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Daily Flooding Situation Report April 22

Saturday April 22, 2023

Significant State Activity

Active The State of Utah has declared a State of Emergency due to flooding, expiring 5/18/23.

Active Active Areas of Flooding Concern – (Region 1) Weber River, Ogden River, Hyrum Dam, (Region 2) Emigration Creek near Salt Lake City’s East Bench, Spanish Fork Canyon, between 1500 E. and 1700 E. in Salt Lake City, the Town of Alta, Big Cottonwood Creek, Little Cottonwood Creek, and Parleys Canyon burn scar. (Region 4) Baker Dam, (Region 6) Bear Fire burn scar, Trail Mountain burn scar, Scofield Reservoir, Clear Creek, (Region 7) Pack Creek, Mill Creek, Spanish Valley, Bluff, and the Dolores River.*

*Areas area identified through various local and State resources and reflect a range of timeframes for concern

Other Immediate Concerns
Active Current flood risk is spring runoff, increasing streamflows, and snowmelt.
Current State (SERT) Actions
New The State EOC has changed activation levels.  We are now at Activation Level 2-Partial Activation.
Active Activated Emergency Support Functions: ESF #1, ESF #5, ESF #14, ESF #15, Logistics, VDCT, and Finance.
Region 1
Davis County
Active Kaysville City has declared a local emergency due to significant runoff damage in the Orchard Ridge Division, expiring on 5/19/23.
Morgan County
Active Morgan County declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/18/23.
Region 2
Salt Lake County
Active Millcreek declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/13/23.
Active Emigration Canyon declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/12/23.
Active Salt Lake County declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/13/23. Active Salt Lake City declared a local emergency relating to flooding, expiring on 5/12/23.
Summit County
Update Based on the recent increase in flooding incidents and activity, the Summit County EOC is increasing their Level to PARTIAL ACTIVATION effective 4/21/23.
Region 3 Juab County
Active Juab County declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/17/23.
Millard County
Active Millard County has extended their declaration for upcoming flooding to 8/31/23.
Region 4
Washington County
Active Washington County declared a local emergency related to flooding, expiring on 5/19/23.
Region 5 No significant updates to report at this time.
Region 6/7 No significant updates to report at this time.
Tribal Nations No significant updates to report at this time.

Impact and activity information is provided by Local Emergency Management partners, the State Emergency Response Team (SERT), and private and non-profit partners through various coordinating communication channels. This is a developing situation, and information may quickly become outdated. Additional situation reports may be made as verified information becomes available.

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