Seek information and assistance from your own city Administration, and then work with your city administrators.
Access information on the Cache County website. If you need further assistance, you can contact the Cache County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management at: 435-755-1059.
Information is found on the Cache County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management webpage under Flooding. Additional information can be found at 2023 Spring Flooding Information | Flood Hazzards
If you live in a city, confer with your respective city administration. If you live in an unincorporated area you can call Cache County Floodplain Manager (Public Works) – (435-755-1560) to obtain flood plain information. If you want to know about purchasing flood insurance, you can contact your local insurance agent or see the FEMA Floodsmart.gov website for flood insurance information.
You can go to the Cache County Public Works website and look at the Dashboard of Current Road Conditions. There are marked locations of trouble spots.
You can go to Lowes, Home Depot, Tractor Supply, or some of the other home improvement stores here in the valley. If you want to purchase sand, you can go to one of the many landscaping businesses in the valley. Cities and the County may distribute sandbags and sand if there is an emergency.
Work with your city Administrative offices or your city Public Works Departments. If you live in the unincorporated areas of the county, you can go to the Cache County Sheriff's Office (1225 W 200 N, Logan) where, during an emergency, there will be a container of sand and sandbags available for self-filling. There is information on the Cache County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management website under flooding about how to use sandbags.
You can organize groups from your neighborhood or work through your local homeowner’s association. You can work with your respective city Public Works Department. You can also talk with someone who is on your local CERT team in your neighborhood. If you need information on how to sandbag a specific location, you can go to the Cache County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management website under Flooding to access the Army Corp of Engineer sandbagging guide
Let your local homeowner’s association in their neighborhood know, or contact a member of your local CERT team in your neighborhood or city, You can also contact 211 and put your name on an availability list, then when opportunities happen you can be called on to help. Help your neighbors.
Within your respective city, consult with your city Public Works Department. If you are in an unincorporated area of the county, you can consult with the Cache County Public Works Department (435-755-1560),or the Cache County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management (435-755-1059).
You can seek information from the Bear River Health Department at 435-792-6570 for information and safety tips, and how to safely remove it. Or, you can contact a private restoration company.