Waterford City and County Council has called for people to get in touch if they have any information about debris or fallen trees.
The Council’s crisis management team has been meeting regularly since Sunday to discuss the work needed on the county following Storm Ophelia.
There were over a hundred fallen trees strewn across County Waterford last night, with damage throughout towns and villages.
Waterford Garda Sergeant Gavin Hegarty says it will be some time before the clean-up is completed.
Over four thousand homes are still without power in Waterford City and County.
The County has been worst affected.
Some areas should have supplies back by 5pm this evening and others
Electricity supplies are still out in a number of areas in County Waterford.
Fews, Kilmacthomas, Ballylaneen, Waterford Industrial Estate, Dunhill, Fenor, Tramore, Ballinameela, Lismore and Cappoquinn are some of the areas still without power.
Nationally 245,000 people remain without power – with some expected to be without supply – for up to 10 days.
Irish Water say some customers, in County Waterford are experiencing loss of water supplies.
Affected areas include Lismore, Aglish, Inchinleamy, Camphire, Strancally, Ballysaggart, Dunhill and Modeligo.
In addition, a Boil Water Notice has been issued for the Knockalisheen supply.
Irish Water, working with the HSE, will continue to monitor the supply and work to restore it to compliance as quickly as possible.
Irish Water is working with Waterford County Council to restore these supplies as quickly as possible.
The HSE says that due to cancelled appointments over the past 24 hours , people can expect some delays in their appointments and discharges from hospitals in Waterford over the next few days.
It’s anticipated that outpatient services at University Hospital Waterford will be fully provided today, but it may be necessary to cancel some elective surgery with urgent cases prioritised.
Community services will return to normal in County Waterford today.
It is expected that both Emergency Departments and GP clinics will be very busyt with increased demands on those services. Priority will be given to the most urgent cases.
Bus and rail services are back to normal with all companies in Waterford today however there may be delays or changes to routes because of fallen trees or debris on the roads.