ADHS will be performing maintenance on the Medical Marijuana systems starting on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 10 PM expected to be completed by Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 4 AM. During this time, Medical Marijuana Online Registry Applications will be unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience this maintenance downtime may cause. If the process is completed earlier, the systems will be made available at an earlier time.
Extreme Weather and Public Health
Arizona has a primarily arid climate; however, during the monsoon season of June-September, flooding is a real danger in Arizona. Injuries from flooding occur every year, and some people even lose their lives because they are taken off guard by storms or rushing floodwaters. Arizona's dry and rocky soil does not absorb water well, so flood conditions can develop very quickly and without warning after a heavy rain. Dry channels, slot canyons, ditches and lake beds can fill rapidly and the water can be strong and violent. In both rural and urban areas, water can also pond in roadways and low lying areas creating traffic hazards.
- Just In Case Arizona
- Arizona Division of Emergency Management
- Arizona Department of Health Services - Public Health Emergency Preparedness
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- National Ground Water Association
- U.S. Geological Survey
- University of Arizona - CLIMAS