DRAPER -- Fire officials in Draper are distributing sandbags to residents as they anticipate rainfall that could trigger mudslides.
The Deseret News (http://bit.ly/qoDHga ) reports the fears come after a weekend fire in an area that had a wildfire and mudslides three years ago.
Fire officials say crews are still extinguishing hot spots from a blaze that was likely caused by humans on Saturday.
Draper spokeswoman Maridene Hancock says the city had stockpiled 3,000 sandbags in anticipation of heavy snow runoff in the spring. She says the city also has 1,000 feet of muscle wall that can withstand water or mud.