Summit County Public Works is watching the high water in the Snyderville Basin Friday evening. Culverts near Cutter Lane are full, and in some places the water is overflowing the banks of the canal. The water levels can be deceiving, and kids and pets should stay away from the banks.
Summit County Public Information Officer Krachel Greenwood says the county is not declaring flood stage on Cutter Lane at this point. But the they are watching it carefully because the water is flowing over the culvert onto the roadway.