyvale.org/burning for additional information or to fill out an application for a burn permit.
- No burning should take place when wind speeds are forecasted above 15 mph.
- Never leave the burn site unattended.
- Burning is solely for the purpose of land-clearing and only trees, brush, and limbs may be burned.
- If you do choose to burn, please ensure that the fire is extinguished before sundown.
- Burn piles are required to be at least 150 feet from structures and 50 feet from property lines and public roadways.
- Always have a water source or form of extinguishment available.
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