Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) FireWise Resources
Floods - What you should know living in UtahSalt Lake County Flood Control - Flood Preparedness Manual
Sandbags for Residents
Serious flooding issues should be reported to Millcreek during business hours at 801-214-2700 or after hours at 385-468-6101.
Sandbags are available at no cost to residents at the Salt Lake County Public Works Yard located at 604 W 6960 S in Midvale. Residents are allowed up to 25 bags which can be picked up anytime during regular business hours from 8 to 5 or after hours by calling ahead to 385-468-6101 to make arrangements.
If you have concerns or have had problems in the past, be prepared by having some sandbags at the ready.
Grab Your Kit, and Walk to School. A program that utilizes local elementary schools as communication and reunification hubs during catastrophic disasters.
Disaster Response skills taught right here in Millcreek. Sign-up for a course today.
- Preparing for Potential Outages
- Sign-up for outage alerts via your Rocky Mountain Power Account portal
- Report Outages, more reports can help zero in on the problem causing the outage.
- By Phone, 1-877-508-5088
- By Text, Text OUT to 759677 to report an outage; Text STAT to 759677 to check the status of your outage.
- Online here
- Rocky Mountain Power and Wildfire Safety
- Key Causes of Power Outages
- What Rocky Mountain Power Does to Restore Power
Being Financially Prepared for when disaster strikes
Explore the Emergency Financial First Aid Kit Opens a New Window. (EFFAK), a joint publication from Operation Hope and FEMA to help you prepare financially and provide tips to reduce the impact of disasters can leave you with financially.
Take these steps today to be prepared in the event of an emergency:
- Compile a digital copy of financial and critical personal, household, and medical information.
- Start saving money in an emergency savings account that can be used during a crisis. Keep a small amount of cash at home in a safe place, as credit/debit cards and ATM's may not work during a disaster.
- Obtain proper levels of property (homeowners or renters), health, and life insurance if you do not have them. Consider additional hazard insurance such as earthquake or flood insurance. Learn more about flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program.
Learn more about Financial Preparedness for individuals and organizations by visiting Ready.gov