Update: As of 11:20 AM on August 4, 1300 East, Highland Drive, and the Roundabout at Mike Weir Dr have reopened and are accessible. Bangerter Pkwy is now open for traffic, with one lane still closed going uphill. Please drive carefully through this area.
On August 3, Draper City was hit with heavy rainfall that resulted in flooding. Due to flooded roads, Draper City Police advised avoiding Highland Drive, Bangerter Pkwy, and Minuteman Dr. As rainfall increased, these roads were shut down: Highland Dr at 1300 East, Roundabout at Rambling Rd and Mike Weir Dr, and Bangerter Pkwy from 13800 South to Highland Dr.
Many residents experienced flooding issues, resulting in property damage. The City recommends that any property owners affected contact their insurance companies to see about coverage. Draper City will be providing residents with an update regarding the process of reporting damage to personal and City property.
All City and County resources have been dedicated to public road cleanup and access. Draper City Mayor Troy Walker declared a state of emergency due to flooding in order to receive additional aid. The City has coordinated with Salt Lake County Emergency Management for support with equipment to help clear roads.
Residents have been coming together to help one another in the aftermath of the storm. Please check on your neighbors and lend a hand wherever possible.