Spring Runoff Information

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The 2022-23 winter has produced a significant amount of snowpack which has the potential to impact spring runoff, mid-April to early June. The possibility of flooding from increased spring runoff is real. Working in partnership with Summit County and state agencies, Park City Municipal’s Emergency Management, Stormwater and Public Works teams are closely monitoring runoff conditions and are prepared to respond to flood emergencies.

Stay Informed

Visit the Summit County Flooding & Sandbag Information website for current updates and flood resources including flood insurance and a flood plain map locator.

Get notified about emergencies by signing up here for the Summit County Emergency Alert System. This system will provide critical information quickly in a variety of situations, including flooding.

Be Prepared


Sandbag Request From

Sandbags are a simple and effective way to prevent or reduce flood water damage. Park City Municipal is providing filled and unfilled sandbags to reduce flooding on residential or business property.  Up to 25 filled sandbags can be picked up at the Park City Public Works building located at 1053 Iron Horse Drive. Additional unfilled sandbags and sand are also available at this location. To request sandbags, please fill out a Sandbag Request Form or call our sandbag hotline 435-615-5463 (LINE).  

When calling the sandbag hotline, leave your name, number, Park City (84060) address, and when you want to pick up your bags.  

In emergency situations or after hours, please call 435-615-5500.

Flood Preparation Tips (source: floodsmart.gov)

  • Clear debris from your gutters - Make sure that you clear any debris from gutters and downspouts to avoid an accumulation of water.
  • Waterproof your basement - Install a water alarm and maintain a working sump pump to protect your basement. Install a battery-operated backup pump in case of power failure.

Is Your Home in a Flood Plain? 

  • Visit fema.gov to find out if your property is at risk.

Learn More

Looking for more flood preparedness tips? Visit ready.gov.

Flood Hazard Areas within Park City Municipal Boundaries