SR 530 slide resources

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Transportation and road information

  • Snohomish County Transportation Coalition - The Pay Your Pal program restrictions have been removed to allow this program to be used by anyone in the Oso/Darrington community that have no other means of transportation. This website provides information about the program. Contact for this program is Sandy Schurman SNOTRAC Program Coordinator 425-265-2226/ FAX 425-353-1212. Senior Services of Snohomish County 11323 Commando Rd, Suite 214 Everett, Wa 98204
  • WSDOT - Information from the Washington State Department of Transportation about meetings and plans to rebuild SR 530. 
Community and business assistance
  • Replace lost documents - Recover or replace lost documents like birth certificates, Social Security cards, drivers licenses, tax records, etc. 
  • Well testing fact sheet and information: The Snohomish Health Department provides advice and assistance to homeowners who think their wells may be contaminated after a flood. Residents of the Oso area concerned about their well water are encouraged to contact the Snohomish Health District at 425-339-5250.
  • Snohomish County care crisis line - 1-800-584-3578. Operated by the Volunteers of America, this line is for any and all mental health crises, including those related to the 530 slide.
  • Disaster distress helpline - Call 1-800-985-5990 24/7 or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746 if you need someone to talk to about your symptoms of stress.
  • United Way of Snohomish County - The local United Way is donating 100 percent of contributions to current and long-term recovery efforts. 
  • Snohomish County Red Cross - If you need local assistance or want to find out if you're eligible for Red Cross services
  • Department of Revenue - Find out what tax assistance is available if you or your business were affected by the slide.
  • U.S. Small Business Administration - Low-interest disaster loans available to help homeowners, renters, businesses of all sizes and private nonprofit organizations
  • FEMA - Information from FEMA about disaster aid programs available to individuals and businesses affected by the 530 slide

Agriculture assistance

  • USDA Farm Service Agency - Disaster Recovery Assistance: USDA’s Farm Service Agency may be able to provide financial assistance to farmers and ranchers who suffered losses or damage as a result of the mudslide and related flooding.
    • Local agriculture assistance: Linda Neunzig, Snohomish County Agriculture Coordinator - 425-388-7170 or 425-754-1466

River and environmental information


Property, insurance or tax information


Slide information and additional resources


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