We are stewards of our natural and built environment, striving to preserve and create an extraordinary community for our residents, businesses, neighbors, and visitors.
In serving our community we embrace the following traits.
Transparent in every action
Responsive in addressing all concerns
Accountable in all we do
Innovative in our work
Trustworthy in the eyes of those we serve
Sustainable fiscally and environmentally
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for the City Council, Council Committees, and commissions.
Learn more about City Council meetings, topics to be discussed on the agendas, and ways the community can be involved.
City Council committees are made up of three City Council members each. Those committees receive input from the City's commissions on current issues, which is then considered in City Council decision making.
Read about the activities of the City's six commissions: Arts, Civil Service, Economic Development, Lodging Tax Advisory, Parks & Events, and Planning Commission.
Elected by Snoqualmie citizens every four years, the Mayor works closely with city staff to ensure community members' voices are heard and their priorities are central to the decision-making process.
Seven City Council Members serve the residents, businesses, and visitors of Snoqualmie. Learn more about who they are.
Look through the staff directory to find a particular employee or group within a department. We're here to help!
Learn about public records: what they are, where to find them, and how to make a public records request.
The City holds transparency as one of its core traits. Through open public meetings, public hearings, and multiple communications channels, the City will keep you in the loop and answer your questions. Learn more.
The Finance Office's mission is to provide excellent customer service to the public, financial stewardship of the City’s resources, professional financial services, and support to city departments.
A city's Municipal Code is made up of ordinances, which are the laws enacted by a city's elected officials. Snoqualmie Municipal Code is available online and from the City Clerk.
The Snoqualmie Citizens Academy is a free seven-week course offered to citizens to get a first-hand look at how Snoqualmie's government works. See the curriculum and apply now!