SALT LAKE

COUNTY

EMERGENCY

MANAGEMENT

SERVING THE 1.2 MILLION CITIZENS OF SALT LAKE COUNTY, UTAH

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Thank you to the over 500 residents, neighboring counties, our stakeholders, and all our jurisdictions for providing us with feedback to improve our 2019 Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Salt Lake County Emergency Management team knows enhancing mitigation efforts is essential to maintaining our resilient community. Please continue to share your feedback on how our team can improve our mitigation efforts by reaching out to us at kbevan@unifiedfire.org.

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Click here to view the final Salt Lake County Hazard Mitigation Plan

Click here to view the final annexes to the Salt Lake County Hazard Mitigation Plan

NOTICE: Salt Lake County Emergency Management is working on creating a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) that will continue to identify annexes identifying the myriad of natural and man-made disasters that Salt Lake County faces.  We will be soliciting public input throughout the process and will provide information as those community events occur.

Want to know who your local Emergency Manager is?  Click on your city, or enter your address into the interactive map below and if you click the 'red' button, your Emergency Manager's name and contact information will appear

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