530 Mudslide Relief & Information

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A tragic loss of homes, loved ones
and  mourning communities

The Darrington & Oso communities faced terrible  tragedy on March 22, 2014 when 10:37 am standard time the first of two massive mudslides swept down the Stillaguamish River & Valley with no warning.  The second massive slide struck at 10:45 and fifteen smaller slides followed.  By around 2:30 pm the slides seemed to mostly stop.  The ground shuddered and time just seemed to stand still.  Dedicated people of the Darrington community worked sorting through the mud at the slide around the clock in spite of their grieving and anguish at waiting to find the missing identified.  The whole community worked in one capacity or another opening homes to volunteers, providing food, gathering supplies for those homes being flooded.  Work still continues to heal the two communities torn by this tragedy.

The North Fork Stillaguamish River blocked from mud and debris and water upstream began to flood the surrounding ares.  Homes were torn from their foundations and swept away great distances by the wall of mud or buried all together.  Now the communities face the devastation of the slide, traumatized survivors and the loss of many loved ones. 

The small community of Darrington has always come together in time of need  and has seldom asked for help.  The immensity is huge and the effects of this tragedy will last for years to come.  You can help our small community by donating to help our survivors rebuild their lives and sadly help with cost to bury our loved ones.

Please help the Darrington Community!  We need your help & support and this is how you can help our small community!

Contact Information:

Web Admin email: DABAbizmail@gmail.com
Web Admin voice mail: 360.474.7324
Darrington City Hall email:  darrcityhall@frontier.com
Darrington City Hall phone #: 360.436.1131
Darrington Emergency Services:
  • Emergency call 911
  • Phone 360.436.1338
  • Fax 360.436.0162
Darrington Ranger Station phone: 360.436.1155
Sauk-Suiattle Tribe phone: 360.436.0131
Darrington Joint Resource Center phone: 425.583.9912 or 425.583.9887

Snohomish County Information

530 Slide News & Resources

Emergency Slide Information

Monetary donations and gift cards can be sent directly to:

 NCFS Relief Fund:  c/o Coastal Community Bank P.O.Box 90, Darrington, WA 98241

Coastal Community Banks are accepting donations for slide victims at all branches: Darrington, Camano Island, Everett, Monroe, Stanwood, Sultan, Silver Lake, Smokey Point, Snohomish and Whidbey Island.