Find Flood Maps
Our record-breaking winter snow pack has increased flooding risks.
Learn more about flood maps here.
Everyone lives in an area with some flood risk—it’s just a question of whether you live in a high-risk, low-risk, or moderate-risk flood area.
Whether you are in a high risk zone or not, you may need flood insurance because most homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flood damage. If you live in an area with low or moderate flood risk, you are 5 times more likely to experience flood than a fire in your home over the next 30 years. For many, a National Flood Insurance Program’s flood insurance policy could cost less than $400 per year. Call your insurance agent today and protect what you’ve built.
- Colorado Basin River Forecasting Center – Statewide flood forecasting
- Division of Emergency Management – Statewide emergency preparedness and emergency response information
- Flood hazard information – Flood information for community members
- Current Conditions – Current weather conditions from the National Weather Service
- 1-6 day flood forecast – Advanced hydrologic predictions from the National Weather Service
- Floodplain map and risk assessment tool maps that indicate which areas could be most impacted by flooding (maps are managed by local agencies and best know conditions in their areas)
- Bureau of Reclamation’s Snow to Flow Forecaster
National Weather Service Salt Lake City
- Website: https://www.weather.gov/slc/
- Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/NWSSaltLakeCity
- One to Six Day Flood Forecast: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/forecasts.php?wfo=SLC
Landslides & Debris Flow Info From Utah Geologic Survey
COUNTY-SPECIFIC INFORMATION – FLOOD MAPS, SANDBAG & VOLUNTEER INFO
Includes sandbag pick up locations
Help your neighbors who need assistance prepare for flood season by volunteering to be a Sandbag Samaritan! You could fill, transport, and/or help create sandbag barriers for those who cannot do so themselves. Sign up to be a Sandbag Samaritan today at https://t.co/RmPHAjECff