The City of Snoqualmie is supporting social distancing in the community and among city employees to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure. It is also continuing to provide critical city services for Snoqualmie residents and businesses.
The city administration and staff have found ways to keep service levels high even while making adjustments to work practices. These measures will help keep Snoqualmie residents, workers and businesses, as well as city staff safe.
City Hall and Departments
City Hall is closed to the public for social distancing, but staff can be reached at 425-888-1555 or email email@example.com for general questions. Voicemail will be returned as soon as possible.
All departments are fully operational including police and fire, public works, parks, building, community development, and finance. Departments can be reached directly using the online directory. For utility billing, call 425-766-3700 Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to noon, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For business licensing, call 425-766-2231 Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – noon.
Forms for many services are available in the city website Forms Center including water services, utility billing, business licensing, permitting, police services, and general requests. Water utility bills can be paid online or dropped at the City Hall drop box at 38624 SE River St in downtown Snoqualmie. Building permits can be applied for online through MyBuildingPermit.com.
City council meetings are being held virtually due to the temporary closure of city hall and to support social distancing and well-being. The meetings are livestreamed on YouTube. The public can make public comments via GoToWebinar or dial-in. That information will be on the city website home page. You can also get it in the weekly e-news (subscribe at email@example.com) or on the city Facebook page. Follow us!
Committee meetings are also being held virtually. Sign up for Notify Me to receive information about the committees and commissions you are interested in.
Parks and Facilities
City parks and trails are open for fresh air and exercise, but please maintain social distancing. Park restrooms cannot be regularly cleaned due to a lack of personal protective equipment for the city’s parks crew. We are urgently seeking additional supplies. Use restrooms at your own risk.
Playgrounds, sport courts, and the skatepark are closed until further notice. Please remind children and teenagers.
Dogs must remain on a leash at all times throughout Snoqualmie, except at the Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park at 39912 SE Park St across from Centennial Fields. Three Forks Dog Park is a beautiful eight-acre grassy open field to let dogs run. Please be sure to clean up after your dog when you’re out and about.
Keep up-to-date on city business, public safety, local coronavirus and COVID-19 response, community services, and more via Facebook, Twitter and E-News (subscribe at firstname.lastname@example.org).
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