Recent heavy rain causing sanitary sewer overflows

DUBUQUE, Iowa – (KWWL)- The City of Dubuque Public Works Department staff discovered a sanitary sewer overflow at Rosedale and West Locust around 7:30 Wednesday morning.

The Public Works Department is currently working to eliminate the overflows.

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources cautions people to keep their children and pets away from the noted area, which is posted, for 48 hours.

For more information, contact the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ Manchester Field Office at 563-927-2640 or John Klostermann at 563-589-4250.

Leslie Stone

Leslie Stone

Content Producer at KWWL.
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