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Posted on: August 3, 2020

Snoqualmie Services Available Online, By Phone and Email

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson’s Proclamation of Emergency is still in effect as the COVID-19 health crisis continues with increasing numbers in King County and Washington.

Snoqualmie City Hall will continue to be closed until further notice for the safety of those visiting City Hall and employees. However, all city services continue to be available online, by phone, and/or by email.


Utility Billing
Online payments 24/7:
Assistance: Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m.-Noon at 425-766-3700 or

Business Licensing

Assistance: Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m.-Noon at 425-766-2231 or

General Requests
Voicemail: Call 425-888-1555 and you will receive a call back.

Building Permits and Services

Online services: 
Assistance: 425-888-5435 or


Water Services: The City of Snoqualmie is continuing to suspend water shutoffs and assessment of late fees for accounts that are delinquent in payment or become delinquent for those customers economically affected by the phased reopening of the state. The suspension includes service for potable water, storm water, and sewer for water customers served by the City of Snoqualmie. Flat rates and usage charges will continue to accrue. More Info: 425-766-3700 or

Businesses Taxes: The City of Snoqualmie is temporarily deferring or extending payment for Business and Occupation (B&O) taxes for those businesses affected during the Safe Start plan. You must contact the City of Snoqualmie Finance Department to defer payments and stay compliant with business requirements. More Info: 425-766-2231 or

Face coverings or masks are required statewide in all public spaces. Snoqualmie residents can pick up free face masks at the Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Masks are also available in the Snoqualmie Fire Station downstairs lobby, 37600 SE Snoqualmie Parkway, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Businesses can pick up free masks for their employees from the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce. Contact Kelly Coughlin at for details.


Trails are open. Parks are open where physical distancing can be maintained. Tennis and sport courts are open to groups of five or less with six-foot physical distancing. Tournaments, games, and recreational programs are suspended. Information: or 425-831-5784  

Playgrounds are open for groups of five or less with physical distancing. Please take turns so that all children get a turn.

Park restrooms are open with modified operations and are intended for single use.


All City of Snoqualmie hosted events have been cancelled for the remainder of the summer. Other popular Snoqualmie events have been cancelled such as the Boeing Classic, Railroad Days, Finally Friday Art & Wine Walks, and Day Out with Thomas.


All city meeting are open public meetings and are now begin conducted via Zoom. To be notified of login information and receive agendas, please sign up on Notify Me at


As Metro bus ridership in King County continues to decline due to COVID-19, Metro has further reduced services, both to protect its workforce and preserve networks that serve the greatest number of people. Current public transportation in Snoqualmie:


Do you or someone you know need social services? See the Love Snoqualmie Valley website, a central clearinghouse for information on getting and giving help, such as food, rent, and utilities assistance, childcare, mental health resources, and more. Go to or call 425-888-0096.

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Joan Pliego, City of Snoqualmie


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