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Posted on: January 30, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Weekly Frost Depths January 29, 2013

As the frost level drops, the Utility Division begins to monitor the frost levels throughout the City. If you have a shallow water line, keep a small stream of water running to protect your line from freezing. Please watch the frost depths in your area. Frost levels less than 36 inches are considered a safe level throughout the City.


DATE REPORTED: January 29, 2013
Intersection Depth
Astle and Hoover 23 inches
Andrews and Barnhart 32 inches
Clark and Andrews 32 inches
Clark and Barnhart 34 inches
Jefferson and McKinley 24 inches

Intersection Depth
South 6th West and Blake 41 inches
Sunset and Trona 32 inches
West 3rd North and Hillcrest 44 inches
East Flaming Gorge and North 3rd East 33 inches
East 3rd South and South 2nd East 34 inches

Intersection Depth
Cedar and Riverview 36 inches
Ironwood and Pecan 28 inches
Easy and Knotty Pine 37 inches
Hutton and Lombard 42 inches
Evans and Hillside 31 inches

Intersection Depth
Indian Hills and Uinta 32 inches
Apache and Trail 33 inches
Crossbow and Mountain View 30 inches
Parkview and Vista 31 inches
Medicine Bow and Centennial 33 inches
Iowa and West Virginia 33 inches

Intersection Depth
New Hampshire and Massachusetts 42 inches
New Jersey and North Carolina 34 inches
Montana and Wyoming 48 inches
Colorado and Nebraska – East end 43 inches
Nebraska and Colorado – West end 38 inches
1500 block of Colorado 38 inches
2400 Block of Hitching Post 35 inches
Missouri and Pennsylvania 39 inches
Hitching Post and Michigan 38 inches
Hawaii and Pennsylvania 32 inches
South Dakota and Bridger 35 inches
Green River Way and Moran 38 inches

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