Reverse 911 test begins Oct. 5 in Snoqualmie

The city of Snoqualmie operates its own Reverse 911 community notification system that is tested citywide each fall. This year, testing is scheduled for Monday through Friday, Oct. 5 to 9. During one of those evenings, each resident or business phone line should receive a call between the hours of 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. A recorded voice will identify the call as a test from the Snoqualmie Emergency Operations Center.

Most phone numbers are already in the system and do not need to be re-registered. New residents, and those that do not receive a test call by Oct. 10, are encouraged to register. To sign up, go to and click ‘REVERSE 911 Sign Up and Information.’

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