King County Flood Alerts
How to maximize your alert message delivery
Automated alerts are one of many ways to help protect your home, family, or business during a flood. However, in an emergency no one system is foolproof. Therefore, it is important to check multiple sources for information – such as radio, television and the Internet – and use varied methods of delivery for getting information directly – such as voice, text or email.
Other emergency alerting / notification / warning systems
There are multiple emergency alert providers available, depending on where you live, so take advantage of as many as you can. (external links)
The U.S. Geological Survey WaterAlert service sends e-mail or text messages when certain parameters measured by a USGS data-collection station exceed user-definable thresholds.
National Weather Service - NOAA Weather Radio System
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Twitter, Howard Hanson Dam
Washington State Department of Transportation: Twitter
King County: Regional Public Information Network (RPIN)
King County Road Alert
City of Kent eAlert!
City of Renton: Emergency Notification System
City of Auburn: Auburn Alert
City of Tukwila CodeRED
City of Snoqualmie: Snoqualmie Community Notification System