The Snohomish County Local Emergency Planning Committee (SC-LEPC) is a coordination and planning body for hazardous materials located in the County.  The Committee’s mandate by Federal law is to meet the duties required pursuant to Public Law 99-499, Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA), Title III, and related regulations.


  • Education of community on their responsibility in emergency preparedness
  • Support the Community Right to Know Act
  • Establish and maintain a subcommittee structure consistent with optimal support of the mission
  • Establish partnerships with local, regional, state or national groups and organizations
  • Increase public awareness

Who Belongs

Membership in the Snohomish County LEPC is a matter of choice, concern, and commitment.  The common element among members is the desire to promote public safety through personal involvement.  Members include:

  • Elected & Appointed Officials
  • Law Enforcement
  • Emergency Management
  • Fire/Emergency Medical Service
  • Public Health
  • Public Works
  • Business and Industry
  • Concerned Citizens
  • Hospital/Health Care
  • Schools, Colleges, & Universities
  • Utility Providers
  • Transportation
  • Broadcast and Media
  • Community Groups
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Tribal Nation Officials

Tier II Filing 

2023 Tier II reports are due to Washington State Department of Ecology with a copy provided to the LEPC and facility serving Fire Service agency by 1 March 2024.  You may mail or email your completed Tier II report to Snohomish County LEPC:

Mail to:Email to:
Snohomish County LEPC Coordinator
720 80th St SW, Bldg A
Everett, WA 98203

Upcoming Events

Q4 2023 LEPC Meeting

9:00 AM-11:00 AM, Oct. 19 - Hybrid Meeting