911 outages across the state

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  • Thursday, December 27, 2018 10:32pm
  • News

It’s been reported that 911 services are working intermittently across the state, apparently due to a Century Link outage. There is no estimate for restoration of 911 service. No additional details are available at this time.

If you live in the jurisdiction of the King County Sheriff’s Office or any of our contract partners (Town of Beaux Arts Village, City of Burien, City of Carnation, City of Kenmore, King County International Airport, City of Maple Valley, King County Metro Transit, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, City of Newcastle, City of Sammamish, City of SeaTac, City of Shoreline, Town of Skykomish, Sound Transit and City of Woodinville) and get a busy signal when calling 911, please call our 10 digit line at 206-296-3311.

Other lines include:

• Seattle: 206-583-2111

• Eastside: 425-577-5656

• South King County: 253-852-2121

• Unincorporated areas: 206-296-3311

King County will post updates on @KingCountyWA on Twitter.

You can also text to 911 on your cell phone.

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