Governor and Wyoming Office of Homeland Security Supporting Local Preparation and Closely Monitoring River Levels


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Above: Governor Gordon visits with emergency managers at the Carbon County Coordination Center in Rawlins.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A deeper-than-normal winter snowpack means there is a higher risk of flooding as temperatures rise and snow melts. Governor Mark Gordon reminds residents and community leaders that the State of Wyoming is committed to assisting and supporting local communities in their response preparation efforts for potential floods.

"We recognize the importance of proactively addressing this issue and have been busy offering our expertise, resources, and personnel to prepare local communities for any flooding," Governor Gordon said. "My priority is the safety and well-being of our citi...

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