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The Planning Department manages current and long range planning activities in the City of Snoqualmie.

Current planning involves implementation of adopted land use plans, policies, and development regulations through review of specific land use and development applications. The Planning Department manages all land use approvals within City limits, and oversees compliance with development regulations that help create a more livable city through high quality design, environmental protection, and the reduction and mitigation of potential project impacts. 

Long range planning involves planning for future growth, development, and conservation within the City through the development and adoption of the Snoqualmie Vicinity Comprehensive Plan and development regulations contained in the Snoqualmie Municipal Code. Long range planning also involves various strategic planning activities and documents, including economic development, urban design, and floodplain management.

Snoqualmie Municipal Code (SMC) 17.55.020 and the Offical 2016 Zoning Map provide beginning details about property zoning.

Questions about zoning, development regulations, flood damage mitigation grants, and long range planning issues should be directed to Planning Department staff at 425-888-5337.

Location and Directions

Planning Department
38624 SE River Street
PO Box 987
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

425-888-5337 phone
425-831-6041 fax

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 7:00am-5:00pm

Driving Directions

From I-90 East - take exit 25.  Turn left unto Snoqualmie Pkwy. Turn right onto State Route 202 (Railroad Ave SE). Proceed through downtown Snoqualmie. Turn right onto SE River St. Drive one block. City Hall is on the right.

From North Bend on State Route 202 - Approaching downtown Snoqualmie, turn left onto  SE River St. Drive one block. City Hall is on the right.

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