911 service iffy, here are alternate numbers

UPDATE 7:45 a.m.: 911 service appears to have been restored in Snohomsh County. Dispatchers now advise calling 911 to report emergencies. If that doesn’t work, use the 10-digit backup numbers listed below.

Emergency 911 service was down in Snohomish County on Thursday morning, mirroring trouble throughout Washington and Oregon.

Until the problem is fixed, people in need of police, fire and other emergency services are urged to call 10-digit backup numbers.

For Everett and most of north and east county, which is served by SNOPAC, that’s 425-407-3970.

For south county, which is served by SNOCOM, that’s 425-775-4545.

Unsure about who handles 911 service in your area? Here’s a complete list:

SNOPAC Agencies

Snohomish County Sherriff, Everett PD &FD, Marysville PD &FD, Lake Stevens PD &FD, Arlington PD &FD, Stanwood PD, Snohomish PD, Monroe PD, Granite Falls PD, Sultan PD, Gold Bar PD, Darrington PD, Stillaguamish Tribal PD, Fire Districts 4, 5, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, North County &Paine Field Fire

425-407-3970

SNOCOM Agencies

Lynnwood PD, Edmonds PD, Mountlake Terrace PD, Mill Creek PD, Mukilteo PD, Woodway PD, Brier PD, Edmonds FD, Mountlake Terrace FD, Brier FD, Lynnwood FD, Mukilteo FD, Mill Creek FD, Fire responses in unincorporated SW Snohomish county serviced by Snohomish County Fire District #1

425-775-4545

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