Human Services Advisory Committee

The City of Snoqualmie assigns a portion of its general fund to community and human service organizations that serve the greater Snoqualmie Valley and provide services that benefit children, seniors, individuals, and families in need. These services are often provided by municipalities but, because the City of Snoqualmie does not maintain staff with expertise in these areas, it contracts the services through funding to local organizations that provide aid for food, shelter, clothing, counseling, and safety throughout the community.

Human Services Strategic Plan (PDF)

2021-2022 Human Services Funding Allocations

The city allocated $226,287 to human services organizations for use in 2021 and $238,827 in 2022. Together, this represents 1.3% of the city biennial budget. 

Following are the funding priorities:

  • 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 following organizations will receive funding:


The Human Services Advisory Committee meets on an as needed basis to manage and maintain the city’s Human Services Strategic Plan, receive applications from local organizations for funding, review the applications, and make recommendations for funding allocations to the Snoqualmie City Council.


Ann Logelin
Carol Peterson
Sara Weisel

City Council Liaison

Council Member James Mayhew

Staff Liaisons

Debra Vigil
Administrative Services Director

Carson Hornsby
Management Analyst
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