356th Drive SE slide hazard
King County is monitoring an active slide affecting sole access road in neighborhood northeast of Fall City
King County Road Services is closely monitoring ground movement on 356th Drive SE near Fall City, where a slow-moving slide is taking place under the roadway.
On February 10, Road Services, in partnership with the Office of Emergency Management, issued a voluntary evacuation message to residents who would be cut off if conditions worsen and the road washes out. The county does not expect the slide to affect State Route 202.
Friday, June 5, 2020
Construction repairs update
Soil testing analysis is complete. Plans are being developed to repair and replace the damaged section of 356th Drive SE in fall 2020. The repairs will take approximately three months and may require intermittent, temporary full road closures during construction.
King County is also working on a plan to provide an alternative access road for the community when the main road is closed for construction. More details about the repairs, the alternative access road and construction impacts will be made available at least two months in advance.
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For road project questions, contact Broch Bender by email or call 206-263-1189. For all other questions, contact the 24/7 Road Helpline at 206-477-8100, or 800-527-6237. If it's an emergency, please contact 911.
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Garbage service remains up to residents to self-haul to collection sites because of the prohibitive weight of the trucks. The two sites nearby are located in Factoria and Cedar Falls:
13800 SE 32nd Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Cedar Falls Drop Box
16925 Cedar Falls Road SE
North Bend, WA 98045
Telephone: 206-477-4466 or 800-325-6165 x 74466
TTY relay: 711 Fax: 206-296-0197
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed Tuesday & Thursday)
Recycling service also remains up to residents to self-haul to collection sites. Self-haul recycling at King County transfer stations is free! Please note one key difference from recycling in your curbside bins at home: separate clean corrugated cardboard boxes from the rest of your recyclables. Other regular recyclable material can be placed in the container labeled “Recyclable Materials” at all transfer stations.
- Corrugated cardboard must be empty and flattened. Please no Styrofoam, plastic film, or packing peanuts.
- Accepted recyclable materials include the below. As with curbside bins, recyclable materials must be empty, clean, and dry. Keep items loose – do not bag recycling, and no plastic bags please.
- Paper, including office paper, junk mail, envelopes, newspapers, magazines, catalogs, paperboard food boxes (like cereal and pasta boxes)
- Plastic bottles, jugs, tubs, cartons, cups, and other plastic containers, including large lids (3” or more)
- Glass bottles and jars
- Metal cans
Find a guide to all County transfer stations (including what materials are accepted and how to prepare them) online at the following links:
Guide to King County Recycling and Transfer Stations (English) PDF 520KB
Guide to King County Recycling and Transfer Stations (Español) PDF 535KB
a. The evacuation route would be open for 72 hours. It would not be possible to access the neighborhood after the 72-hour time period.
b. The route uses primitive dirt and gravel roads across private lands.
c. Livestock trailers will be allowed on the access route to evacuate animals.
d. Residents may be allowed to return to evacuate additional belongings during the 72-hour window if conditions allow.
e. Vehicles taller than 13’ or heavier than 21 tons will not be allowed on the evacuation route.
b. Arranging for a location to board animals
c. Arranging for a place to stay
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To report maintenance and traffic safety issues on this road, contact the 24/7 Road Helpline at 206-477-8100, or 800-527-6237. If it’s an emergency, please contact 911.
For emergency preparedness information, please visit the King County Office of Emergency Management at www.kcemergency.com or call 206-296-3830.