Roles and Responsibilities
The Communications Department is charged with providing transparent and timely communications to Snoqualmie citizens. The department is responsible for maintaining and updating the City's website, social media channels, answering general resident inquiries, coordinating community surveys, City news releases, emergency communications, and other communication-related needs.
Mission and Goals
The Communications Department strives to provide transparent, trustworthy, timely and accurate public information to Snoqualmie residents and media outlets.
The Communications Department is led by Danna McCall, who holds a bachelor's degree in Communications/Public Relations from the University of Washington. Before working in government communications, she founded and ran local Snoqualmie Valley media website, Living Snoqualmie. She has lived in Snoqualmie for 20 years.
Stay Informed with City Communications
- Get city news first-hand through City E-News, Facebook, NextDoor and Twitter.
- Watch City Council meetings livestreamed on YouTube and see other interesting videos by city leadership and staff.
- Sign up for notifications to receive information on topics of special interest.
See all the ways you can stay in touch.
If you are a member of the media and would like information about city news, events, or public safety incidents, please contact us. We are also able to schedule interviews for you with city staff.
- 425-888-1555 Ext. 1164
- 425-996-5285 (Cell)
- Email Danna
- 425-888-1555 Ext. 1116
- 425-275-7950 (Cell)
- Email Gail
The City of Snoqualmie publishes information on Facebook and Twitter about city business, community programs, special events, emergency alerts, and more.
Filming in Snoqualmie
Snoqualmie has beautiful scenery and one-of-a-kind attractions that have drawn movie, television, and commercial filming attention, including Twin Peaks!
If you would like to film in Snoqualmie, please email Gail Folkins or call her at 425-888-1555.