Tell us how you have prepared for a future earthquake after last year’s wake-up call

The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from you.

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Bricks that fell from the facade of Red Rooster Records in Magna after the March 18, 2020, earthquake.

Nearly a year ago, on March 18, a sizable earthquake rocked the Salt Lake Valley.

The magnitude 5.7 temblor, and the jarring aftershocks, shook up residents for weeks.

But are you still shaken? Did that morning wake-up call prompt you to undertake measures to prepare for future quakes? Or has the coronavirus pandemic overtaken those concerns — as it has so much else.

The Salt Lake Tribune wants to hear from you. Just fill out the form at the end of this story. Your responses will inform our coverage but won’t be published without your permission.

Thanks. And stay safe.

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