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Updates and Alerts

Be Informed in Auburn

If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1 right away. For non-emergencies dial 253-852-2121. The Office of Emergency Management does not dispatch emergency responders.

Stay informed before, during, and after emergencies by seeking information from these resources:

Warming Center

In anticipation of low overnight temperatures this week, the Auburn Food Bank and the City are partnering to open a Warming Center.

Dates: January 11 - 16

Check In: 9:00 p.m.

Check Out: 7:00 a.m.

Location: 2806 Auburn Way N, Auburn, WA 98002

For questions about accessing the Warming Center, please call 253-334-4860.

Warming Locations

The following locations are available to get warm during the winter season.

Get Warm During the Day

Warm Places to Sleep

Sign Up for Emergency Alerts

Both King County and Pierce County have opt-in notification and alert services:

The City uses these systems to send urgent information and alerts to Auburn residents to help them stay informed about potential hazards and threats that impact the community.

Residents should register their physical addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers to receive important safety information. Sign up is free and secure.

Residents living or working near the County line should consider signing up for both systems.

Additional Alert and Warning Services

King County Emergency News - Emergency updates and alerts in King County.

Pierce County Alerts and Notifications - Emergency status and alerts in Pierce County.

King County Flood Alerts - Sign up for free Flood Alerts to stay informed of flood conditions.

National Weather Service Alerts - Receive customized weather-related alerts from the NWS.

AlertSeattle - Work or spend a lot of time in Seattle? Sign up for the City's own  emergency alert system.

Garbage, Recycling & Yard+Food Waste Services - See status of collection services, collection alerts, and report missed collections online.