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Enhanced 911 services

Enhanced 911 Program Office 
7300 Perimeter Rd S, Room 128
Seattle, WA 98108-3848
Fax: 206-296-3909

King County
Office of Emergency Management

3511 NE 2nd Street
Renton, WA 98056-4192
Fax: 206-205-4056
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Enhanced 911 Program Office

Text-to-9-1-1 is not available in King County at this time. If you are experiencing an emergency, please place a voice call to 9-1-1.

Read more about text-to-9-1-1 capabilities here.

The E-911 Program Office administers the regional emergency 9-1-1 telephone system in King County. In partnership with the twelve call centers in King County, our office helps provide quick and professional 9-1-1 service to the entire county, including all cities and unincorporated areas. 
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Contact information:

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Icon: Right arrow Phone: 206-296-3910 (This is an administrative number. If you have an emergency please dial 9-1-1. If you are outside of King County and have an emergency please dial 206-296-3311.
Icon: Right arrow Fax: 206-296-3909

Icon: Right arrow Address: Enhanced 911 Program Office


7300 Perimeter Rd S, Room 128

Seattle, Washington 98108-3848

Icon: Right arrow Office hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


E-911 Program Manager: Marlys Davis 206-296-3911
    Administrator II: Janise Fessenden 206-296-3978
  Project Manager Deb Flewelling 206-296-3914 

E-911 PSAP Mapping Administrator: Khalid Khan 206-296-3906

E-911 PSAP Network Administrator: Steve Lagreid 206-296-3905

Program Manager III: Kayreen Lum 206-296-3908
  Finance Manager Laura Pitarys 206-477-4917

E-911 PSAP Mapping Analyst: Evelyn Torres 206-296-3907

E-911 ALI Database Administrator: Milla Zinski 206-296-3912

PSAP Consolidation Assessment:
GeoComm PSAP Consolidation Assessment 
Presentation of Recommendations from the PSAP Consolidation Assessment of the King County E-911 System September 23, 2013:
Presentation by King County 
Presentation of Recommendation by GeoComm

Please use 9-1-1 responsibly. Call only if you need an emergency response from police, fire or medics. For non-emergencies call your local police or fire department or other appropriate agency.