Current Emergency Information
Tukwila, Wash. Weather Incident Update (Tuesday, April 9, 2019 7:00 a.m. PDT)
Boeing leaders continue to monitor operations at the Tukwila, Wash. sites due to Friday’s weather incident that caused power disruptions to some buildings and facilities.
Your safety is our highest priority. Please watch for emails from your site leaders and heed all warnings and advisories issued by local, county and state emergency management personnel.
Status of Boeing Operations at Tukwila, Wash.
Teams have been working hard to safely restore power to the impacted areas resulting from Friday’s weather incident in Tukwila, Wash.
All sites are reported to be open and fully operational.?
Many of the stop lights on East Marginal Way have been temporarily replaced with stop signs. Please be sure to come to a complete stop at the intersections and treat them as a four-way stop.
Developmental Center: Operations are normal. Buildings 9-51, 9-77, 9-08, 9-52 and 9-05 are on generator power.
The main gate J-26 has reopened. To maintain safety and ease traffic congestion, the south side J-8 gate will remain open from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon – Fri until traffic lights are operational.
Thompson Site: The Site is open and operating on generator power.
Plant 2: Operations are normal.
Military Delivery Center: Operations are normal.
Boeing Field: Operations are normal.
We will continue to update this website and the Boeing Employee Emergency Information Line at 1-800-899-6431 as any new information is announced. If your site is not mentioned, you should assume operations are normal and the site is open.
All other sites and facilities across the Enterprise are operating on normal schedules. Should you have any questions, please contact your manager directly.
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