Sammamish Station covers a geographical area of approximately 747 square miles. The station is responsible for law enforcement in all unincorporated areas and five contract cities north of Interstate 90 to Snohomish County, west to the city of Lake Forest Park and the east to Snoqualmie Pass.
Sammamish Station is co-located with the City of Sammamish contract police department. Sammamish Station contract cities of Woodinville, Sammamish, and North Bend also provide facilities for their police services. The City of Skykomish also is served by East Precinct North deputies through a contract with KCSO.
King County Sheriff's Office East Precinct North headquarters office is now located in Sammamish - effective April 30, 2012*
FINGERPPRINTING & CONCEALED PISTOL LICENSE SERVICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 30, 2012:
Kenmore and Shoreline residents may go to the Shoreline Precinct for fingerprinting and concealed pistol licenses. Shoreline provides these services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays by appointment only. The Shoreline Station is located at 1206 N. 185 St, Shoreline. You can make an appointment by calling (206) 801-2710.
Other citizens, living outside the cities of Kenmore and Shoreline, can find these services at King County Sheriff's Office - East Precint North located at 801 228th Ave SE, Sammamish. Fingerprinting and Concealed Pistol Licenses are done by appointment only Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please call the Precinct directly at (206) 263-9133 to schedule an appointment.
Or, visit us at downtown Seattle Sheriff’s Office at the King County Courthouse. Fingerprinting and concealed pistol licenses are conducted on a walk in basis. The address is 516 3rd Ave. Suite 150 located on the first floor of the courthouse.
Filing Accident Reports
Washington State Accident Report forms are available outside the front door of the precinct. Forms should be completed by anyone involved in an accident that was not investigated by a deputy and that resulted in damages more than $700. This form should be fully completed and mailed to the Washington State Patrol at the address listed on the form.
Learn more about filing accident reports.
Obtaining Records and Reports
Police records and reports are not available at precinct locations. For police records and reports, contact the KCSO Records Unit at (206) 263-2626.
*The move is part of an effort by the Sheriff’s Office to save money and move deputies closer to the citizens and communities they serve. The Sheriff estimates that the moves will save King County taxpayers more than $8 million over the next 20 years by relocating these facilities.
Note: For services at contract cities, check the city police department website or call the city police department during open hours to inquire about available services.