National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month! The theme this year is “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. YOU CAN.”

Each week has a separate theme to help you #PlanAhead:

  • Week 1: September 1-9     Make a Plan for Yourself, Family and Friends
  • Week 2: September 10-16    Plan to Help Your Neighbor and Community
  • Week 3: September 17-23    Practice and Build out Your Plans
  • Week 4: September 24-30   Get Involved! Be a Part of Something Larger

Check out our Facebook page for more ways to #PlanAhead.

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Utah State Forester Fire Restriction Order

The following fire restrictions are for all unincorporated private and all state lands within Carbon, Emery, Grand, San Juan, Uintah, Duchesne, and Daggett counties.

**This does not affect private lands within incorporated towns or city limits.**

No aerial fireworks are permitted in city parks. As a reminder, it is illegal to light fireworks before July 1st.

Have a happy and safe summer!

Prepare for Spring Run-Off NOW!

“County Emergency Management recommends the public be prepared for spring runoff. If your home is by a ditch, canal, or creek, in a flood plain, or if you have experienced flooding before – buy sand and sandbags from our local hardware, home improvement, concrete supply, farm and ranch supply businesses. Get sandbags now!

Just like carrying insurance, defense of personal property against flooding is a homeowner’s responsibility. Should runoff be excessive, county sandbags will be used to protect critical infrastructure. Also, consult your local insurance agent to evaluate your flood insurance coverage.”

There is a difference between a no-notice event like a thunderstorm that delivers three inches of rain in a few hours and an expected event such as a healthy spring run-off. Please take the necessary precautions to prepare individual homes for water flowing toward the residence.

Our New Brand Promise and Logo!


Naples City Brand Promise:

Naples City is the gateway to northeastern Utah and the energy hotspot of the west. With a legacy of balancing work and play; Naples has a relaxing outdoor recreation destination with parks, open ranges, fishing, and hunting while sitting at the base of the Uinta mountains. The area has a rich history of being a destination to prehistoric dinosaurs dating back over 150 million years. With its friendly people, the community prides itself on the great oil and gas industries. It is a place that attracts the adventuresome, the risk takers, the hard working and those seeing a peaceful family lifestyle.