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North Bend continues to be impacted by steady, heavy rain pushing the Snoqualmie River to flood Phase 3.
Lowland flooding can occur during Phase 3, particularly in low-lying areas. As of 7:45 a.m., Public Works crews have temporarily closed Boalch Avenue, past the Meadowbrook Interpretive Center (located at 1711 Boalch Avenue NW) due to standing water over the roadway. The public Park and Ride lot, located at 301 W North Bend Way, is also closed due to standing water. The City continues to monitor river levels, maintain drainage ditches, culverts, storm drains and roads, as they do with all heavy rain events.
Weather forecasts predict a decrease in intensity of showers, with active weather slowly coming to an end by midweek. To keep an eye on Snoqualmie River levels, visit Snoqualmie Basin Flooding Information (kingcounty.gov).
For residents concerned about localized street flooding impacting their homes and businesses, the City’s Public Works Facility has sand and sandbags available. Please enter through City Hall, located at 920 SE Cedar Falls Way. Park in the City Hall parking lot, and check in by calling Emergency Operations Coordinator, Erin Mitchell, at (425) 888-7631. You may also email her, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sand and sandbags are available today, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and potentially open later if needed. Residents will need to fill bags themselves and provide their own shovels, but the City has materials available free of charge.