UTAH WATER WATCH UPDATE
By Jago Ayllon on March 16, 2023
Utah Water Watch update: what locations still offer sand bags?
SALT LAKE CITY — Spring runoff is on its way. Currently, cities are warning against flooding and offering sand bags as a way to prevent water movement.
In order to stay ahead of Utah’s record high snow totals and water, Public Work’s offices are offering a way to be proactive by offering sand bags.
In some instances, Utah school districts are getting involved:
For others along the Wasatch Front, here is an updated list of where you can find sandbags and fill stations.
– Cache County Sheriff’s Office, 1250 West 200 North in Logan.
– Draper City, Andy Ballard Arena, 1600 Highland Dr. Fill station is open 24 hours but requires your own shovel.
– Harrisville City Public Works, 1350 North US 89.
– Hyrum City, 600 East 75 North.
– North Ogden Public Works, 165 East Lomond View Dr.
– Salt Lake City, Department of Public Utilities, 1530 South West Temple in SLC (limit 1o). New bags are replenished every morning and it is first come first served.
– Salt Lake County Sandbag Shed, 604 West 6960 South.
– Springville, Canyon Road trailhead, Community Park, and the Fieldhouse (old pool).
– St George Rescue Center, 575 E. Brigham Road. Fill station is available for larger orders but pre-filled sand bags are also available.
– Tooele City, multiple locations.
– Wasatch County Public Works, 1891 West 3000 South. Fill bags stations are open, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
– Wellsville City, 200 South 400 West.