National Weather Service - water level predictions by NOAA
Flooding data and predictions for anywhere in the United States. Click on the spot on the map you want the predictions for.

WA state road closures and traffic alerts
See road alerts and closures. Click on area of interest on map.

Water flow rates in Western Washington
This is the "Real-Time Data for Washington_ Streamflow" for USGS river gauges. Pick the station you are interested in in the column on the left.

Grays Harbor Emergency Management
Links to Grays Harbor road closures, press releases, all hazards guide and other pertinent information

Lewis County Emergency Management
Contains links to active alerts, river readings, road closures and more. Also has Disaster Supply Kit links with lists on how to make kits for your car, for pet supplies, grab and go bags and more

Mason County Emergency Management
Links to preparedness information, road closures, shelters and volunteer information. Not all links are working

Pacific County Emergency Management
Information related to Emergency Management is on this webpage. Current information on weather, disasters and more

Thurston County Emergency Management
Includes local incident updates, hazard and preparedness links, flood information and more

Applying for Disaster Assistance at the FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Drinking Water Emergencies
Washington State Department of Health
FEMA-sponsored website to prepare, plan, and stay informed. Links to build your own survival kit, how to get involved in your community, and the location of local Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs)

Washington state's Emergency Management Division
Home page of the agency, with many links to relevant information on conditions, travel, resources, assistance and preparation.

American Red Cross - Get Prepared
Describes how to be prepared for emergencies at home, school, work and in your community

America's PrepareAthon!
America's PrepareAthon! is a grassroots campaign for action to increase community preparedness and resilience.

Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provides guidance about mold and moisture for homes, schools, multifamily and commercial buildings.

Saving Family Treasures Guidelines
Information on recovering paper documents, photographs, books, magnetic and electronic data after a flood or other disaster.