Snoqualmie 2032 is an official 20-year plan adopted by the Snoqualmie City Council to protect the health, welfare, and quality of life for Snoqualmie residents and businesses. The plan describes the city that residents wish to leave to future generations and helps coordinate City departments under a common vision.
The City of Snoqualmie Comprehensive Plan was first adopted in 1983, with major updates in 1994, 2006, and - most recently - 2014. Amendments to Element 2 (Capital Improvement Plan) and Element 9 (Capital Facilities with Fleet) were made in 2017.
Integration of City Goals & Policies
City goals and policies are organized into Comprehensive Plan elements (or chapters), some of which are required by the Growth Management Act (GMA) in Washington State. Under the GMA, plans must address land use, housing, capital facilities, utilities, and transportation.
Snoqualmie 2032 addresses those elements as well as elements for community character and the environment, with a separate Open Space Parks and Recreation plan and a separate Shoreline Master Program.
The Comprehensive Plan also guides development regulations in the Snoqualmie Municipal Code, carrying out City policy and implementation programs.