What is considered an emergency service?

An emergency would be considered any situation where there is a clear and present safety exposure to the public. Some examples would be a fallen stop sign, a tree blocking a public roadway, flooding on a public street, a mud slide into a roadway, or a downed street light. If in doubt, call 9-1-1 to report a situation. If it is not an emergency, call (425) 622-9403.

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1. How do I report a need for services after regular working hours?
2. What is considered an emergency service?
3. What is a public right of way?
4. How do I report a down or damaged STOP sign?
5. How do I get on the city's Small Works Roster?
6. How is the lake level controlled?
7. Who maintains the storm pond in my development?
8. How can I find out if a parcel of land is public or private?
9. What maintenance is required to the storm pond owned by my Home Owners Association?