Report spills

How to report a spill


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

911

.


Otherwise, call the Spill Hotline at 

425-806-6750

or fill out the Report Spills form online as soon as you can.
Spill Hotline (PNG)

Why it matters


Spills to our roads and storm drains are carried through our stormwater system to local streams. From there, they can cause serious problems for people, pets, and the environment.

Always call us right away if you see a spill so we can try to contain it before it reaches our local streams.

Examples of things to report


  • 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
  • Paint, motor oil, or other contaminant on the street
  • Restaurants dumping food or grease into storm drains
  • Soapy water entering the street from washing cars, sidewalks, or awnings
  • Vehicle fluids leaking onto the street

Thanks for helping protect our streams!

Dump No Waste