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You’re here because the public safety officials in your area are making strides to better protect you and your community with the CodeRED emergency notification system.

With CodeRED, state and local agencies can deliver geo-targeted, time-sensitive information to individuals who have registered to receive alerts. Notifications can be sent via email, SMS, voice, mobile app push notifications, IPAWS and more depending on the severity of the situation. Watch our video for an overview of what CodeRED can do for you, your family and your community.

Register for CodeRED Alerts

  1. Use your Google, Facebook or Twitter credentials to create an account for a quick log-in process.
  2. Include multiple points of contact to ensure public safety officials will be able to reach you in an emergency.
  3. Opt-in to receive general notifications to receive community bulletins.
  4. Make sure you keep this information up to date, especially if you move.
  5. Need step-by-step instructions? View our registrations guide.

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This unique mobile app allows the public safety officials in your area to reach you directly on your mobile phone by push notifications. The app is available for free on the Google Play or Apple Store with the option of a $.99 upgrade to receive weather alerts. Through this app you can customize the type of alerts you’d like to receive, alert radius, sounds and more. Download the CodeRED Mobile Alert app now!

Current Emergency Events/Alerts

Monitoring for Potential Springtime Flooding

For information on preparing for flooding and other emergency preparedness information see Cache County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management website.

Current Flooding / Monitoring Locations of Concern:

Porcupine Dam – Porcupine Dam is now full and water is spilling over the main concrete spillway free flow.  Dan Tender monitoring rising reservoir levels and also allowing water out irrigation spillway into local streams. East Canyon Road is now open to travel. Water still flows over road at twin culverts. Drive Carefully. Access to Cinnamon creek campground and reservoir is now open to the public.

East Fork of Little Bear River (porcupine reservoir outlet stream) – flooding along agricultural fields. National Weather Service has canceled The flood Advisory for the Little Bear River at Paradise affecting cache Valley. The little bear river near Paradise will continue to run high, fast and cold. Flows will remain high into early June, however, are currently forecast to remain below action stage for the Little Bear

East Fork of Little Bear River (near Paradise Stream Gauge) – Flooding along riverbanks & agricultural fields.  National Weather Service has issued a River Watch for rising flood water – Flood Watch is current through evening of May 12 2023

Blacksmith Fork River – near Hyrum – National Weather Service cancelled the flood advisory on May 19 2023 for the blacksmith Fork River near Hyrum affecting Cache County. The Blacksmith Fork river will continue to run high, fast and cold. Flows will remain high into early June, however are forecast to remain below action stage.

Hyrum Reservoir – Bureau of Reclamation – Downgraded the Emergency Level at Hyrum Dam from an Emergency Level 1 Non-Failure to an Emergency Level – 0 Internal alert. Conditions at the dam indicating concern have decreased, however the incident still requires continued heightened awareness.

Little Bear River – Below Hyrum DamDeclining inflows into Hyrum Reservoir have decreased probability of downstream releases exceeding the safe channel capacity below the dam. Currently Hyrum spillway is releasing an average of 675 cfs. Spillway flows will stay constant or be lowered to allow the reservoir to fill slowly in preparation for irrigation season.

Logan RiverNational Weather Service has canceled a flood advisory for the Logan River that was in effect until Late Friday Morning June 2, 2023 Flooding is still occurring along the Logan river both above Logan and on the west side of Logan but flows are slowly decreasing. – flooding is still occurring along river in the floodplain between Park Avenue 600 west) through Trapper Park – Trapper Park is Currently Closed to the public

Logan River – Logan Canyon – flooding protective measures continue for summer homes and cabins in Logan Canyon. Seasonal closures maintained on various campgrounds and some roads. Forest service has released public information regarding campground status and safety tips for recreation in the canyon in advance of Holiday weekend
Bear River – SR 218 UDOT bridge between Amalga and Smithfield – debris accumulation

Bear River – 2400 west 5400 North in Amalgaroad is now open to travel

Bear River – 5400 North Parsons Loop near Amalga, water over the road

Summit Creek – Road Closed at merger between lower canyon & upper Canyon

High Creek – Road Closed – flooding along the roadway and from out of the canyon

Seasonal County Road Closures : Road Closures:  Currently maintaining seasonal closures through May 15 2023 – see map for closures and sites of concern: https://www.cachecounty.org/road/road-condition-information.html  

Interested in Volunteering?

The Cache County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management is creating a list of individuals, families, businesses, and/or organizations interested in volunteering to assist in flooding response and recovery efforts. You can register for our project on Just Serve. Volunteering for this project will place you on a list of volunteers that can be called up as needs arises.. Thank you in advance for your help!