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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.
For more information on flooding concerns or issues, please contact your municipal public works department, Salt Lake County Flood Control, or

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,

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…, If debris is within local roadways or intersections, contact your local city public works for those local drainage problems.

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