Navajo County Flood Update 7/24/2021


More thunderstorm and shower activity is anticipated throughout the day and into the night. Continue to take necessary precautions and prepare yourselves and homes for increased rainfall.

Most affected areas:

▪️White Mountain Lakes area


▪️Show Low



Road Closures:

Silver Creek Drive between Daggs Street and Summer Place

Silver Creek Blvd. @ Silver Creek

Farnsworth Crossing in Pinedale is closed but Mortenson is open. 

Flooded Road warning signs on Bourdon Ranch Road near Hatchery – road is passable but motorists need to go slow

Burton Rd. and Lone Pine Dam Rd. have both been opened this morning. Proceed with caution.


Sandbag Operations:

There are sandbags staged throughout the region should you need them to protect your property. Please bring your own shovel and be prepared to fill the sandbags at the majority of the locations. The sandbag supplies are located at:

▪️The Navajo County Mogollon Complex in Heber – 2188 Country Club Drive

▪️Behind the Heber-Overgaard Fire Station – 2061 Lumber Valley Road

▪️1281 E. Thornton in Show Low near the former Pet Allies location

▪️Round Valley Road Yard -Junction of HWY 191 and US-180

▪️St Johns Road Yard -CR 6007

▪️Vernon Fire District -25 ACR 3142, Vernon, AZ 85940

▪️Pinetop area at Mountain Meadow Recreation Park, 1001 S. Woodland Road.

▪️White Mountain Lakes Community Center, 1785 Edmonds Circle.

▪️For White Mountain Apache Tribal members please call 928-338-1504 or 928-338-1505 to request sandbag delivery.

▪️Snowflake/Taylor residents in need can reach out to their local municipalities after-hours service.

Silver Creek Drive Closure

Silver Creek Drive between Daggs Street and Summer Place is closed.

▪️Roadway remains closed due to deep water.

▪️Access to residential areas are open from White Mountain Lake Blvd to the closure, and from Bourdon Ranch Road on the east to the closure.

Our Public Works crew is working in partnership with Navajo County Sheriff’s Office to clear debris on roads, control traffic, remove silt and blade washed out gravel roads and driveways.

Though we haven’t had widespread reports of power outages, remember to stock up on supplies in case of an outage and, if possible, report the outage to your local provider. APS outages can be reported online at

Interested in rainfall amounts by location? Our Public Works Department has you covered! Visit their Flood Control webpage and view an interactive map at:…/Navajo-County-ALERT…

For your safety, never cross a roadway that has water flowing over it and stay away from areas that have the potential for flooding during heavy rains.

Continue to follow our local National Weather Service for updated official forecast information.

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