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Keep storm drains clear, prepare for winter snow and ice, and Snohomish County adopts $1 billion 2020 budget


Last updated 11/15/2019 at 1:17pm

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Snohomish County asks that residents to keep storm drains clear of debris to prevent flooding.

Keep storm drains clear to prevent flooding

Fallen leaves, pine needles, litter and other debris can block storm drains and lead to flooding. Make sure to keep storm drains clear so water can pass through them unobstructed. When the rains fall, check if your route has been impacted. Information about county road closures can be found online on the county's website. To report issues to county road staff, call 425-388-ROAD (7626) or email [email protected] Snohomish County also provides up-to-date information about river conditions. The Flood Information Center serves as a "one-stop" source for...

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