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Washington is among the most flood-prone states west of the Mississippi River. In Washington, the costs of flood damages exceed the cost of all other natural hazards.
EMERGENCY FLOOD INFORMATION
>> See current flood alerts (weather.gov)
County governments lead flood response in Washington
In Washington, county governments are responsible for leading the response to flood incidents.
OTHER EMERGENCY RESOURCES
What Ecology does | Access Washington Flood Emergency | Emergency contact information by county | Staying safe in bad weather (DOH) | Floods: Be Prepared, Be Safe (DOH) | Landslides (DNR) | Road closures and travel alerts (DOT)
PREPARATION AND RECOVERY
Floodplain Management | What to do before, during, and after a flood | National Flood Insurance Program | Be Ready for a Flood - Manage Your Hazardous Materials | Flood Information and Resources for Farmers and Ranchers (WSDA)
FEMA Information - Ready.gov | Federal Agricultural Disaster Assistance (USDA) | Washington State digital flood data | Flood Control Assistance Account Program (FCAAP) Grants | Are you in a flood zone?
The Official Site of FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program
Prepare to prevent pollution during flooding and winter storms
Be ready for a flood! Tips for households and businesses.
Ecology regulates many non-power generating dams
Department of Health's fact sheets to help you prepare for the possible hazards of bad weather
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (UST)
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