The City of Snoqualmie requires a business license and filing of Business & Occupation Taxes from all businesses that operate in, engage in, or practice any business in Snoqualmie city limits. The fee for a Snoqualmie business license is determined by the number of employees working inside Snoqualmie city limits.
Vendors who do business within Snoqualmie city limits are also required to have a business license. This includes home occupations, suppliers, contractors, and sub-contractors.
Applications and forms are listed below. Applications and tax forms are also available at Snoqualmie City Hall, 38624 SE River Street in downtown Snoqualmie. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays.
Business licenses expire each December 31. Fees are not pro-rated or refundable. The license is non-transferable. A new owner requires a new license. The license must be posted at the place of business.
Temporary business licenses are required for sales during special events, for roadside sales, and some other cases.
Door-to-door sales require completion of the temporary business license.
Business & Occupation Tax Reporting Schedule
1st Quarter: January - March, Due Date is April 30
2nd Quarter: April - June, Due Date is July 31
3rd Quarter: July - September, Due Date is October 31
4th Quarter: October - December, Due Date is January 31