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.

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