Elk Ridge Residents Prepare For Debris Flow Off of Bald Mountain Fire Burn Scar, Need More Volunteers
Sep 30, 2018, 9:43 PM | Updated: 10:29 pm
ELK RIDGE, Utah – Volunteers worked all day Sunday in Elk Ridge to bag and place sand, and they still need more help.
Volunteers with the U.S. Marines from Charlie Company 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion showed up and gave their time to getting sandbags placed.
Staging of the sandbags will begin again Monday at 4 p.m. Elk Ridge officials are asking anyone who is willing to help to meet at the bus turn around the corner of Park Drive and Loafer Canyon.
They say parking will be limited and Loafer Canyon will be closed to through traffic. They are asking people to plan transportation accordingly.