Report spills

Why report a spill?


Spills to our roads and storm drains are carried - untreated - through our stormwater system to local streams and other bodies of water. From there, they can cause serious problems for people, pets, and the environment.
Spill Hotline (PNG)

How to report a spill


You can call the Spill Hotline at 425-806-6750 or report spills online. We only monitor online reports during regular business hours (Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.), but the Spill Hotline is answered 24/7. 

If the spill is a direct hazard to human or environmental health, call

 911

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When to call the Spill Hotline

Call the Spill Hotline day or night at 425-806-6750. The hotline is staffed 24/7.

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When to use the online spill report form


Use the online spill report form to tell us about a non-emergent spill. Staff receives and reviews online reports Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Examples of what to report


  • Vehicle fluids leaking onto the street
  • Soapy water entering the street from washing cars, sidewalks, buildings, or awnings
  • Paint, motor oil, or other contaminant on the street
  • Restaurants dumping food or grease into storm drains
  • Mobile businesses dumping wastewater into storm drains (from things like carpet cleaning)
  • Blowing debris or yard waste into the street
  • Chlorinated swimming pool water drained into the street
  • Landscaping dirt piles in the street
  • Mud tracked out into the street or muddy water entering the street, typically from a construction site
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Thanks for helping protect our streams!