Coconino County is currently under a Flash Flood Watch from the National Weather Service.
To prepare for a shelter in place or evacuation order, residents should prepare an emergency kit that contains clothes, medicines, and important documents for each member of the family and household pets to last a minimum of 3 days.
An emergency plan should also be prepared that includes a means to alert family members and a plan to move livestock to safety. As always, obey all lawful orders and follow instructions for emergency alerts.
Sign up for emergency alerts at https://coconino.az.gov/ready.
Did you know the risk of flooding increases after a wildfire? There are some important tasks you should complete to make sure you're #FloodAware and Prepared!
☑️ Store irreplaceable documents, pictures, and other valuables in a waterproof container.
☑️ Clear debris from your home's gutters and downspouts.
☑️ Elevate your furnace, water heater, washer & dryer, and electric panel at least 12" off the ground wherever possible.
☑️ Anchor any outside propane or fuel tanks.
☑️ Construct barriers to prevent water from entering your home. Self-service sandbags are available at the Coconino County HHS building, 2625 N. King St in Flagstaff.
For more tips, please visit https://ein.az.gov/flood-risk
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ICYMI: Coconino County had proud successes and contributions this year. We're highlighting them leading up to the new year. First up: U.S. Forest Service and NRCS pledged a total of $7M in fed funding for watershed restoration, a critical first step for flood mitigation. Thank you to all who helped make this happen!
Last month, the U.S. Forest Service announced $3.5 million in funding to Coconino County's Flood Control District for on-forest watershed restoration measures.
Thank you to Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Senator Mark Kelly, and Rep. Tom O'Halleran for their instrumental efforts in securing this critical funding.
Coconino County also thanks the U.S. Forest Service and all those who helped secure this funding for Coconino County Flood Control District's on-forest watershed restoration measures.
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