It looks like we encountered the most favorable conditions possible and while the Logan River is at or near flood stage, it is not expected to get worse at this time. Please see the latesty NWS briefing below.
Please exercise extreme caution as the rivers are fast flowing, freezing cold, and extremely dangerous. Keep children and pets away from these fast flowing waterways as they could easily and quickly be swept down stream.
There are closures up Logan Canyon due to flooding. You can view them here: http://fs.usda.gov/uwcnf
Active Watches and Warnings
The National Weather Service has issued a flood WARNING Read the entire text here.
The river is forecast to remain near or above flood stage until further notice, at least through the first week of June. This warning currently goes through Monday, June 8th.
Keep children and pets away from the Logan River. Water is running fast and cold (hypothermia can set in after about a minute and a half), and can sweep children and pets away (river is flowin 9-10 mph). Flooding is imminent or already occuring.
Campers and hikers should avoid areas near the Logan River and nearby tributaries.
Updates from the National Weather Service
Brian McInerney, the National Weather Service Hydrologist, will be providing Logan City with weekly updates regarding flows of the Logan River. Please follow the links below to see these updates.
Logan River Flow Update June 5, 2017
Logan River Flow Update May 30, 2017
Logan River Flow Update May 23,2017
Logan River Flow Update May 11,2017
Logan River Flow Update May 4, 2017
Updates from Logan City
The City has worked with home owners to stake flood levels along the Logan River from First Dam to 1000 West. These stakes will assist property owners in evaluating how to deal with possible flooding. We will continue to update this website with current information.
Public Safety Message
Please exercise extreme caution around water as the rivers are fast flowing, freezing cold, and extremely dangerous.
Keep children and pets away from these fast flowing waterways as they could easily and quickly be swept down stream.
TThe City will not remove sand bags from private property once the threat of flooding is over. Each property owner is responsible for disposing of the sandbags and sand.