BOUNTIFUL -- As temperatures slowly warm and melt the snowpack, city leaders continue to keep a close eye on the weather and runoff from the mountains.
"There's water coming down from them there hills," City Manager Tom Hardy said of runoff reported in the city.
He noted -- as of Tuesday night -- the only problem reported in the city, besides high creek water, has been the failure of one retaining wall at a residence.
City crews are cleaning grates daily to try to deal with possible problems, Hardy said. "Everything is operating right now as designed."
He credited changes made following the floods of 1983 for much of the city's readiness to deal with high runoff.
So far, Hardy said, not one sandbag has been filled within the city, but not because there aren't people eager and ready to help, if the need arises.
"The outpouring of support from citizens who want to help has been tremendous. We're at work, we're concerned, but that concern comes from a lot of diligence," Hardy told city council members Tuesday.
Police Chief Tom Ross said his department has been monitoring conditions closely, too, and he urges residents to contact his department if they see any conditions that could pose a public danger.