What is flooding?
Flooding is the overflow of water onto lands that are normally dry and is the most commonly experienced natural hazard. Desert terrain, snowmelt, and valleys and canyons surrounded by steep mountainous slopes can all contribute to the risk of flooding. When flooding occurs, erosion and considerable deposition of soil and debris can cause additional damage and other hazards. (Source UGS)
Explore the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) federally-designated flood risks for areas of the Central Wasatch.