Be Flood Safe Regional Flood Control District

BE REACTIVE

WAIT OUT FLASH FLOODS
Most storms in Southern Nevada only last a couple hours. If it's raining and/or flash floods have been reported, stay inside. Don't drive.

AVOID FLOODED STREETS
If you have to go somewhere, drive safe and actively avoid flooded areas by checking our FloodSpot App, Twitter, Instagram and/or our Facebook news feeds. But remember, don't use your mobile phone while driving.

STOP FOR FLOODED STREETS
If you come upon a flooded street, stop immediately and gather your thoughts. Think so you will live. Plan an alternate route.

NEVER ENTER FLOODED STREETS
Always turn away from flooded streets. It only takes 12 inches of water to wash your car, truck or SUV off the road. Your life is at stake here. Turn around.

PROTECT OTHERS - KEEP YOURSELF SAFE
If you see flood waters approaching you on the road you're already driving on, slow down and exit the road safely, as soon as you possibly can. Once you're safe, pull over and notify others of the flooded street with our FloodSpot App.

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