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Call Public Works at 425-488-0118. If you leave a message, include the address or general location of the pothole (and any additional landmark information that would be helpful) and your daytime phone number. You may also send us the information online through a
If vegetation is growing over the right-of-way that is not abutting your property, please call our Streets Division at 425-488-0118 or submit a Citizen Action Request.
Overgrown trees and green belts: If on public property, they will be inspected and trimmed if deemed necessary. If the tree is on private property, it is the property owner's responsibility to maintain the tree. Fallen or leaning trees: If a fallen tree is a danger to citizens, vehicles, or in the power lines, call 911. Otherwise, report fallen or leaning trees to 425-488-0118 or submit a
White: Pre-marking of the outer limits of the proposed excavation or marking the center line and width of proposed lineal installations of buried facilities.
Pink: Temporary survey markings.
Red: Electric power lines, cables, or conduit, and lighting cables.
Yellow: Gas, oil, steam, petroleum, or other hazardous liquid gaseous materials.
Orange: Communications, cable TV, alarm or signal lines, cables or conduits.
Blue: Water, irrigation, and slurry lines.
Purple: Slurry and reclaimed water.
Green: Sewers, drainage facilities or other drain lines.
Be aware that many buried utility lines under your property belong to you. Locating buried utility lines that you own must be performed by a private company.
Puget Sound Energy Customers: Call 811Snohomish County PUD Customers: Call 1-800-424-5555
Learn more about Washington's Call Before You Dig law.