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The City of Snoqualmie is establishing a COVID-19 Snoqualmie Small Business and Community Rapid Relief Program to assist small, locally-owned, Snoqualmie-based businesses and community organizations. Applications will be available soon. Read more...
The Snoqualmie Police Department and the Washington State Employment Security Department have seen a dramatic rise in unemployment imposter fraud in recent weeks. If you suspect someone has made a fraudulent claim in your name, take these steps... Read more...
The Red, White & Boom fireworks display in Snoqualmie has provided an evening of fun for all ages each July 4 since 2016. This year, due to the coronavirus and COVID-19, it has been postponed, but not cancelled. Read more...
Governor Jay Inslee, in collaboration with the Washington State Department of Health, has established a data-driven approach to reopen Washington and modify physical distancing measures through four phases. This approach reduces the risk of COVID-19 to Washington’s most vulnerable populations and preserves capacity in our health care system.
Phase 1 — Current
- Some outdoor recreation (hunting, fishing, golf, boating, hiking). State parks are open for day use only. Camping is not allowed.
- “Drive-in” spiritual services with one household per vehicle
- Only essential travel
- Essential businesses
- Existing construction that meets agreed-upon criteria
- Car sales
- Retail — only curbside pickup
- Car washes
- Pet walkers
Phase 2 — Date to be determined
- All outdoor recreation involving fewer than five people outside your household. Camping and beaches are expected to reopen.
- Gatherings with no more than five people outside your household
- Limited nonessential travel within proximity of home
- All remaining manufacturing businesses
- New construction
- In home/domestic services such as nannies, house cleaning
- Retail — in-store purchases allowed with some restrictions
- Real estate
- Office-based businesses. Telework remains strongly encouraged.
- Barbers, hair and nail salons
- Restaurants — must operate at under 50% capacity, with table sizes capped at parties of five
Phase 3 — Date to be determined
- Outdoor group recreational sports activities — capped at groups of 50 people
- Recreational facilities such as public pools — operating at less than 50% capacity
- All gatherings capped at 50 people
- Nonessential travel can resume
- Restaurants can operate at up to 75% capacity, with table sizes capped at parties of 10
- Bars at under 25% capacity
- Indoor gyms at under 50% capacity
- Movie theaters at under 50% capacity
- Government offices open. Telework remains strongly encouraged.
- All other businesses other than nightclubs and events with more than 50 people
Phase 4 — Date to be determined
- Public interactions will be allowed to resume, though physical distancing should still be observed.
- All recreational activity can resume.
- Gatherings of more than 50 people can resume.
- Concert venues
- Large sporting events
Social distancing and good hygiene habits must continue.
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