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Flood Preparedness Information
Be Prepared for a FloodThe Coconino County Flood Control District continues to analyze flood risk due to the Pipeline Fire. A heightened potential flood risk is anticipated in impacted areas. For additional information and recommendations, please see our links below. Also, sign up for emergency alerts at https://coconino.az.gov/2612/Emergency-Notification-System and remember to be in READY status for potential emergencies.
Floodwater Dangers While DrivingDue to wildfire activity, a heightened potential flood risk is anticipated in impacted areas. The Coconino County Flood Control District is working in conjunction with Coconino National Forest and other partners to analyze new impacts to flood risk due to the Pipeline Fire. Sign up for emergency alerts at https://coconino.az.gov/2612/Emergency-Notification-System and remember to be in READY status for potential emergencies.
Protecting Yourself and Your Family
- What To Do After a Flood
- Important Flood Control District Information
- After a Wildfire or Flood - Health Related Information
- Safety Recommendations when Re-entering Wildfire or Flood Impacted Areas
- After a Flood: Cleanup of Flood Water
- Flood Cleanup
Protect Your Pets and Livestock
Pets/Animals - After a Disaster
Other Important Information
Private Wells After Fire
Well and Pump Information
Tetanus immunizations are recommended for individuals working in flood areas. Vaccinations are available from your healthcare provider or the Coconino County Health and Human Services Wellness Clinic.