Weather Alert Updates

Last Updated:

Wednesday, January 14, 2021 - 4:40 p.m.

Damaging winds and ongoing rain moved into Western Washington earlier this week causing wide-spread tree damage and flooding to our region. To report downed branches or tree concerns that are impacting public right-of-way areas or parks, please submit a request online at redmond.gov/ServiceRequest or through the “Your Redmond” mobile app with the specific location and description of the issue.

  1. Safety Tips: After a Wind Storm


    Here are some safety tips for you and your family:
    • Never go near downed power or utility lines and always stay at least 35 ft. away. Find more safety tips here.
    • For non-emergency questions or to report a downed tree on public property that is not a danger, please submit a service request at redmond.gov/ServiceRequest.
    • If you come upon a roadway that appears to be flooded, DON'T try to drive through it. If you come across barricades blocking off a flooded section of the road, DON'T try to drive around them. Turn around and find a detour.
    • Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning when the power goes out.
      • Only use a generator outdoors and keep far from open windows and vents
      • NEVER cook inside on a charcoal or gas grill
      • NEVER use a generator indoors, in garages or carports
      • Review generator safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association
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