After severe weather moved through the area last night, wind and heavy rain related damage is being reported city wide. City crews are working diligently to restore power, clear streets, and address multiple locations with downed trees.
Residents can place brush from storm damage at the curb and the City Street Department will work on picking up brush over the next couple of weeks. The City can only accept brush that is 6 inches in diameter or less and 6 feet in length or shorter. Residents will need to find other means of disposing of larger debris.
If you believe downed trees in your area are from the right of way or from city property, please report this damage by calling City Hall at 715-284-2315 or emailing email@example.com . If emailing, please include your name, address, contact phone number, a description of the damage, and photos if available.
The Black River Falls Police Department is hoping that you can join them on Tuesday, August 3rd for a fun night of games and camaraderie at the Lunda Park! They’ll have K9 demonstrations and you’ll have a chance to meet and greet your local law enforcement personnel. Kids, bring your bicycles and helmets to ride through the bike safety course and get a free bike light courtesy of Jackson in Action! There will be a whole lot more….too much to list! This event is totally free and everyone is welcome!
S.C. Swiderski Homes officially closed on 5 resdiential lots in Lalapalooza Estates and are excited to bring 5 new construction homes to the Lallapalooza Subdivision in Black River Falls this year!
S.C. Swiderski Homes is a residential home builder that operates throughout the state of Wisconsin bringing single family housing options to communities. Each of their homes is specially designed and built by SCS Construction.
Stay tuned for more updates on this project!
Follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/scshomes
Come cool off at the Hoffman Aquatic Center all summer long!!
Due to the nationwide lifeguard shortage, Hoffman Aquatic Center will use a slightly modified schedule, and on occasion, may close off certain sections of the pool. These steps are necessary to create the safest possible swimming environment for the community.
Monday & Tuesdays 12pm-6pm
Thursday – Sunday 12pm-6pm
Family Resident $150 Non-Resident $200
Adult Resident $60 Non-Resident $90
Youth Resident $40 Non-Resident $60
Black River Falls Parks and Recreation will continue to recruit and train lifeguards to minimize inconveniences and maximize safety. If there are questions, patrons should contact the Black River Falls Parks and Recreation Department at (715) 284-9246.