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Green Snoqualmie Partnership

The Green Snoqualmie Partnership helps steward Snoqualmie’s extensive forested open space. The partnership is a combined effort between the City of Snoqualmie, Forterra, the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owner’s Association, King Conservation District, Mountains-To-Sound Greenway, King County noxious weeds, Mount Si High School, the Snoqualmie Tribe, and YOU. 

First Annual Green Snoqualmie Day!
October 7, 2017, 9 a.m. - Noon

Two Locations:
 
Snoqualmie Point Park
Meadowbrook Slough
This is the first day of planting season and we like to turn it into our biggest volunteer event of the year and a celebration of Snoqualmie's forests. Join 100 other Snoqualmie residents to plant over 500 plants, learn about our forest resources from local organizations, and get a chance to win a prize from one of several local businesses!
 
Read more about the Green Snoqualmie Partnership and how you can be involved throughout the year! 

 
Sustainable Snoqualmie


  
After competing against the cities of Anacortes, Bainbridge Island, Kirkland, and Tumwater throughout 2014, Snoqualmie won the PSE Take Charge Green Power Challenge by securing the highest percentage increase in new Green Power Program participants. Snoqualmie has won a total of $40,000 to be used to install solar pannels at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. Way to go Snoqualmie.

Find out more about the PSE Green Power Program.  For as little as $4 more per month, or $20 for your business, you can match a portion of your electricity to local clean, renewable sources from the West. 
 

Green Power Challenge tracker graphic.
 

 

     
  Green Projects & Initiatives  
     
     
  Other Resources  

Solar Power

Renewable Energy

Replace Your Light Bulbs

Take the Climate Pledge

     
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