County information about reunification, evacuation and shelters: 425-388-5088. You are asked to call this number if you are reporting someone missing or unaccounted for, or if you are safe. You are asked to call this even if you have made a report to another phone number, website or social media.
People can also email the center with information at email@example.com.
Call this number to report any missing persons who haven't been reported or who were reported elsewhere. Officials say need specific information such as photos, hair and eye color of people missing. Additionally, this is the number for individuals to call to let others know they are safe.
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If you are directly impacted by the Oso landslide you can register on the Red Cross website safeandwell.org. You can list yourself as "safe and well" or search registrants.
Shelters are open in Arlington at Post Middle School and in Darrington at 570 Sauk Avenue
State Route 530 remains closed from the Oso Fire Department (21824 Washington 530) on the west side of the slide and from Little French Creek Rd (milepost 42) the on the east side of the slide.
The Red Cross cannot accept donations of clothes and other items, but they are in need of cash donations. ANY amount is helpful. You can donate by texting "RedCross" to "90999" or phone 1-800-REDCROSS or donate online to Northwest Response
Latest updates from Snohomish County on the 530 Slide news and Resources website
If you have livestock and/or pets affected by the slide, volunteers headed up by Elizabeth Skufca 360-631-2629 can help you.
On Twitter, follow @snocounty and @SnoCoSheriff for the latest updates on the situation.