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OEM – Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality Guidance

Alert Seattle: An AIR QUALITY ALERT is in effect for Seattle until 12PM Monday. Monitor local conditions, and go to for safety info.

SFD-Smoke Advisory

Alert Seattle: Fire in a vacant warehouse at 10th Ave S. & S. King St.. Please avoid the area. Close your windows and doors due to smoke.

2022-11-8 Ingraham HS Active Incident

Alert Seattle: Alert Seattle: SPD on scene at Ingraham HS. Situation stabilized but active and ongoing. Avoid the area. More information available at:

Excessive Heat Warning Update

Alert Seattle: Heat Warning extended through Sunday 7/31. Cooling centers are available this weekend:

SDOT-Traffic-Major-Disruption Update

AlertSeattle (SDOT): Major traffic disruption UPDATE. All lanes are back open on SB I-5 at Michigan St.


AlertSeattle: Seattle Fire completed the HazMat response at 6900 block of Martin Luther King Jr Way S. Building is safe for residents to return to their homes.

Heat Wave July 2022: Alert 1

AlertSeattle: A Heat Advisory is in effect July 26-29. Heat safety tips and cooling center information:

SPD/SFD-Safety-911 Outage

AlertSeattle from Seattle Police and Fire: If you cannot connect to Seattle 911, please call 206-583-2111, 206-625-5011 or text 911 ONLY for emergencies.

AlertSeattle from Seattle Fire and Police Regarding Fireworks

Celebrate the 4th of July weekend safely without the use of fireworks! Last year, there were 237 fireworks-related injuries and 360 fires in WA. Fireworks are ILLEGAL in Seattle for a reason, and can have unintended consequences including loss of life…

SDOT-Traffic-Disruption Cleared

AlertSeattle-DOT: The major traffic disruption at East Marginal Way S at Diagonal Ave S, has cleared, for details:


AlertSeattle (SDOT): Major traffic disruption on SB I-5 @ Michigan St due to an earlier collision. Avoid the area & use alternate routes.

SFD-Safety-Gas Leak

AlertSeattle: natural gas leak at 2800 block of NW Market St. is under control – firefighters will soon allow pedestrians back in area.