Protecting and preserving the natural environment in and around Snoqualmie is a top priority, one to which the City is fully committed. We strive to protect and enhance the health, beauty, and ecosystem of the City's stunning landscapes and natural environment.
Early commitments to the environment include:
- The Snoqualmie Preservation Initiative
- Meadowbrook Farm
- The Snoqualmie Tree Farm
- Mountains to Sound Greenway
Current active initiatives include:
- Sustainable development
- Climate protection practices
- Partnerships with governmental agencies and federally recognized tribes
- Best practices for recycling and waste reduction
- Strong urban forestry practices
- Water resource management
View information about Green Snoqualmie such as events, partnerships, purpose, and more.
Learn more about Urban Forestry.
As part of a Washington State Department of Commerce grant, Snoqualmie has adopted an expedited permitting process for small-scale roof-mounted solar installations for single-family residential customers.
Snoqualmie is a recipient of many honors for its commitment to environmental preservation and sustainability.
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Learn more about climate protection and energy including the City's carbon footprint, conservation efforts, and more.
More than 100 years ago, Snoqualmie began producing clean, sustainable electricity at the Snoqualmie Falls power plant. That tradition continues. Throughout its history, the City of Snoqualmie has been a leader and partner in conservation.
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