November 18, 2017     Guide for Residents | Guide for Businesses | Guide for Visitors
Welcome to Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie is approximately 25 miles east of Seattle - half way between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass. Located in the heart of the Mountains to Sound Greenway,
Snoqualmie is famous for the spectacular Snoqualmie Falls, a world renowned waterfall that cascades 268 feet over granite cliffs. 

Visitors to this small town enjoy the Historic District, the Northwest Railway Museum, unique shops, and more than 35 restaurants for all tastes.

Recreation in Snoqualmie is abundant. There are more than 20 miles of walking, hiking, and biking trails with connections to regional trails; 39 city parks, including an off-leash dog park; 460 acres of open space at Meadowbrook Farm; fishing; kayaking; and even rally cars!

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Public Hearings during Biennial Budget Review

There will be public hearings on November 27 and December 11 - both at 7 p.m. - regarding the 2017-2018 Biennial Budget. Thre will also be also be a City Council budget a workshop on November 27 - Time TBD. Stay connected! Subscribe to City E-News a. 

Winter Is Coming - Learn More about Energy Efficiency  
The City of Snoqualmie and PSE are teaming up to help ensure homes will be warm for winter, with lower energy bills. The program provides free energy assessments and discounted home improvement services for City residents. Learn more about winterizing your home. 

Work for the City as a Wastewater Operator II
This position performs a variety of work at a fully skilled level operating the City’s Treatment Facilities. The Wastewater Operator II ensures assigned plant functions and operations meet all applicable rules, regulations, and procedures while the plant is operated at the highest level of efficiency and effectiveness. Position is open until filled, learn more.

Opening on Human Services Committee
The City of Snoqualmie has an opening on its Human Services Committee. Each year the City of Snoqualmie assigns 1% of its general fund to community and human service organizations that serve the greater Snoqualmie Valley and provide services that benefit children, seniors, individuals and families in need. The Human Services Committee, which reviews applications for Human Services Funds and makes recommendations to the Council Committee, includes two members of the community without an affiliation to potential applicants. 




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