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1) Our public works team will provide sand, bags + shovels to fill bags at the public works yard (6579 S. 3000 E.):
oApril 1: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
oApril 3-7: 3-8 p.m.
oApril 8: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
oApril 10-14: 3-8 p.m.
oApril 15: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Find out if you're at risk for flooding. https://ufa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/instant/interactivelegend/index.html?appid=988696c93c964a0695a4a319c793102f&locale=en
For more information on flooding concerns or issues, please contact your municipal public works department, Salt Lake County Flood Control, or http://Slcoem.org
Both wind-drifted and new snow avalanches will likely fail 1-2’ deep, but have the potential to fail deeper at the new/old snow interface that is now down 2-5’ in places. For that reason, cautious route-finding, and conservative decision-making will be essential today.
Where do I find Sandbags?
Find a list of sandbagging filling locations on our website, https://slcoem.org/sandbag-locations/
Remember, bring a shovel and gloves and fill the sandbags a little over ½ full to leave space to tie the bag shut.
If the debris is in a river, creek, stream, or canal, contact SLCO Flood Control at 385-468-6600 or report the issue online https://slco.vueworks.com/CitizenRequestPortal/…, If debris is within local roadways or intersections, contact your local city public works for those local drainage problems.