Emergencies and Extreme Weather

When a major emergency happens within city limits, the City of Bellevue will likely open its Emergency Operations Center. The EOC is located in a secure facility where city departments can work closely together to coordinate the emergency response, allocate resources and support management of the incident.

If the EOC is activated, the latest information on the situation will be posted on this page as soon as it is available.

The city will use the media, Alerts notifications, social media (Twitter, Facebook, Nextdoor) and other methods to get information out quickly to the public.

Bellevue Weather 

During significant weather events, here's where you can find information about potential local impacts, the city's response and resources available to you.

2017
     - High Wind Warning (Nov. 13)
     - Excessive Heat Warning (Aug. 8)
         - Updates (July 31 - August 4) 
     - Winter Weather Advisory (Feb. 27)
     - Winter Storm (Feb. 6-10)
          - Snow causes power outages, road closures (Feb. 7)
          - All streets are open (Feb. 10)
     - New Year's Day Snow (Jan. 1) 

Assistance during Emergencies

  • City of Bellevue: Only call 911 for life-threatening emergencies. Call the Operations and Maintenance Support line at 425-452-7840 to report downed trees or other hazards in the roadway.
  • Puget Sound Energy: Call PSE at 888-225-5773 to report a power outage; you can also go to PSE to report it online and check PSE's outage map.

Get Prepared

Disasters and emergencies do occur. Are you and your family prepared for the next one? Get an emergency kit! Make a plan! Be informed! The city's Office of Emergency Management offers helpful resources and training.

 

Alerts

Receive email of text notifications in an emergncy or extreme weather event

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