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King County's Flood Damage Information

damage information Local residents recovering from the last two weeks of snow and ice were also faced with severe flooding last week, resulting in widespread property and road damage.
   Residents hit hard finanicially may have some relief. Cleaning up and assessing the damage during this week of balmy, sunny weather with temperatures as high as 50 to 60 degrees may help make that task more comfortable.
   King County needs to know how much damage has occurred during this flood event in order to determine if disaster assistance may be available. Report home, property, and business damage as soon as possible to King County's Damage Information Line Operators at (206) 205-5355 or 1-800-523-5044.
   Operators will be able to provide answers to some basic clean-up questions and refer the callers to other services. Operators will be on duty all week between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Callers will reach a recorder at other hours.

   Flood Emergency Numbers include: Free Disposal of Flood Debris
   King County Solid Waste Division will offer free disposal of flood-related debris at all King County Solid Wast facilities through at least February 25, 1996. No household hazardous waste or appliances containing coolant are allowed. Other restrictions also apply. King County Solid Waste Facilities do not include the City of Seattle's North or South Transfer Sations.
   The following closest stations are available: