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Posted on: June 30, 2014

Monsoon Awareness and Flooding

Streets flood quickly! A car can float in as little as a foot of water! Do not cross flooded areas! Respect all barricades.

If you see, or experience, a flooding emergency, please call 911.

For non-emergency flooding concerns, please call 213-2100 or the Streets Section at 774-1605.

Please do not leave trash cans, trash and debris in any area subject to flooding. It will float downstream and plug up stormdrains.

If your property or home is impacted by flooding, the Stormwater Management Section will investigate the cause and may be able to help. Please contact Kyle Brown to report property flooding concerns at 213-2473.

The City of Flagstaff operates a small network of radio-telemetered gauges that transmit rainfall and streamflow information in real-time (as it occurs). If you would like to see this information for the various locations in the City, plus the rain gauges in the Schultz burn area you will need Google Chrome or Firefox. Use the "Addtional Info..." link below.

Sandbags can be obtained across from Fire Station Number 2, located at 1701 E. Ponderosa Pkwy. Although there are some prepared sandbags stacked and available, unfortunately, this sandbag filling area is not manned & people will need to fill their own sandbags if there is not an immediate supply of filled bags available.

Let’s make this a safe monsoon season!

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