COVID-19 Snoqualmie Relief Program

The City of Snoqualmie's COVID-19 relief funding is intended to help businesses, community organizations, and households recover from the financial impacts of the state shutdown and phased reopening. A new round of funding will seek to further reduce the negative financial impacts caused by COVID-19. An initial round of applications for organizations and households will help the city assess community needs.

Fill out one of the attached forms (for businesses/organizations or households). Initial review of application forms takes place by November 1 at 5 p.m. Save and email a fillable PDF to with the subject line “ARPA application." Or download a form, write in responses, and mail to the City of Snoqualmie, Attention: ARPA Application, P.O. Box 987, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.

Businesses/Organizations (Fillable PDF)
Businesses/Organizations (PDF) 

Households (Fillable PDF)
Households (PDF)

Previous Funding
The first round of funding resulted in $435,000 being awarded in September 2020. Of that amount, $410,000 was reimbursed by Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (
CARES Act) dollars; $20,000 from King County; and $5,000 from the Office of King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert. 

The second round resulted in $210,000 being awarded in November 2020. This was made possible through a CARES Act reimbursement. 

  1. Nicole Wiebe

    Interim City Clerk / Community Liaison

  2. Dylan Gamble

    Assistant Planner