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  1. Stehpanie Butler

    Snoqualmie Police Department Hires Behavioral Health Specialist

    Stephanie Butler recently joined the Snoqualmie Police Department, which serves the cities of Snoqualmie and North Bend, as the department’s new Behavioral Health Specialist. Read on...
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    Celebrate Our Community's Forests on Green Snoqualmie Day

    Celebrate fall by planting a tree with family and friends on Green Snoqualmie Day. Help weed, mulch, and nurture new plants on October 15, 9 a.m.-noon, 39912 SE Park Street. Read on...
  3. The View from Here (Watercolor by Laura Thorpe)

    Laura Thorpe Wins First Place in 2022 Plein Air Paint Out

    The winner of the 2022 Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out competition is a watercolor piece by Laura Thorpe titled “The View from Here” painted from Railroad Park and looking toward the Snoqualmie Depot and Mount Si. Read on...
  4. SR18-I-90 Groundbreaking with Mayor Ross, Gov. Inslee, and former Mayor Larson

    Groundbreaking Celebrates I-90/SR 18 Interchange Project

    Last Thursday, Mayor Ross, Former Mayor Larson, Councilmember Christensen, and Councilmember Wotton joined Governor Jay Inslee, along with Snoqualmie Tribe leaders and other representatives to celebrate the groundbreaking of WSDOT's I-90/SR18 Interchange. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Mill Development Agreement Written Public Comment Period Open Until Sept. 16

    The community is invited to provide comments about the draft Development Agreement (DA) for the proposed Snoqualmie Mill Site Project at the September 12, 2022, regular hybrid City Council meeting starting at 7pm. Read on...
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    Westbound I-90 Road Repair Project near Issaquah Could Cause Delays for Snoqualmie Commuters

    In mid September, Snoqualmie drivers should be prepared for potential traffic delays on westbound I-90 as the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) starts road improvement project to repair a stretch of rough freeway east of Issaquah. Read on...
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    Investing in Livability: Snoqualmie City Council Approves Historic Capital Improvement Plan

    The City Council unanimously approved the 2023-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which will guide the City’s investment and improvement of its parks, transportation, facility, and utility infrastructure over the next six years. Read on...
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    City Hosts Public Hearing for Snoqualmie Mill Development Agreement, September 12

    The Snoqualmie City Council will hold a public hearing for the Snoqualmie Mill Development Agreement at its regular September 12, 2022, meeting. That hybrid meeting is scheduled to begin at 7pm. Read on...
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    Notice of Application Published for Final Snoqualmie Ridge Housing Subdivision

    The City of Snoqualmie published a Notice of Application for a proposed housing subdivision that would create 46 new duplexes and townhomes, marking the final housing subdivision in the Snoqualmie Ridge master-planned community. Read on...
  10. Plein Air Paint Out Graphic

    Vote for the 2022 Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out Winner

    The City and the Snoqualmie Arts Commission are asking the public to choose the 2022 Plein Air Paint Out winner from the three finalists selected during Snoqualmie Days. Vote online today! Read on...
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    Police Arrest Suspect in Attempted Child Luring Case in North Bend

    With the assistance of information from the public, on August 24, 2022, the Snoqualmie Police Department arrested a suspect in a July 24, 2022, attempted child luring incident at North Bend's Torguson Park. Read on...
  12. TRAFFIC ALERT INFOGRAPHIC 2

    Lane Closures Start August 15 for Snoqualmie Parkway/Swenson Drive Traffic Signal Project

    On August 15, 2022, contractor crews working for the City will begin a two-week project that will recoat paint on the large traffic signal poles at the Snoqualmie Parkway and SE Swenson Drive intersection. The project should be complete on August 26. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Police Dept. Investigating Missing Endangered Person

    The Snoqualmie Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Tyler Singleton who was reported missing from his home in the Snoqualmie Ridge area on August 5, 2022. Read on...
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    Coming Soon: New Riverview Park Playground Equipment and Fisher Creek Park Zip Lines Repair

    Parks News: New playground equipment is coming to Riverview Park in downtown Snoqualmie, along with repairs of the popular zip lines at Fisher Creek Park. The new playground equipment is part of the 2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan. Read on...
  15. Plein Air Poster 2022

    Calling all Artists! Join the 2022 Plein Air Paint Out

    The Snoqualmie Arts Commission invites artists of all mediums to attend the Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out on Saturday, August 20 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. during Snoqualmie Days (formerly Railroad Days) in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Police Investigating Possible Attempted Child Luring Incident in North Bend

    On Sunday, July 24, 2022, at approximately 3:41pm the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to a possible attempted child luring incident at Torguson Park in North Bend. Read on...
  17. Cooling Center Infographic

    Cooling Locations Open to Public During Upcoming Extended Period of Hot Weather

    A heat advisory has been issued for our region from July 26 - July 29, with forecasted daytime highs in the mid to high 90s and nighttime low temperatures remaining the mid to high 60s. There are three designated cooling locations within Snoqualmie. Read on...
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    City Launches New Website Page to Process $40 Vehicle License Fee Refunds

    On July 21, 2022, the City launched a new website page to process refunds of a city-imposed vehicle license (AKA car tab) fee paid by some Snoqualmie residents. Residents who paid the fee can submit an online refund request form. Read on...
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    Downtown Roadway Repaving Scheduled for Week of July 25th

    A final piece of the downtown Snoqualmie Tree Streets Infrastructure Improvement Project – roadway grinding and repaving – is scheduled to begin the week of July 25, 2022. Completion is expected by Friday, July 29, 2022. Read on...
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    Parks and Recreation Professionals Day Celebrates Staff

    On National Parks and Recreation Professionals Day, celebrated on July 15 and recognized in a City proclamation by Mayor Ross, we recognize the dedicated Snoqualmie Parks staff, who manage more than 40 parks and 25 miles of trails. Read on...
  21. TRAFFIC ALERT INFOGRAPHIC (1)

    Traffic Alert: Mill Pond Road, Snoqualmie Parkway Lane Closures Required for Pavement Repairs

    Update: Beginning Wednesday, July 20 through Friday, July 22, 2022, Public Works crews will intermittently close one lane of Snoqualmie Parkway to accommodate crack and seal pavement repairs. Work is anticipated to occur between 7 am to 5 pm both days. Read on...
  22. Oath of Office

    New Snoqualmie Police Department Captain Sworn In

    On July 11, 2022, in front of a crowd of family, friends, and fellow officers, Brian W. Lynch was sworn in as the new Captain of the Snoqualmie Police Dept. He has 21 years of law enforcement experience, in both Enumclaw and Black Diamond Police Depts. Read on...
  23. Jen and Mayor

    City Appoints New Finance & HR and Community Development Directors

    Mayor Katherine Ross administered the Oath of Office to Jen Ferguson as Finance & HR Director and Emily Arteche as Community Development Director at the July 11 City Council meeting. Read on...
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    Day out with Thomas Event Returns to Snoqualmie Depot over Three July Weekends

    Hundreds of visitors are expected in downtown Snoqualmie over the next three July weekends as the popular Day out with Thomas, the Dream Big Tour returns to the historic Snoqualmie Depot. Read on...
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    Movies and Music in the Park Returns this Summer

    Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars as the Summer Movies and Music in the Park series returns to Snoqualmie! Read on...
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    Hearing Examiner Affirms Adequacy of Snoqualmie Mill Site Environmental Impact Statement

    A hearing examiner issued a written decision on the Snoqualmie Mill Site Planned Commercial/Industrial (PCI) Plan, affirming the adequacy of the plan’s Final Environmental Impact Statement and recommending City Council approve the Mill Site PCI Plan. Read on...
  27. NEWS RELEASE V2 INFOGRAPHIC

    City Council Approves nearly $1 million in Pandemic Relief Grants

    On June 27, 2022, the Snoqualmie City Council approved the appropriation of nearly $750,000 in Covid-19 relief grants to community organizations and small businesses. Another $200,000 was designated for individuals and households. Read on...
  28. Fireworks Laws in Snoqualmie Prevent Injuries and Protect Property

    Safety is #1 when it comes to fireworks. The Snoqualmie Fire and Police departments focus on safety laws to help prevent injuries, house fires, and wildfires, and will be out patrolling for city ordinance violations. Read on...
  29. The Snoqualmie River Still Runs Cold During Warm Days

    Warmer temperatures are here – with a Heat Advisory from the National Weather Service in effect June 25-27 – but rivers are still running very fast and cold. This is due to lingering snow melt from low temperatures this past spring. Read on...
  30. City of Snoqualmie Recognizes Juneteenth Holiday

    At its June 13, 2022 meeting, the Snoqualmie City Council approved Resolution No. 1619 adding Juneteenth (June 19) as an official City holiday for all employees. In recognition of Juneteenth, City facilities will be closed on Monday, June 20. Read on...
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    Big Truck Day Returns to Snoqualmie

    The City’s popular Big Truck Day returns on June 23 as an opportunity for kids to experience big trucks, big equipment, and big fun! Kids are welcome to see, touch, and sit in the trucks and equipment. Read on...
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    Paving Work Rescheduled due to Inclement Weather

    The final paving portion of the Downtown Snoqualmie Tree Streets Infrastructure Improvement Project - roadway grinding and repaving - has been delayed and will be rescheduled during more favorable weather for paving, most likely near the end of June. Read on...
  35. CIP Open House Infographic

    Snoqualmie Community Invited to Special Capital Improvement Plan Open House, June 9

    The community is invited to an in-person Capital Improvement Plan Open House on Thursday, June 9, 2022, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Snoqualmie City Hall that will showcase projects included in the Mayor’s Proposed 2023-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Read on...
  36. JOINT NEWS RELEASE INFOGRAPHIC

    City and Snoqualmie Tribe Collaborate on Momentous Agreement to Support Community Infrastructure

    The City of Snoqualmie and the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe signed a momentous infrastructure agreement that will support both the City’s and Tribe’s future economic development goals. Read on...
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    National Public Works Week Celebrates Staff Providing City Services

    Responsible for our clean water, reliable plumbing, and clear streets, the City’s Public Works Department staff members provide customers with quality services year-round that contribute to everyday life. Read on...
  38. EMS WEEK

    EMS Week Proclaimed in Snoqualmie

    At the May 9, 2022, City Council Meeting, Mayor Ross proclaimed May 15-21 EMS Week in Snoqualmie in recognition of the value and accomplishments of the City's emergency medical services providers. Read on...
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    National Police Week Proclaimed in Snoqualmie

    At the May 9, 2002, Snoqualmie City Council meeting, Mayor Katherine Ross officially proclaimed the week of May 11 -17 National Police Week in Snoqualmie. Read on...
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    Historic Firefighting Hose Cart Installed at Snoqualmie Fire Station

    This month a piece of local firefighting history was installed in the Snoqualmie Fire Station lobby: a late 19th century hose cart used to battle fires in the Snoqualmie Valley in the early 1900s. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie City Council Meetings Transition to Hybrid Format Starting May 9

    As City buildings have reopened and pre-pandemic City service levels return, Snoqualmie City Council meetings will transition to a hybrid format beginning on May 9, 2022, at 7 p.m. Read on...
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    Have a Green Thumb? Reserve a Community P-Patch Space

    Love to garden and/or grow your own vegetables? If so, the City of Snoqualmie Parks Department still has garden plots available for its 2022 Community P-Patch Program. Read on...
  43. Cenntennial park CIP Tour 4.23.22

    Councilmembers Hit the Road for On-site Tour of City Capital Improvement Projects

    On Saturday, April 23, 2022, Snoqualmie City Councilmembers met for a special meeting to learn more about the projects included in the City’s proposed Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which is an integral part of maintaining Snoqualmie’s livability. Read on...
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    Contract Awarded to Launch Snoqualmie Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program

    On April 11, 2022, Snoqualmie City Councilmembers approved Resolution 1610, awarding a Public Works contract to begin the City’s Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program that will eliminate many trip hazards in Snoqualmie neighborhoods. Read on...
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    “Go Fish” at the Kids’ Trout Derby in Snoqualmie

    The Annual Kids’ Trout Derby will be on May 7 from daylight to 10 a.m. at the ponds behind the Snoqualmie Police Department, 34825 S.E. Douglas Street. The derby, an annual tradition, is back this year after a hiatus from the pandemic. Read on...
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    Community Benefits from Donations to Bloodworks

    The Snoqualmie community once again stepped up to donate during an April blood drive from Bloodworks Northwest, resulting in 221 donations over a six-day period. Bloodworks hopes donors will return every 56 days to regularly donate blood. Read on...
  47. Arbor Day 2022

    Arbor Day Foundation Recognizes Snoqualmie with Two ‘Tree City’ Honors

    Snoqualmie recently attained two honors by the Arbor Day Foundation – being named a “Tree City USA” for the city’s commitment to effective urban forest management and the “Tree City USA Growth Award” for demonstrating a higher level of tree care. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie City Hall Reopens to Public in April

    Snoqualmie City Hall, which was temporarily closed to the public in response to the Covid-19 Omicron variant surge, will reopen the week of April 4, 2022. Read on...
  50. Public Hearing Notice Infograhic

    Community Invited to Public Hearing for Proposed Snoqualmie Mill Site Plan Application

    The community is invited to a public hearing about the proposed Snoqualmie Mill Site Planned Commercial/Industrial (PCI) Plan Application on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, at 4pm via Zoom. Read on...
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    It Takes a Village: Multi-year Collaborative Effort Secures Funding to Fix SR 18

    Elected officials, city leaders and public safety representatives gathered at City Hall for a roundtable discussion to reflect on the collaborative effort that secured $640 million in state and federal funding to widen a dangerous stretch of SR 18. Read on...
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    Recent Flood Water Rescues Highlight Importance of Respecting Road Closure Signs

    During this week’s Snoqualmie River flood event, Snoqualmie Fire crews responded to two separate water rescues in the Reinig Road/396th Drive area involving individuals who ignored road closure barricades as flood waters were rising. Read on...
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    City Council Approves Resolution Requesting Designation of Snoqualmie Parkway as Part of SR 18

    The Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved a resolution requesting Washington State designate Snoqualmie Parkway as an extension of SR 18. The 3.5 mile, 4-lane divided parkway connects SR 202 in downtown Snqoualmie to SR 18 at the I-90 interchange. Read on...
  57. Blood Drive Pop Up

    Community Contributes to Bloodworks’ Donation Success in 2021

    During the pandemic, Bloodworks Northwest has turned to onsite donation centers in communities like Snoqualmie to ensure a healthy blood supply. Learn ways donations in Snoqualmie made an impact along with how you can donate in 2022. Read on...
  58. Rob Wotton

    City Council Appoints Rob Wotton as New Council Member

    The Snoqualmie City Council voted unanimously to appoint Rob Wotton for Council Position 2 at the City Council meeting on January 10. Read on...
  59. Snoqualmie City Buildings to Close Temporarily to Public

    In accordance with recent public health recommendations and to ensure resident and staff safety in reducing the spread of COVID-19, Snoqualmie City Buildings will be temporarily closed as of January 7, 2022 at 5 p.m. Read on...
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    City of Snoqualmie Winter Storm Response Update

    Public Works crews are clearing snow and ice throughout the city, including removing snow and ice from storm drains. If you can do so safely, please remove compacted snow and ice from these drains to prevent pooling in the streets from snow melt and rain. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Welcomes New City Administrator Michael Sauerwein

    The Snoqualmie City Council recently confirmed Michael (Mike) Sauerwein as City Administrator, a role that starts on January 10. Sauerwein, who most recently worked as City Manager for Medina, Washington, was selected following a nationwide search. Read on...
  62. City of Snoqualmie Winter Storm Response Update

    With stabilized conditions on main roads, Public Works crews are working hard to plow secondary and tertiary areas in the City. With today’s Winter Weather Advisory, residents should be prepared for the possibility of additional snow overnight. Read on...
  63. Waste Management Offers Customers Drop-Off Sites for Garbage and Recycling

    Due to winter storms over the holidays that have delayed pickup service, Waste Management has worked with the City to offer its Monday and Tuesday customers in Snoqualmie two drop-off sites for garbage and recycling (no composting). Read on...
  64. City Hall Closed for Walk-In Services January 3

    City Hall will be closed to the public for walk-in services January 3 due to new snowfall. City services are available online, via email, and via phone. Read on...
  65. Warming Shelters Available in Snoqualmie

    The region continues to experience dangerously cold temperatures this week. The public is invited to visit the following local warming locations. Read on...
  66. City Hall Closed for Walk-In Services December 27-28

    City Hall will be closed to the public for walk-in services December 27-28 due to winter weather. City services are available online, via email, and via phone. Read on...
  67. City of Snoqualmie Seeks Input on Community Projects

    The City of Snoqualmie wants to hear from residents through a short, confidential survey to help determine community projects. Read on...
  68. Final Environmental Impact Statement on Snoqualmie Mill Planned Commercial/Industrial Plan Issued

    On December 9, 2021, the City of Snoqualmie issued the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Snoqualmie Mill Planned Commercial/Industrial Plan. The FEIS may be reviewed on the City’s website or at Snoqualmie City Hall. Read on...
  69. December 13 City Council Meeting To Be Held in Person and Remotely

    The December 13 City Council meeting will be held in a hybrid format - both in-person and using Zoom - with a 7 p.m. start time. The meeting will take place at the City Council Chambers, 38624 SE River Street. Read on...
  70. Upcoming City Council Opening To Be Filled by Appointment

    The City of Snoqualmie is accepting applications from Snoqualmie residents to fill an upcoming vacancy for Position 2 on the Snoqualmie City Council. Read on...
  71. King County Requires Vaccination Confirmation

    When visiting local businesses, be prepared to show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours due to a recent health order. Please support our local merchants as we navigate safety measures and the upcoming holidays. Read on...
  72. Snoqualmie Announces City Administrator Finalists

    Members of the public will have the opportunity to meet the four finalists for the position of Snoqualmie City Administrator on Monday, November 15, 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 38624 SE River Street. Masks are required. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Citizens Academy Goes Virtual

    Learn how your city government works in an educational video series. Read on...
  74. 2021 Green Snoqualmie Planting at Three Forks - courtesy of Jim Avery

    Green Snoqualmie and Arbor Day Volunteers Plant Hundreds of Trees

    On two Saturdays in October, volunteers of all ages planted trees and spread mulch to protect our treasured community forests, which include more than 1,000 acres of open space and forestland as well as 10,000 street and park trees. Read on...
  75. Most City of Snoqualmie Employees Vaccinated

    Two weeks after the Vaccine Mandate deadline of October 18 adopted by the City of Snoqualmie for employees, more than 90 percent of City staff have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Read on...
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    Free Activities for Community Members Offered at Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

    The YMCA is offering many fun and free activities this fall open to all Snoqualmie community members. They are also offering a no-join fee through the end of the year. Read on...
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    Kiosk Display Wins National Honors for Design

    A downtown kiosk display recently received two national awards for graphic design. The display, located along the boardwalk near the Snoqualmie Depot, consists of a historic and cultural overview of Snoqualmie and a downtown walking tour. Read on...
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    Estrada Appointed Snoqualmie’s City Clerk

    Mayor Matt Larson administered the Oath of Office to Deborah “Deb” Estrada at the October 11 City Council meeting, where she was appointed as City Clerk for the City of Snoqualmie. She will begin work on October 18, 2021. Read on...
  79. Applications Open for Latest Snoqualmie COVID-19 Relief Program

    The City of Snoqualmie has opened the application process for small businesses, community organizations, and households in Snoqualmie to request a new round of funding through the City of Snoqualmie COVID-19 Snoqualmie Relief Program. Read on...
  80. Serve Your Community on the Planning Commission

    The City of Snoqualmie Planning Commission has an opening based on Cara Christensen’s appointment to the City Council. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Police Take Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

    The Snoqualmie Police Department will help residents prevent drug abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on October 23, Read on...
  82. Green Snoqualmie Event - Jim Avery, photo credit

    Celebrate Our Community’s Forests on Green Snoqualmie Day

    Join your Snoqualmie neighbors in celebrating the community’s forests by helping to plant several hundred trees and shrubs under Mount Si at Three Forks Natural Area, located at 39912 SE Park Street. Read on...
  83. City Council Appoints Cara Christensen as New Council Member

    The Snoqualmie City Council appointed Cara Christensen for Council Position 6 at the City Council meeting on September 27. Mayor Matt Larson administered the Oath of Office, after which Council Member Christensen took her seat immediately. Read on...
  84. Reinig Road and Mill Pond Road Overlay Project Starts Next Week

    Starting Monday, October 4, contractor crews will begin work on the 2021 Overlay Project to repair damaged pavement sections along SE Mill Pond Road, SE Reinig Road, and Schusman Avenue. Read on...
  85. US Census Releases Data on Snoqualmie Population Growth

    The US Census recently released population figures for cities nationwide as part of their data release for redistricting. Census data shows the City of Snoqualmie’s population was 14,121 as of April 1, 2020. Read on...
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    Serve Your Community on a City of Snoqualmie Commission

    Two City of Snoqualmie commissions and one committee are seeking new members, including the Arts Commission, the Parks and Events Commission, and the Human Services Advisory Committee. Read on...
  87. Crack Sealing Project Preserves Snoqualmie Parkway

    While new lines on the Snoqualmie Parkway pavement go every which way, the purpose they provide in preserving this roadway is distinct and long-lasting. Read on...
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    Plein Air Paint Out 2022 Poster Selected – “In the Moment”

    Based on a social media vote, participants selected an oil-based work from artist Britt Greenland titled “In the Moment” as the Plein Air Paint Out winning painting for 2022. Read on...
  89. Public Invited to Patriot Day Ceremony in Snoqualmie

    In honor of the 2,977 civilians, firefighters, and police officers who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, there will be a Patriot Day remembrance ceremony this Saturday, September 11, 8:30 a.m. in Railroad Park. Read on...
  90. Snoqualmie Police Assist in Incident Involving Suspect with Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

    On Friday, August 27 at about 12:20 p.m., Snoqualmie Police Officers were asked to assist the FBI with a one-million dollar fugitive arrest rape warrant. The FBI was following the male suspect, out of Louisiana, westbound on I-90 from Snoqualmie Pass. Read on...
  91. Mayor Larson Announces Vaccination Mandate for Snoqualmie Staff

    Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson informed citywide staff that COVID-19 vaccinations are required as of October 18, 2021. Read on...
  92. City of Snoqualmie Recruiting for a City Administrator

    The City of Snoqualmie, which offers excellent benefits and work/life balance, is currently recruiting for a City Administrator. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie City Council Member Sean Sundwall Resigns

    Snoqualmie City Council Member Sean Sundwall today announced his intention to resign from the City Council effective August 30, 2021. Read on...
  94. Music in the Park Returns this August

    Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars as Summer Music in the Park returns for two shows in August! Music in the Park will be held in Snoqualmie Community Park on Snoqualmie Ridge and Sandy Cove Park in downtown Snoqualmie. Read on...
  95. Cooling Locations Open to the Public during Excessive Heat

    The National Weather Service is forecasting excessive heat from Wednesday noon through Saturday evening, with limited nighttime cooling. During this time, the following local cooling locations are available. Read on...
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    Youths’ Quick Reaction Helps Firefighters Contain House Fire

    Three youths were honored at a July 26 City Council meeting, where Interim Fire Chief Mike Bailey presented them with certificates of recognition for their quick thinking in identifying a house fire. Read on...
  97. A Letter from the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association - 2021 Pancake Breakfast Cancelled

    It is with deep regret that we will not be hosting a Pancake Breakfast this year. With the anticipated numbers and increasing attendance, we could not figure out a way to safely host the event in the short amount of time we had available. Read on...
  98. City Hall Reopens to the Public on a Limited Basis

    Snoqualmie City Hall, which was temporarily closed in accordance with Governor Inslee's Safe Start plan along with helping to ensure resident and staff safety in reducing COVID-19, will reopen to the public on a limited basis starting the week of July 19. Read on...
  99. Save the Dates for Summer Music, Art & Wine Walks, and More

    Summer events return this year with fun for all ages, from a Chalk the Block event to live music in two locations this August. The popular Finally Friday Art & Wine Walk series returns July-September. Read on...
  100. Snoqualmie Riverbank Repair Project to Prevent Road Failure

    The City, with funding from the King County Flood Control District, will repair the existing river revetment. The repair will protect properties and structures along the roadway and stabilize a city water main and buried utility infrastructure. Read on...
  101. City Begins Downtown Utilities Improvements on ‘Tree Streets’ in July

    The City of Snoqualmie continues its downtown improvements to utilities and stormwater infrastructure. The next phase takes place along Maple Avenue SE and Doone Avenue SE, King Street, and Pine Ave SE. Read on...
  102. Energy-Saving Tips from Puget Sound Energy

    Puget Sound Energy is encouraging customers to be more energy conscious as temperatures heat up over the next few days. Across its service area, PSE’s electric infrastructure is currently performing well, and energy usage is being monitored closely. Read on...
  103. Cooling Locations Open to the Public

    The National Weather Service is forecasting excessive heat from Friday afternoon through Monday evening, with record-breaking temperatures this coming weekend. The public is invited to visit any of the following cooling locations. Read on...
  104. Bridge Inspection 2021

    Meadowbrook Bridge To Be Closed for an Inspection

    The Meadowbrook Bridge located in Snoqualmie will be closed to all traffic for a routine inspection on Thursday, June 24 starting at 8:30 a.m. Traffic will not be allowed on the bridge during the process – the bridge will reopen at 3:30 p.m. Read on...
  105. Fireworks Laws in Snoqualmie Prevent Injuries and Protect Property

    Safety is #1 when it comes to fireworks. The Snoqualmie Fire and Police departments focus on safety laws to help prevent injuries, house fires, and wildfires, and will be out patrolling for city ordinance violations. Read on...
  106. Snoqualmie Announces a New Online Portal for Public Records Requests

    The City of Snoqualmie has adopted a new online portal to streamline Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Read on...
  107. Snoqualmie Recognized as 2021 Main Street America Affiliate

    The City of Snoqualmie has been designated as an affiliate Main Street™ program. Read on...
  108. Public Works Project Honored for Environmental Best Practices

    The City of Snoqualmie Water Reclamation Facility Phase II recently received a prestigious 2021 Project of the Year achievement award from the state chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) in the Environment category. Read on...
  109. Snoqualmie Fire Department Responds to Residential Fire

    At approximately 11 a.m. on April 16, Snoqualmie Firefighters responded to a residential structure fire in the 7500 block of Raven Ave SE in the Snoqualmie Ridge community. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Police Take Unwanted Prescription Drugs

    The Snoqualmie Police Department will help residents prevent drug abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 24. Read on...
  111. Snoqualmie Firefighters Honored with Service Awards

    The Snoqualmie Fire Department recently recognized several firefighters for their contributions to our community at their annual awards dinner, held online due to COVID-19. Read on...
  112. Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park Helps Reduce Canine Conflicts

    Many dog owners in Snoqualmie are letting their dogs off-leash in Snoqualmie’s large parks and open spaces, which can create uncomfortable situations for dogs that are on leashes and their owners. Read on...
  113. Santa Joins Mayor Larson in a Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony

    Although we are unable to gather as a community for the tree lighting ceremony this year, the tree is lit for all to enjoy in historic downtown Snoqualmie. In a new video, Santa joins Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson for a virtual tree lighting. Read on...
  114. City Hall Pop-Up Blood Drives Serve Our Community

    Since June 2020, the City of Snoqualmie has hosted three blood drive “pop-ups” from BloodWorks Northwest, where donors can donate blood in a safe setting. Read on...
  115. La Niña Predicted for Winter and Spring: Wetter and Colder

    According to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center – a division of the National Weather Service – we are entering a La Niña event that will last into next spring. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Citizens Academy Goes Virtual

    This year’s Snoqualmie Citizens Academy goes virtual with 14 videos featuring the Mayor, department heads, and city staff sharing information about how the city works and the services it provides to residents, businesses, and visitors to the community. Read on...
  117. Snoqualmie Wastewater Treatment Plant Earns Performance Award

    The Washington Department of Ecology named the City of Snoqualmie among the winners of the annual Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance Award for 2019, repeating treatment plant honors the city received in 2018. Read on...
  118. Snoqualmie’s Urban Forests Need Our Protection

    The Stillwater Bog, part of the city’s extensive parks and trail system, is home to birds and wildlife and serves as a stopping point along the Stillwater Bog trail. Please help us care for these valuable natural areas. Read on...
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    Drowning in Snoqualmie River Brings Renewed Attention to River Safety

    While swimming in the water is tempting during these warm summer days, local rivers such as the Snoqualmie are inherently dangerous. The water can be high, swift, and cold as mountain snowpack melts, increasing the risk of hypothermia. Read on...
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    Fourth of July Parade Honors Front Line Workers

    Start your Fourth of July holiday by viewing a parade honoring front line workers. Starts at 10 a.m. at the corner of Meadowbrook Way, traveling through downtown and up Snoqualmie Ridge. Read on...
  121. Census Data Impacts Local Funding during COVID-19 Health Crisis

    U.S. Census data makes a local impact on programs used during the COVID-19 health crisis, including funding for school lunches and emergency preparedness in our community. Read on...
  122. Serve Your Community on a City of Snoqualmie Commission

    Three City of Snoqualmie commissions are seeking new members, including the Civil Service Commission, the Economic Development Commission, and the Parks and Events Commission. Read on...
  123. SafeWise Names Snoqualmie Safest City in Washington for 2020

    Snoqualmie repeated its #1 ranking as 2020 Safest City in Washington with SafeWise, which ranked the city #1 in both 2019 and 2018. To reach its findings, SafeWise compiles FBI Uniform Crime Report statistics and population data. Read on...
  124. City of Snoqualmie Joins the Eastside Census Challenge

    In a friendly rivalry, the City of Snoqualmie has joined the cities of Issaquah, Redmond, and Sammamish in an Eastside Census Challenge. Read on...
  125. City of Snoqualmie Seeks Your Input on Stormwater

    The city seeks input from Snoqualmie residents and business owners to develop programs for protecting our local streams, rivers, and Puget Sound from toxins and pollutants. Read on...
  126. City Hall Turns Out the Lights for Earth Hour

    On Saturday, March 28 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., the lights at Snoqualmie City Hall will turn off in support of Earth Hour. Read on...
  127. Work for the City of Snoqualmie as a Human Resources Analyst

    The City of Snoqualmie is looking for the right person to support human resources processes, recruitment and selection, personnel laws and procedures, labor negotiations, and much more. Read on...
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    Snoqualmie Firefighters Compete in Stairclimb up Columbia Center

    On March 8, a team of 10 Snoqualmie firefighters will compete in the 29th Annual SCOTT Firefighter Stairclimb, a climb to the top of the 69-floor Columbia Center in downtown Seattle – 1,356 steps with a vertical elevation of 788 feet! Read on...
  129. Call to Artists – Seeking Applications for 2020 Art Partners Program

    The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is requesting proposals from artists and arts programs to receive funding from the 2020 Art Partners Program. Program proposals may include both classes and events for the visual, musical, and performing arts. Read on...
  130. City of Snoqualmie Seeks New Members for Commissions

    Do you want to become more involved in your community? Positions are open on the Parks & Events Commission and the Civil Service Commission. Read on...
  131. Rudometkin Appointed Snoqualmie’s Interim City Administrator

    Mayor Matt Larson has appointed Rick J. Rudometkin as interim City Administrator pending confirmation from the Snoqualmie City Council on January 13. Rudometkin serves in the position vacated by Bob Larson. Read on...
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    Call to Artists – Display Your Art at City Hall this Year

    The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is seeking artwork to display at Snoqualmie City Hall in 2020. Shows will feature artists with multiple two-dimensional pieces for rotation, including paintings, pastels, pencil, photography, and charcoal art works. Read on...
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    Take a Walk through the Past with New Kiosk Displays

    New kiosk displays located by the Snoqualmie Depot share the city’s past through a historic and cultural overview along with a walking tour of downtown Snoqualmie. Read on...
  134. City Phones Scheduled for Systems Testing – Temporary Downtime

    The City of Snoqualmie IT Department will be upgrading the city’s phone system in two phases. During the first phase, which begins December 21 at 6 a.m., general phone lines and voicemail may be intermittently interrupted for a 48-hour period. Read on...
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    City Adopts a Police Narcotics K-9 Program to further Community Awareness

    The Snoqualmie Police Department is moving forward with a Police Narcotics K-9 Program to increase awareness of illegal drug use and enhance community safety in the cities of Snoqualmie and North Bend. Read on...