Human Services Advisory Committee
The City of Snoqualmie assigns a portion of its general fund to provide aid for food, shelter, clothing, counseling, and other social services for low-income residents. These services are often provided directly by larger municipalities; however, the City of Snoqualmie contracts these services through community organizations because the City does not maintain staff with expertise in these areas.
The Human Services Advisory Committee assists staff in managing the human services strategic plan, administers the funding application process, makes recommendations to the City Council, and reviews quarterly accountability reports from human services organizations to ensure efficient use of City funds.
2021-2022 Human Services Funding Allocations
The City allocated $226,287 to human services organizations in 2021 and $238,827 in 2022. Together, this represents approximately 1.3% of the biennial budget.
- Food to Eat and a Roof Overhead
- Supporting and Preparing Youth for Success
- A Safe Haven from Violence and Abuse
- Physical and Mental Wellness; and Healthy Aging
The City has contracted with the following organizations to provide human services in 2021-2022:
- CarePoint Clinic
- Eastside Baby Corner
- Friends of Youth
- Helping Hands Ministry
- Mamma’s Hands
- Mt. Si Senior Center
- Si View Community Foundation
- Snoqualmie Valley Community Network
- Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
- Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
- The Trail Youth
The Human Services Advisory Committee meets on an as needed basis.
City Council Liaison
Council Member James Mayhew
425-888-1555 ext. 1110