Emergency Services

  1. Animal Control

    The City of Enumclaw contracts with Regional Animal Services of King County for animal control services. Enumclaw residents who have an animal control issue such as loose or stray animals, vicious animals, animal cruelty and/or animal bites should contact RASKC directly and identify themselves as an Enumclaw resident.

  2. King County Fire District #28

    King County Fire District #28 provides fire protection services and emergency aid for the City of Enumclaw and 80 square miles of unincorporated King County surrounding the city.

  3. Police

    The Enumclaw Police Department has over 30 police, communications, and corrections officers to serve the citizens of Enumclaw. If you have an emergency in the Enumclaw area, please call 911.

  4. King County Emergency News Blog

    King County Emergency News Blog

  5. Public Health Insider Blog

    The Public Health Insider provides timely, interesting, behind-the-scenes news about efforts to protect the health and well-being of all people in Seattle and King County. It’s written by members of the Communications team at Public Health – Seattle & King County, with contributions from the many experts who work throughout the department’s five divisions.

  6. Emergency Alert System

    ALERT King County is a regional public information and notification service offered by King County Emergency Management. ALERT King County helps you stay informed about potential hazards and threats that impact your area. You can register your physical address(es), email address(es), and phone number(s) to receive important safety information during an emergency. Sign-up is free. Register at www.kingcounty.gov/ALERTKingCounty.

  7. Earthquake and Emergency Preparedness

    Catastrophes can happen at any time. Preparing for three days will help you make it through many of the disasters you’ll face in the Puget Sound region—including major storms and even small earthquakes.However, to make it through a major catastrophe – like Hurricane Katrina or the earthquake and tsunami in Japan – you’ll need to be prepared for longer—at least 7 to 10 days. Local agencies across Puget Sound are teaming up to share information and encourage residents to prepare for catastrophic events with a regional campaign, What to do to Make it Through.

  8. Utility Emergencies

    If you smell a gas odor, see downed power lines or have a utility emergency please call 911 or 360-825-3505 immediately