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Mayor Ross has proclaimed September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and calls upon Snoqualmie residents to learn more about childhood cancers and consider what we can do to support children with cancer and their families.
National Preparedness Month is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.
Mayor Ross encourages all residents to understand the importance of mental health education and recognize that taking care of ourselves and others includes taking care of mental health.
The Community Survey, first sent to randomly selected households, will be available to all community members starting in early October.
The City's Draft Public Right-of-Way ADA Transition Plan and supporting documents are now available for public review. Click to view and provide comment by Sept. 28, 2023.
Attend this new cultural event, the Art Off the Rails Festival, held September 23.
Cash payments no longer accepted for bill payment - checks and debit/credit accepted.
Read a selection of calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to during the previous week. New editions typically posted each Wednesday.
Learn more about the Snoqualmie community, the people who shape it, and the staff that serve its residents. Click photo to read...
Read a selection of recent calls to which the Snoqualmie Fire Dept. responded. New editions typically posted each Thursday.