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Waterfalls stop flowing at Gunlock State Park
Waterfalls at Gunlock State Park

The waterfalls at Gunlock State Park have ceased to flow due to an operational modification of Gunlock Reservoir requested by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation. High levels of visitation have made it difficult for individuals and families to social distance themselves from others during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading

Online Clearinghouse Keeps Recreators Informed Amidst COVID-19
Mountain biking at Escalante Petrified Forest State Park

In the wake of COVID-19, state and federal land managing agencies are coordinating together to help Utahns better navigate outdoor recreational opportunities, restrictions and changing conditions at both state and national parks, as well as other recreation areas statewide. Continue reading

New Strands of West Valley Fault Highlighted by Utah Geological Survey
West Valley fault area

The Utah Geological Survey recently published a geologic map that includes new strands and increased accuracy of the southern parts of the West Valley fault zone, in the middle of the Salt Lake Valley. Previous geologic maps of the area either showed the fault zone in less detail than the new map, or did not show the fault zone at all. Continue reading

Director of Utah Division of Water Resources Appointed

Todd D. Adams has been appointed to head the Utah Division of Water Resources. Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Brian Steed selected Adams to replace Eric Millis who retired after nearly 32 years with the division, six of those as the director. Continue reading