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 PUBLIC INFORMATION NOTICE

Due to recent heavy rains and spring run-off, the Summit Creek Irrigation Reservoir, just east of Summit Ridge, has reached capacity.  On behalf of Summit Creek Irrigation Company, Santaquin City Public Works crews worked proactively to create a controlled release situation of excess water.  That excess water has been safely channeled and potential further damage to structures or roadways has been averted for now.  Additionally, pumps have been deployed to further mitigate issues that might arise from further spring run-off.  However, we need to remain vigilant as temperatures rise and water levels increase.

Residents are encouraged to stay away from any water source; river, fast-running stream, etc. for safety reasons and to keep a close eye on children and pets around any water you may encounter in your Spring recreation activities.

Check Santaquin.org or Santaquin City Facebook pages for ongoing updates.


 

Santaquin Canyon is closed until further notice. For more information, visit: https://www.ksl.com/article/46542839/hard-closure-in-place-for-santaquin-canyon-after-massive-mudslide

Unstable conditions in Santaquin Canyon after a mudslide prompts the U.S. Forest Service to implement a closure, even for people on foot, beyond the gate at the Trumbolt day use area Tuesday, April 30, 2019. Photo: Chopper 5, KSL TV

 


Message from the Emergency Manager

Santaquin City’s, Emergency Management division strives to make Santaquin City more resilient, by preparing for, mitigating against, responding to, and assisting in the City’s recovery from both natural and man-made disasters, as well as, larger-scale emergencies. Santaquin City’s, Emergency Management foundation include; a Prepared Community, Prepared Schools, Prepared Businesses, and a Prepared City.

This site provides information, links, and resources related to emergency preparedness, which will help the residents of Santaquin City to become more prepared and the City become more resilient. Please feel free to contact Chris by email at CLindquist@Santaquin.org if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Chris Lindquist
Emergency Manager
clindquist@santaquin.org


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