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Soil Map

This map from the U.S. Forest Service  Emergency Stabilization-Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team shows the severity of burned out areas from the Pole Creek, Bald Mountain area fires.


This tool allows users to see how various events are projected to impact areas of Utah County. Click on the "debris flow" tab to see how a mudslide or other similar event might affect your area. Please note that at this time the areas of heightened concern for such an event include areas affected by burn scars including but not limited to Birdseye, Elk Ridge, Woodland Hills, Mount Loafer Canyon, Indianola, Covered Bridge, Payson, and Santaquin.


Click on the link below for an up to date evacuation map for the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires.

Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) are placed around wildland fires to allow aircraft to support the fire without interference. If there is an intrusion, by drones or other aircraft, we are forced to ground all aerial attack for the safety of the pilots. It is a federal offense to encroach on this TFR. Help keep your communities safe by respecting all closures and TFRs.--U.S. Forest Service Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest 

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