Expo Center now open for large animal shelter for evacuees

The Enumclaw Expo Center is now open to large animals displaced by the Norse Peak wildfire evacuation orders near the Crystal Mountain Resort.

  • Wednesday, September 6, 2017 9:52am
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The Enumclaw Expo Center is now open to large animals displaced by the Norse Peak wildfire evacuation orders near the Crystal Mountain Resort.

The Enumclaw Expo Center has dozens of stalls available for animal owners to bring their horses, llamas, cattle, sheep, goats or other livestock.

A secure 10 foot x 10 foot stall is available along with a water source. Owners are responsible for feed, feed and water containers, bedding and stall cleaning.

Parking for trucks and trailers is available in the nearby south parking lot. Space may also be available for rent in the RV park with power and water hookups.

Arrangements should be made through the Enumclaw Expo Center at (360) 226-3493. The Enumclaw Expo Center is located at 45224 284th Ave. SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022.

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