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Since June 2020, the City of Snoqualmie has hosted three blood drive “pop-ups” from Bloodworks Northwest, where donors can donate blood in a safe setting. Read on...
Public Hearings Scheduled for 2021-2022 Budget, 2021-2022 Revenue Sources, and 2021-202 Utility RateThree public hearings are scheduled for November 23, 2020 at 7 p.m. Topics: 2021-2022 Preliminary Biennial Budget, 2021-2022 Revenue Sources, and 2021-2026 Proposed Utility Rate Increases. Read more...
According to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center – a division of the National Weather Service – we are entering a La Niña event that will last into next spring. Read on...
City Hall is temporarily closed to the public to ensure resident and staff safety in reducing the spread of COVID-19. City services are still available online, via email and via phone. This includes utilities, business licensing, permitting, building inspections, and all other services provided to Snoqualmie residents and businesses. More Information and Contacts
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COVID-19 Local Resources
Safe Start Washington
Governor Jay Inslee, in collaboration with the Washington State Department of Health, has established the Safe Start Washington planned approach to reopening the state. This approach is intended to reduce the risk of COVID-19 to Washington’s most vulnerable populations and preserves capacity in our health care system.