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Emergency Preparedness

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Natural Disasters

March 18, 2020 earthquake

As we begin the recovery efforts of the 5.7-magnitude earthquake that occurred March 18, we want to thank you for your patience and cooperation with our county public works department as they check buildings and infrastructure. If you have damage and would like to have your home/building inspected, please complete this online form :https://arcg.is/40zbe0 

The safety and well being of residents, businesses and visitors within the City of Taylorsville is of the upmost importance. Certain events such as fires, floods, earthquakes and others can happen at any time and with little or no warning.

Individual and familial preparedness will be extremely important when emergency services are overwhelmed. 

Accordingly, local officials strive to prepare the City at large and assist residents, community groups and organizations make their own preparations in the event of a wide-spread emergency or disaster.

Follow any of the links in this section to learn more about how you can better prepare yourself, your family and others for emergencies.

For further information or if you have questions about emergency preparedness, contact the City’s Emergency Response Coordinator.

Donny Gasu
Emergency Response Coordinator
801-963-5400
dgasu@taylorsvilleut.gov