Utah County Search and Rescue
Utah County’s varied topography – tall mountains, steep cliffs, endless trails, deep caves, swift rivers, vast lakes – creates a natural paradise for outdoors enthusiasts of all kinds…until something goes wrong.
Changing weather conditions can lead to disorientation, hypothermia, and other dangers. Four-foot waves can whip up in minutes on Utah Lake. Vehicles can roll over or get stuck. Ankles can twist or break. Children can wander away and get lost. Hikers can suddenly find themselves in the middle of steep cliffs with no way up or down. Accidents of all types can turn a fun evening outing into a life-threatening ordeal.
That’s when it’s nice to know that Utah County Sheriff Search and Rescue is ready to respond at a moments notice.
Search & Rescue Incident Map 2016-2019
The volunteers of Search & Rescue spend hundreds of hours each year donating their time and talents to rescuing folks from mountain cliffs, open water and well trafficked trails. Each rescue is unique and each person we rescue has a story to tell. The Search & Rescue team enjoy getting to know the wonderful people they rescue and follow their recovery (if they are injured). The team really cares about what happens after they are taken to the hospital or flown in a helicopter to emergency care.
Review the map and see where the Utah County Sheriff Search and Rescue team has been the past few years.