- News & Events
Proposition 1 – the Sales & Use Tax for Transportation Improvements – would add 20 cents per $100 on taxable goods and services, generate more ongoing revenue for transportation improvements in Snoqualmie, and eliminate the $40 annual vehicle license fee. Read more...
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...
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...
City Hall has reopened to the public on a limited basis following a temporary closure due to COVID-19. Masks are required while inside the building.
City Hall first floor lobby hours:
Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
38624 SE River Street, Snoqualmie
City services are also available online, via email, and via phone. This includes utilities, business licensing, permitting, building inspections, and all other services provided to Snoqualmie residents and businesses.
- Business Licensing
- Utility Billing
- Building Permits
- General Requests
- Staff Directory
- Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
City council, committee, and commission meetings, as well as public hearings, are continuing to be held via Zoom and dial-in. To be notified when meetings will be held in person, subscribe to the City's weekly e-news.