Latest Post

Police release chilling surveillance footage of Tennessee school shooting that claimed six lives, including three children. Senate Staffer Stabbed in Vicious Random Attack in DC Neighborhood

The Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities is giving out almost 7,000 sandbags to residents to help prevent flooding as rain hits the area.

With strong winds, heavy rain, and even snow hitting the region, the Utah Highway Patrol is urging people to stay home and stay safe, as they have already responded to multiple accidents caused by the extreme weather conditions.

Meanwhile, the city is monitoring the situation closely and is already doing controlled water releases from reservoirs to mitigate flooding.

Residents can pick up sandbags at the Salt Lake City Public Utilities building on 1530 Southwest Temple, with a limit of 10 per household.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *