In the event of a natural disaster, severe storm event or other emergency this page will be updated with the latest information. You may also check City News Releases and listen to KGY 1240 AM for emergency updates.
Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere and are often unexpected. Are you ready to cope on your own for 72 hours or longer in the event of a natural disaster, severe storm, or OTHER emergency? The Olympia Fire Department offers Emergency Preparedness Training; call 360.753.8348 for more information or use the self help resources below to get started now.
Downed or Hazardous Power Lines: 9-1-1
Trees or Branches Leaning on a Power Line: 9-1-1
Power Outage: Call PSE at 888.225.5773
Fallen Trees on Roadway: 360.753.8333, Option 0
Flooding Home: 9-1-1
Flooding Streets: 360.753.8333, Option 0
In local health emergencies, the Thurston County Public Health Department is the lead agency. They are the experts on health issues in our County and are in contact with appropriate state and federal agencies. The City of Olympia works with the Health Department in emergency situations.
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