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Posted on: December 7, 2018

Updates Weekly:Frost Depth Reports 2018-2019

WEEKLY FROST DEPTHS

As the frost level drops, the Utility Division begins to monitor the frost levels throughout the City.  Please watch the frost depths in your area.

If you have a shallow water line, keep a small stream of water running to protect your line from freezing.   

Frost levels less than 36 inches are considered a safe level throughout the City. 

For all Winter 2018-2019 Frost Depth tables, see the report on our Facebook Page:
Frost Depths Note


March 19, 2019

Intersection

Depth in Inches

Astle and Hoover

35

Andrews and Barnhart

43

Clark and Andrews

38

Clark and Barnhart

35

Jefferson and McKinley

35

South 6th West and Blake

35

Sunset and Trona

41

West 3rd North and Hillcrest

36

East Flaming Gorge and North 3rd East

35

East 3rd South and South 2nd East

33

Cedar and Riverview

39

Ironwood and Pecan

36

Easy and Knotty Pine

38

Hutton and Lombard

34

Evans and Hillside

38

Indian Hills and Uinta

38

Apache and Trail

41

Crossbow and Mountain View

35

Parkview and Vista

33

Medicine Bow and Centennial

35

Iowa and West Virginia

36

New Hampshire and Massachusetts

35

New Jersey and North Carolina

36

Montana and Wyoming

38

Colorado and Nebraska – East end

33

Nebraska and Colorado – West end

33

1500 block of Colorado

34

2400 Block of Hitching Post

36

Missouri and Pennsylvania

36

Hitching Post and Michigan

34

Hawaii and Pennsylvania

27

South Dakota and Bridger

31

Green River Way and Moran

33


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