Norfolk County staff continue to assess the impact of yesterday’s wind storm, which caused flooding and damage in a number of areas.
A number of roads across the county remain closed due to downed trees, hydro wires and scattered debris.
These include part of Main Street, Walker Street and Harbour Street in Port Dover and Hastings Drive on Long Point, among others.
The public is asked to be patient while crews work with Hydro One to safely clear the roads.
The Norfolk County Fire Department responded to 40 storm-related calls for service, mainly involving trees falling on hydro wires.
The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reminds residents to have their drinking water tested if their well or cistern has been affected by flood waters, and to monitor their septic system for damage.