As of January 1st, 2018, SNOCOM and SNOPAC have merged into one agency, Snohomish County 911. The home for Snohomish County 911 is  WWW.SNO911.ORG. The SNOCOM and SNOPAC websites will remain online for a period of time in order to help get the word out that we have consolidated. The old sites will no longer be updated, so please use the new site for the lastest information about Snohomish County 911.


Gone But Not Forgotten

This memorial wall was started after the law enforcement community suffered some terrible losses beginning in October 2009.

One of the agencies that lost several officers gave SNOCOM a patch as a thank you for supporting them in their time of need. Dispatchers Cheri Barker and Lindsay Payton decided to take on the project of “Gone but Not Forgotten” so the patch could be displayed. Letters were sent to police and fire agencies all over Washington state requesting patches to commemorate fallen officers and firefighters. As SNOCOM was established in 1971, it was decided that would be the beginning year for our memorial.

SNOCOM now houses the “Gone but Not Forgotten” memorial wall in which all agencies  that have lost a police officer or firefighter in the line of duty since 1971 will be remembered  forever. This was our way for agencies, families, as well as our community to know that we sincerely  appreciate what our police officers and firefighters do. It is an honor to be able to display a patch for each agency. Each and every fallen hero will be missed and remembered, forever!

Do not send email to 911 for help

In an emergency, call “911.” 

Do not email a 911 request.  SNOCOM does not respond to email requests for service.  The providers of 911 services are not responsible for any problems you may encounter accessing 911 services through an email.

Help us keep 911 resources available during an event
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* Know When to Call 911: During weather events, 911 centers can become inundated with phone calls, including those from people seeking information such as how to report power outages.

* To report a life-threatening situation or a hazard to public safety, such as a downed power line or a tree across the road, 911 is the number to call.

* If you need to report a power outage, call the PUD directly at (425) 783-1001 or (877) 783-1001, 24 hours a day.

* Please remember, 911 is not for directory assistance. If you need a phone number, please use other methods or call directory assistance.


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Agencies We Support

SNOCOM provides emergency 911 dispatch services to a total of nine jurisdictions and is responsible for the safety of just under 250,000 Snohomish County Citizens.
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Residents encouraged to join emergency alert system


Residents interested in receiving up-to-date emergency notifications from Snohomish County are  encouraged to sign up for its emergency management alert system. Snohomish County’s Department of Emergency Management (DEM), in coordination with the county’s 911 Call Centers is opening public enrollment in the county’s MyStateUSA Alert Sense System. 

DEM periodically uses the alert system to warn residents of weather alerts and other pertinent safety information as needed. Residents can choose to receive alerts by e-mail, text message and telephone calls. To subscribe, go to snohomishcountywa.mystateusa.com and click on the "Public Alert Sign Up" link in the top left corner.

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