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#Prepare for an emergency during working hours: At work, keep a personal emergency kit to help you get through the emergency until you are able to go home. It could be overnight or longer. #GetAKit for your work with this info from #BeReadyBusiness: http://ow.ly/BG7650KOzqF

Salt Lake County Emergency Mgmt. provides resource support during disasters & emergencies. When incidents occur, we work behind the scenes to coordinate, plan & mitigate threats, & keep county residents safe & informed to give residents peace of mind. https://slcoem.org/

September is National Preparedness Month. Prepare by building an emergency bag with essentials needed during/after a disaster. Being prepared means having food, water, & other supplies to last you & your family several days. List of recommended items: http://slcoem.org

09/06/22 Parleys Fire Update:

100% CONTAINED
I-80 now opened to a single lane
Size: 0.89 acres
No structures threatened

Cause: Vehicle Fire
No injuries

We thank all involved in today’s efforts including over 60 firefighters from 10 different local agencies.

@UtahWildfire

With a high temperature of 105°F so far today at Salt Lake City, we have again broken the monthly high temperature record for September. This is also the 33rd day with a high of 100°F or above this year and the 8th day in a row with a high of 100°F or above. #utwx

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