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Bolt Creek Fire Burn Scar

Learn more about the impacts of the Bolt Creek Fire on the areas near Baring, Grotto, and Skykomish in northeast King County.

The 2022 Bolt Creek Fire continues to have lasting impacts after burning more than 10,000 acres of land in King and Snohomish counties. For information on the Bolt Creek Fire, go to Snohomish County's Public Safety Hub.

USGS Hazard Assessment Map

Hazard assessment map following Bolt Creek Fire from U.S. Geological Survey, last accessed June 14, 2024
Last accessed June 14, 2024

After the Bolt Creek Fire

Get more info on the risk of landslides in this area from the USGS.

Download the "Floods After Fires" flyer from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

Real-time weather station info

Residents are also encouraged to have a NOAA All-Hazards Weather Alert Radio to stay informed of potential threats in their area.

The community

If your business was affected by the Bolt Creek Fire, you may qualify for a Small Business Administration Loan.

The Emergency Feeding Program is assisting the communities of Baring, Grotto, and Skykomish with an emergency cache of food. The goal is two weeks of shelf stable food for 300 people in the area in case of emergency. This includes during winter road closures.

Additional Instructions for the Midland Weather Alert Radio