Snoqualmie is represented by a seven-member City Council and Mayor serving as chairperson. Each Council Member is elected from one of seven at-large positions rather than specific districts. In the case of a mid-term vacancy, Snoqualmie residents may apply and a Council Member will be appointed for the remainder of that term. Currently, there is a vacancy on the City Council. To apply, please complete the application form and submit it along with your cover letter and resume. Detailed instructions are on the form.
City Council Members have many duties as public servants.
Attend City Council meetings twice each month.
Research agenda topics thoroughly and consider the voices of the community.
Serve as a chair or member of one or more City Council Committees: Community Development, Finance & Administration, Parks & Public Works, Public Safety.
Serve as a City Council liaison to one of the City Commissions: Arts Commission, Civil Service Commission, Economic Development Commission, Parks & Events Commission, Planning Commission Lodging Tax Advisory Committee, Human Services Advisory Committee.