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City prepares for potential winter storm

Today, Mayor Ed Murray activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) ahead of a predicted snowstorm that could impact the Seattle area this evening and tomorrow morning. The EOC will manage the City’s response to impacts stemming from the storm. The EOC will begin operations at 5 p.m. today and will remain open as dictated by […]

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City preparing for storm, encourages residents to take caution this evening

SEATTLE – With high-winds and rain predicted for Seattle and much of the Pacific Northwest Saturday evening and Sunday morning, the City of Seattle is advising residents to take precautions at home and when traveling. Residents should defer traveling during the storm, avoid and report downed power lines and trees, and be cautious near areas experiencing flooding.     The National Weather […]

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City encourages residents to prepare for weekend weather

With high-winds and rain predicted for Seattle and much of the Pacific Northwest this weekend, it is recommended that residents take extra precautions at home and when out. Residents should defer traveling during the storm, avoid and report downed power lines and trees, and be cautious near areas experiencing flooding. Latest modeling shows a chance for […]

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Seattle cooling shelter locations announced ahead of heat wave

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for Seattle and surrounding areas from Tuesday afternoon through Friday night. The City of Seattle is preparing public spaces to be used by residents to stay cool, as well as tips to stay safe during periods of high heat. Stay hydrated and check on vulnerable […]

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Information for Families of Those Injured In Aurora Bridge Collision

If you are seeking information about whether a loved one may have been hospitalized as a result of the crash on the Aurora Avenue Bridge in Seattle on September 24, please call 1-206-421-3200. The line will be open 24 hours. The City of Seattle is working with North Seattle College to make more information and […]

Update on the City’s response to helicopter crash near Seattle Center

Last updated March 19, 11:25 a.m. At 7:40 a.m. the morning of March 18th, Seattle Fire and Police responded to a helicopter crash near Seattle Center on Broad Street. The lives of two KOMO employees were tragically lost and a third person was seriously injured. The Mayor and his staff continue to send our thoughts […]