The City of Snoqualmie’s water system is supplied from three primary sources: Canyon Springs, a natural flowing spring; the North Wellfield near Tokul Road; and the South Wellfield near downtown Snoqualmie.
Neither lead nor copper have been detected in Snoqualmie’s water sources. The city samples for lead and copper every three years in accordance with state and federal regulations. According to the Washington State Department of Health, for the last two sets of lead and copper testing results in Snoqualmie, measurements were in the top 10% of Department of Health requirements. Based on the testing results, Snoqualmie’s water system is considered optimal.