Drinking water and Sani-Can portable restrooms are presently available at the Clallam Bay Branch Library.

Water and Other Services
Water access has been restored to residents of Clallam Bay. All water samples have come back satisfactory. The Clallam Bay Boil Water Advisory is being lifted, effective immediately. Water is now drinkable and can be used for all other purposes. Due to the storms that may occur between November 24 and November 30, supplies and additional bottled water are on standby at the Clallam Bay Library if needed.

Donations
The Clallam Bay Library is no longer seeking donations for emergency response efforts now that water access has been restored. Thank you for the generous donations that were received and distributed to area residents.

Clallam County Individual Federal Assistance Request
Clallam County is seeking preliminary damage estimates for private property sustained in the recent weather event in order to determine whether the county qualifies for federal assistance. If the county reaches a certain threshold, there is the potential for federal reimbursement of damages.

If your property (anywhere in Clallam County) was damaged in the recent storm event, please complete this form on the County’s website. If you need assistance completing the form or know someone who doesn’t have internet access, you can call for assistance at 360-565-2681 between 9am and 4pm. You will need to know the type of insurance you have (e.g. renter’s, home owner’s, flood, landslide), the amount of your deductible, and an estimated dollar amount of the damages. Please include both material and labor costs in your dollar estimate.

After the county collects the information, the data will be submitted to the State Emergency Management Department to determine if the county meets its threshold for individual assistance. If individual assistance becomes available, the Clallam County Emergency Management will contact you with information on filing for assistance.

Additional Information

Water access in Sekiu and Clallam Bay has been extremely limited since the storm on November 15 that wiped out the main water line which provided drinking water to residents.

NOLS is partnering with Clallam County Emergency Management, Clallam County Fire District Five, Clallam PUD, the Makah Tribe, and the Clallam Bay School to ensure that residents of Clallam Bay continue to have access to drinking water.

Clallam County Emergency Management Storm Resources

Specific questions about the water distribution in Clallam Bay should be directed to acting Fire Chief Heather Quinones at 360-640-5338, or the West End Library Manager Troi Gale at 360- 963-2414.

NOLS water transportation