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Flood Alert

For the week of March 31, the National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting dry conditions with partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies through Wednesday. A chance of rain returns on Thursday night and continues through the weekend. Urban stream flooding is not forecasted.

In the mountains, the forecast calls for dry conditions with mostly cloudy skies through Wednesday. A chance of rain and/or snow returns on Thursday and continues through the weekend. The snow level will range between 3,500 and 5,500-Ft. Riverine flooding is not forecasted.


Flood Bulletin


The annual flood bulletin is sent in the fall to people who live in flood hazard areas.

Flood Control Zone District


This is a special purpose district established to deal specifically with flooding issues.

The Rivers Flood Hazard Management Plan

Plan to reduce flood damage along major rivers and protect public safety.
Pierce County River Flood Warning Phase Web Service


Check the flooding conditions for the Puyallup, Carbon, White and Nisqually rivers.  

The Puyallup River Executive Task Force


Established to develop and fund regional solutions to flooding in the Lower Puyallup River.

Flood Preparation

Resources to help you prepare before, during and after a flood.

Report Flooded Roadways
To report flooded roadways in unincorporated Pierce County, call (253) 798-6000. Check the road conditions in your area

Watch Troubled Waters, a film about Pierce County's flood buy-out program.



Contact Us
Pierce County Alert
Get emergency and flood alerts
by phone, cell, text, email or TTY / TTD.

Pierce County Emergency Information Website
This site is activated only during emergencies.

Flood Line

(253) 798-4274
Leave a recorded message


Emergency Management
(253) 798-6595
24-hour phone line


PWU Road Shop
(253) 798-6000
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