Utah’s ski resorts have reopened after a three-week shutdown due to the hurricane, the state Department of Public Safety announced Thursday.
The shutdown ended on Sunday, but residents still must use a separate hotel and other services, such as driving.
State police also said people should call ahead for more information, and they are urging people to report suspicious activity to the Utah Department of Transportation.
The state’s emergency management office is asking for residents to stay home from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., and to avoid outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and picnicking.
The state says about 2,400 people were in need of emergency services, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing $50,000 to help those affected.