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The South Davis Emergency Preparedness Fair is a free to the public preparedness fair presented through the cooperative action of the five South Davis County cities: Bountiful, Centerville, North Salt Lake, West Bountiful, Woods Cross and the South Davis Metro Fire Department.
Presentations at the fair promote preparing for disasters, self-reliance, mental preparation and building relationships with those local organizations that will respond to the incident and work to remedy any impact on the local citizenry.
The fair is directed by a group of volunteers from the public agencies, and the expenses of the fair are covered through contributions and sponsorships from local businesses.
Join us for the 9th annual Get to the River Event September 17th. This year's "Jordan River Paddle" includes a canoe/kayak trip along a beautiful 3-mile stretch of the Jordan River. Join us at 8:30 am at the new Riverview Boat Ramp in Salt Lake City (1835 N. Redwood Rd.). We will end at Porter's Landing Boat Takeout in NSL (50 South Jordan River Drive). A shuttle will be available for transportation back to vehicles at the put-in location.
Canoes and kayaks (along with life vests) will be available at no cost to you, but please feel free to bring your own. Participants will need to print and sign the waiver (link on website) and bring it on the day of the event or email to Ali Avery (email@example.com). Blank copies of the waiver will be available that day as well.
Event brought to you by: Davis County, the Jordan River Commission and the City of North Salt Lake.
COME JOIN THE FUN!
The Get to the River Festival brings together the community, businesses and local governments to celebrate, restore, explore and recreate on the Jordan River corridor. The 2022 festival will take place in September and include 30 days of river-focused celebrations and conservation activities hosted both virtually and outdoors in groups by the counties and cities along the Jordan River. Thousands of people each year turn out to celebrate the many wonderful things the river has to offer as well as volunteer to help clean up and restore the river to make it a destination for all to enjoy for generations to come.
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