COVID-19 Resources for Our Community

As Snoqualmie perseveres through the new normal with measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the city's Department of Emergency Management continues to monitor the local risk and encourages residents of Snoqualmie to be vaccinated. .

Beginning June 30, 2021,  all counties in Washington have fully reopened in accordance with Governor Jay Inslee's Washington Ready plan. Despite this milestone, the State Department of Health is encouraging people to keep doing their part to stop the spread of COVID-19. Reopening does not mean the pandemic is over or that the risk of COVID-19 is gone. 

Face Coverings and Masks in Washington State



While many states, including Washington, have loosened mask requirements, as of July 27, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) changed its masking recommendations as it grows more concerned about the Delta variant of COVID-19.

As of August 23, 2021, face masks are mandated in Washington State for everyone over five years of age in most public indoor settings regardless of vaccination status. These include places like grocery stores, malls, gyms, and community centers. Masks are strongly recommended in crowded outdoor settings like sporting events, fairs, and concerts where physical distancing is not possible. 

More Information about City, State, and National Mandates


City of Snoqualmie Vaccination Mandate for City Employees
Governor Jay Inslee's Statewide Mask Mandate
President Biden's COVID-19 Plan

Vaccinations



  • In Snoqualmie, vaccinations are available at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital by appointment. More information and scheduling form: snoqualmiehospital.org/covid-19 
  • Other vaccine locations can be found using the Washington State Department of Health Vaccine Locator.
Vaccination information is also available by phone at 1-800-525-0127 followed by #. 

Testing



Testing information is also available by phone at 1-800-525-0127 followed by #. 



  1. Mark Correira

    Mark Correira

    Emergency Management Director