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Lehi CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Training Opportunity

The Lehi CERT team is holding certification training that is open to the public. Training will be held from 6-9PM on September 7, 14, 21 and 28th at Lehi Fire Station #82 at 150 W 2600 N. Participants must register in advance at the link below. You must attend all classes to become certified, in addition to a mock disaster drill that will be scheduled later. The course fee is $20. PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) gear is recommended and costs $30. Class size is limited so you must sign up ASAP. Signup...

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Lehi CERT June 13 meeting notes

June 13 Meeting Notes- Opening - Brian Sump and Scott Scott DaBell Flooding status - Good news! Lehi CERT is now a 501(c)(3) - we can accept tax deductible donations, we have a checking account and will set up Venmo. Think of donation items needed and cost and make donation page for those items. Review minutes May meeting on Communication - Steven Mack Review new website. Please check it out! Callout discussion - Brian Sump Callout app GroupMe will no longer be used New app Slack - PLEASE...

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Are you a SLACKER?

Hello Lehi CERT! This month’s meeting (on TUESDAY, June 13th) at our normal time (7PM) at our normal place (Broadbent room at the PD) will be focused on Call-outs. We are testing an application called SLACK for Callouts and communications for CERT. It runs on PC/Mac, iOS and Android. Before our meeting time, if you are interested in trying out the application, please download this application (Slack) to your device. If you want to join us in testing Slack, send me your email. I will send you an invitation...

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ALERT! “…RISES TO CREEKS, STREAMS, AND RIVERS DUE TO INCREASED SNOWMELT...” Alert in Effect From 12:27 PM (MDT), April 29, until 3:00 PM (MDT), April 30 Streams, creeks, and rivers will continue to experience significant rises moving forward into early next week, especially low and mid elevation watersheds across the forecast area. Thereafter, flows are expected to remain at high levels through the end of the week. Waterways will be running high, fast, cold, and extremely dangerous increasing the risk of...

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Flood Stage!

Everyone should stay close to their radios and phones. We are in flood stage now and could get called out at any time to help fill and/or place sandbags. As we discussed in our meeting on 4/12, this is the most snow on record and it far surpasses past records. Spread the word and be vigilant. If you see a problem with water flow or flooding, call the Lehi Public Works department: Sandbagging instructional video link

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Hello Lehi!

Welcome to our NEW Lehi CERT website! If you see broken links or buttons, please let us know. Right now there are tons as we are just working on concepts and adding content. Please be patient. If you have ideas that we can incorporate, please let us know!

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