Survey! Tell Us What You Think About Movies and Music in the Park!
Over the summer, the City of Snoqualmie Parks & Public Works Department hosted a Movies and Music in the Park series with five movies and four concerts. Please take a quick survey about the series and what you would like next year! Take the 2-3 minute online survey now. Questions: Ava Van at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-275-7950.
Improvements to Community Shuttle Route 628
Metro riders in Snoqualmie will now be able to enjoy a later trip to the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride on weekday mornings with Route 628. Starting on September 28, 2015, a new 8:25 a.m. trip will leave the North Bend Premium Outlet Mall and travel west through Snoqualmie to the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride. The underused 4:54 a.m. trip from North Bend has been eliminated to make the new later trip possible. A bus schedule for Route 628 is available on the King County Metro website.
Voter Registration Still Available In-Person by October 26
Are you ready to vote in the November General Elections? There is still time to register to vote or to update your voter registration. A list of upcoming dates are available on the City of Snoqualmie website.
Power Your Home with Solar Panels
October 14 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Cascade View Elementary, 34816 SE Ridge St
Are you interested in installing solar panels for your home? Learn how you can for free in the Solarize Snoqualmie workshop. Review average solar array sizes and costs, installation requirements, ask questions, and schedule a free site evaluation. Contact: Nicole Sanders at email@example.com or 425-888-5337 ext. 1143.
Potential Skate Park Meeting
October 15 at 7 p.m., Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, 35018 SE Ridge St
Come to a community meeting about a potential skate park to be located on Snoqualmie Ridge. If you are unable to attend, there will be another community meeting in November. The date, time, and location will be announced soon. Details: Tomm Munro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drop Off Used Cooking Oil Outside City Hall
Do you have unwanted cooking oil? Don’t throw it away. Dispose it for free at the new drop-off location at Snoqualmie City Hall (38624 SE River St.). The drop-off location at Tokul Roundabout was relocated to downtown Snoqualmie due to the construction. Please place the oil in a plastic container with tight-fitting, screw-on lids. Info: Loraine Neal at email@example.com.
Snoqualmie Fire Department Targets Zero Waste
At this year’s Annual Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction, environmental sustainability was a core value for the Snoqualmie Fire Department. In partnership with Waste Management, the goal was to reduce the amount of waste produced at the event to as low as zero. Only short by 4%, the breakfast resulted in a highly successful diversion rate of 96% – thanks to the green choices made – which included compostable plates, utensils, coffee cups, and place mats, in addition to reusable decorations. Way to go! A complete report is posted on the City of Snoqualmie website.
Free Medical, Dental and Vision Services
October 22-25, Seattle Center, 301 Mercer St
The Seattle / King County Clinic will provide free on-site clinic services for the public at the Seattle Center. This includes services for medical, dental and vision. Interpreters will be available for assistance. More information is available at seattlecenter.org/patients. Questions: SKCClinic@seattlecenter.org or 206-684-7200.