Posted on: March 3, 2021
Deputy Fire Chief Michael H. Bailey from the Snoqualmie Fire Department has completed the Executive Fire Officer Program (EFOP) as part of the National Fire Academy. This four-year program consists of a rigorous curriculum, extensive research, and two wee...Read on...
Posted on: February 23, 2021
Many dog owners in Snoqualmie are letting their dogs off-leash in Snoqualmie’s large parks and open spaces, which can create uncomfortable situations for dogs that are on leashes and their owners.
Dog owners often claim their off-leash dog is fri...Read on...
Posted on: December 21, 2020
Paying bills is difficult, especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people have become unemployed or face reduced hours. Households with lower incomes prior to or resulting from the COVID-19 crisis can apply to a variety of programs for assistanc...Read on...
Posted on: February 10, 2021
While Snoqualmie City Hall remains temporarily closed to the public to reduce the spread of COVID-19, City Council meetings are held on Zoom and are accessible to the public through Zoom and by telephone.
Meetings of the City Council – both in per...Read more...
Posted on: February 25, 2021
In spring 2015, post-flood inspections revealed damage to an existing Snoqualmie River revetment at the intersection of SE River St and Park Ave SE in downtown Snoqualmie. (A revetment is an engineered riverbank protection structure extending from a roadw...Read more...
Posted on: February 17, 2021
A workshop is scheduled for the Snoqualmie City Council to take a deep dive on future development concepts using a facilitated Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) process.
On February 24, 2021 from 6 to 8 p.m., Council Members will par...Read more...
Posted on: February 10, 2021
The National Weather Service forecasts 6-8 inches of snow in the cascade foothills, including Snoqualmie, beginning early morning on Thursday through the weekend.
City of Snoqualmie crews are prepared to plow and de-ice around the clock as needed...Read more...
Posted on: January 25, 2021
The Snoqualmie City Council recently approved the 2021-2026 Utilities Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which determines capital projects and programs for a six-year period. To complete the projects and programs, water utility rates generally increase each ...Read more...
Posted on: January 22, 2021
Chun Lai Hospitality, owner of the Hampton Inn & Suites in Snoqualmie, has ended its affiliation with Hilton, the parent company of Hampton. Chun Lai Hospitality is now affiliated with Hotel America and will be named the Snoqualmie Inn.
Chun ...Read more...
Posted on: December 22, 2020
The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association Santa Parade was a huge success thanks to hundreds of Snoqualmie residents. The community donated over 6,000 pounds of food for the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, completely filling an 18-foot trailer.
Residents placed...Read more...
Posted on: December 10, 2020
The Snoqualmie City Council has approved $226,287 for human services funding in 2021 and $238,287 in 2022, which represents approximately 1.3% of the City of Snoqualmie general fund.
The city does not employ human services staff. Instead, it funds human se...Read more...
Posted on: December 3, 2020
Although we are unable to gather as a community for the tree lighting ceremony this year, the tree is lit for all to enjoy in historic downtown Snoqualmie. In a new video, Santa joins Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson for a virtual tree lighting and holiday gr...Read on...
Posted on: December 4, 2020
Puget Sound Energy’s new Skookumchuck Wind Facility is now providing renewable energy to its Green Direct customers, including the City of Snoqualmie. All facilities owned by the City of Snoqualmie, such as buildings, parks, and lift s...Read more...
Posted on: November 30, 2020
The Interstate 90/State Route 18 interchange is one of the busiest in the state. The interchange serves people who live in the area, in addition to freight haulers and cross state travelers. Backups near the interchange are common during peak periods and ...Read more...
Posted on: November 24, 2020
Blood donations are particularly important during this time due to the COVID-19 health crisis. Since June 2020, the City of Snoqualmie has hosted three blood drive “pop-ups” from Bloodworks Northwest, where donors can donate blood in a...Read on...
Posted on: November 16, 2020
Governor Jay Inslee has announced new restrictions on activities effective November 16 through December 14.
As stated in the new COVID-19 Guidance document, “In order to slow the spread of rapidly increasing COVID cases in our state and ensure th...Read more...
Posted on: November 19, 2020
According to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center – a division of the National Weather Service – we are entering a La Niña event that will last into next spring....Read on...
Posted on: November 13, 2020
This year’s Snoqualmie Citizens Academy goes virtual with 14 videos featuring the Mayor, department heads, and city staff sharing information about how the city works and the services it provides to residents, businesses, and visitors to the com...Read on...
Posted on: November 20, 2020
Three public hearings are scheduled for the Snoqualmie City Council meeting on November 23, 2020 at 7 p.m.
Preliminary Biennial Budget and 2021-2022 Revenue SourcesThe preliminary biennial budget and revenue sources for 2021-2022 are under consid...Read more...
Posted on: November 13, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie 2021-2022 preliminary biennial budget and revenue sources are under consideration by the Snoqualmie City Council. The budget documents are posted on the city website.
Upcoming Public Hearings
Preliminary Biennial Budget Publi...Read on...
Posted on: November 4, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie is distributing $210,000 of its COVID-19 Winter Relief Program funding to help local businesses and community organizations continue to recover from the financial impacts of the state shutdown and phased reopening. ...Read more...
Posted on: November 3, 2020
In an email sent October 30 to community leaders across King County, Patty Hayes, Director of Public Health – Seattle & King County, emphasized that COVID-19 cases are increasing in King County. There was a downward trend in September, but n...Read more...
Posted on: September 22, 2020
New members are needed for the Snoqualmie Parks & Events Commission. Join other commissioners in making recommendations to city staff and council members for topics and initiatives related to parks, trails, recreational facilities, recreational and cu...Read more...
Posted on: October 7, 2020
During a special meeting on October 5, 2020, the Snoqualmie City Council adopted Resolution 1557, implementing an additional sales and use tax of one-tenth of one percent, which equals one cent on every ten dollars of taxable retail sales within Snoqualmi...Read more...
Posted on: September 24, 2020
Get ready to skate! A new 72,500 square-foot twin-sheet ice arena that includes two NHL-size ice sheets is opening in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park at 35323 SE Douglas St.
The Snoqualmie Ice Arena is the first new recreation facility dedicat...Read more...
Posted on: September 23, 2020
Snoqualmie Firefighter Robert Lasswell will be heading to California to assist with wildfire efforts. He will be volunteering for 18 days alongside Duvall firefighters in the Duvall Fire Department’s Brush 66 apparatus, designed to combat grass ...Read on...
Posted on: September 17, 2020
The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, which serves as the King County Associate Development organization, is working to ensure that $580,000 in federal funding from the federal CARES Act reaches King County small businesses.
Awards of $5,000, $7,50...Read more...
Posted on: September 9, 2020
The Washington Department of Ecology named the City of Snoqualmie among the winners of the annual Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance Award for 2019, repeating treatment plant honors the city received in 2018.
Said Vincent McGowan, Departmen...Read on...
Posted on: September 9, 2020
Currently, there are more than 15 active fires in Washington, mainly in Eastern Washington, but several in Western Washington including the Sumner Grade Fire that is causing level 3 evacuations in Bonney Lake.
Given excessive heat, low humidity, and sporad...Read on...
Posted on: June 29, 2020
U.S. Census data makes a local impact on programs used during the COVID-19 health crisis, including funding for school lunches and emergency preparedness in our community.
For school programs, census results help determine how money is allocated for progra...Read on...
Posted on: June 16, 2020
Openings on Civil Service, Economic Development, and Parks and Events commissions
Three City of Snoqualmie commissions are seeking new members, including the Civil Service Commission, the Economic Development Commission, and the Parks and Events Commission...Read on...
Posted on: March 31, 2020
Survey will help develop programs to protect our local streams and waterways.
The city seeks input from Snoqualmie residents and business owners to develop programs for protecting our local streams, rivers, and Puget Sound from toxins and pollutants. While...Read on...
Take the survey.
Posted on: March 5, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie is looking for the right person to support human resources processes, recruitment and selection, personnel laws and procedures, labor negotiations, and much more.
The HR Analyst assists in managing the city’s human resource...Read on...
Posted on: February 12, 2020
The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is requesting proposals from artists and arts programs to receive funding from the 2020 Art Partners Program. Program proposals may include both classes and events for the visual, musical, and performing arts. For-prof...Read on...
Posted on: February 5, 2020
Do you want to become more involved in your community? Positions are open on the Parks & Events Commission and the Civil Service Commission.
The Parks & Events Commission advises the City Council on parks and facilities, recreational activities, an...Read on...
Statement of Interest Form
Posted on: January 10, 2020
Mayor Matt Larson has appointed Rick J. Rudometkin as interim City Administrator pending confirmation from the Snoqualmie City Council on January 27. Rudometkin serves in the position vacated by Bob Larson.
“I am excited to work with Rick, who co...Read on...
Posted on: December 31, 2019
New kiosk displays located by the Snoqualmie Depot share the city’s past through a historic and cultural overview along with a walking tour of downtown Snoqualmie.
The historic display depicts the Snoqualmie River and its confluence of cultures, industries...Read on...
Posted on: January 2, 2020
City of Snoqualmie News Release
For immediate release: January 3, 2020Call to Artists – Display Your Art at City Hall this Year!
Snoqualmie, WA – The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is seeking artwork to display at Snoqualmie City Hall in 2020. S...Read on...