After Thursday’s tornado damage in Marshalltown and the surrounding communities, the Salvation Army and the city of Marshalltown is asking for volunteers to help clean up damage.
According to our television partner KCRG-TV:
Marshalltown is now asking for volunteers to help clean-up tornado damage.
The city asks volunteers report to the HyVee parking lot in Marshalltown to contact the Salvation Army.
Those needing help from volunteers should also contact the Salvation Army, which will coordinate the volunteer efforts.
The city listed other resources for people needing help:
- The Compost Facility at 901 Woodland Street will be open for free tree debris drop-off until further notice, closing at 8:00 pm each evening. No building debris will be accepted.
- The City has placed a dumpster for the disposal of storm debris from the downtown damage. The dumpster is located behind the Tremont building in the parking lot.
- The Salvation Army will be registering volunteers at their Hy-Vee location. If you would like to volunteer or need a volunteer please stop by the Salvation Army while they are set up at Hy-Vee.
- The Curfew in Marshalltown will continue tonight. Curfew will begin at 9:00 pm and expire at 5:00 am tomorrow.
If you want to help our fellow Iowan’s in the Marshalltown community, please visit the city’s website for more information by clicking here.