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Spring runoff is high this year, and water is expected to run high through August. Major flooding is not expected, but Salt Lake County employees are ready to keep people and property safe. Stay informed at

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May is #WildfireAwarenessMonth. If you own or operate a vehicle, you can help prevent wildfires.

✅ DO:
- Check your tire pressure.
- Replace worn brake pads.

- Let anything drag from your vehicle.
- Park on dry grass or brush.
- Throw cigarettes out windows.

Register now for the STOP the Bleed training taking place this Saturday, May 18, in South Salt Lake. Learn how to use a tourniquet, stop mass bleeding, and apply life-saving practices. @southsaltlake

Streams and creeks are running at full capacity. Get sandbags in advance if you're in an area subject to flooding:

Flood Control Sandbag Shed
604 West 6960 South
Midvale, UT 84047

Open Monday-Friday 7am-5pm

Bring a shovel to fill your own sandbags.

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Morning temperatures are looking very chilly, especially for your Wednesday morning. Freezing or sub freezing temperatures are forecast for several northern Utah valleys. Make your necessary protections for outdoor plants and agriculture. #UTwx

The City can help deliver sandbags for people who are elderly or disabled. Call us at 801-944-7002 or visit us during a sandbagging event and we will add you to our schedule.
For further details, please visit:

The Public Works team will also have limited prefilled bags available for residents who can’t fill their own, and sandbags are available for Cottonwood Heights residents only. You must show identification with a Cottonwood Heights address to pick up sandbags.

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