Posted on: May 21, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie is establishing a COVID-19 Snoqualmie Small Business and Community Rapid Relief Program to assist small, locally-owned, Snoqualmie-based businesses and community organizations. The city will partner with the SnoValley Chamber of Com...Read more...
Posted on: May 22, 2020
The Snoqualmie Police Department and the Washington State Employment Security Department (ESD) have seen a dramatic rise in unemployment imposter fraud in recent weeks.
If you suspect someone has made a fraudulent claim in your name, the Employment Securit...Read more...
Posted on: May 13, 2020
The Snoqualmie Police Department has received more than 60 reports in the past week of fraud involving stolen identities, intercepted stimulus checks, unemployment benefits claims in the name of someone still employed, and credit report breaches.
Posted on: May 11, 2020
University of Washington faculty and students are conducting a regional survey to research mobility patterns for reducing traffic congestion, air pollution, and ambient noise.
The City of Snoqualmie is interested in the results of participants i...Read more...
Posted on: April 29, 2020
The Snoqualmie City Council passed Ordinance 1233 prohibiting the exposure of minor children to domestic violence, including children the immediate presence of domestic violence, or witnessed or heard by a child under age 18.
In support of Washington State...Read on...
Posted on: April 27, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie has published for public review the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the proposed Snoqualmie Mill Planned Commercial/Industrial (PCI) Plan.
The 261-acre Planned Commercial/Industrial site, located within the City of Sn...Read on...
Posted on: April 27, 2020
The Snoqualmie Valley has many organizations available to assist with food needs for individuals and families during the current pandemic that is causing so much job loss and financial crisis.
Those in need of food and other social services are encouraged ...Read on...
Posted on: April 21, 2020
As the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic continues, the City of Snoqualmie Department of Emergency Management, Mayor Matt Larson, City Council Members, and city employees are actively maintaining government operations and services while focusing on the sa...Read on...
Posted on: April 2, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie is supporting social distancing in the community and among city employees to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure. It is also continuing to provide critical city services at full capacity for Snoqualmie residents and businesses.
Posted on: April 15, 2020
The COVID-19 emergency and Stay Home, Stay Healthy order has significantly and adversely affected local businesses located within Snoqualmie.
“We recognize the financial challenges local businesses are experiencing, both those deemed essential an...Read on...
Posted on: April 14, 2020
The Mt. Si Senior Center, located in North Bend, serves seniors living in Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City, and surrounding areas. Due to the coronavirus and COVID-19 Stay Home, Stay Healthy order by Governor Inslee, the senior center is temporarily clos...Read more...
Posted on: April 13, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie understands the coronavirus and COVID-19 crisis has affected all of us including our local businesses. The City of Snoqualmie and the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce are partnering on many efforts to support them.
Mayor Larson, SnoVall...Read more...
Posted on: March 31, 2020
Survey will help develop programs to protect our local streams and waterways.
The city seeks input from Snoqualmie residents and business owners to develop programs for protecting our local streams, rivers, and Puget Sound from toxins and pollutants. While...Read on...
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Posted on: March 25, 2020
Under Mayor Larson’s Proclamation of Emergency for the novel coronavirus and Covid-19, the City of Snoqualmie will suspend water shutoffs and assessment of late fees for utility accounts in Snoqualmie that are delinquent in payment or become del...Read on...
Posted on: March 25, 2020
King County Metro provides bus transportation between North Bend and Issaquah via Snoqualmie on Routes 208 and 628.
Metro has implemented service reductions in response to a drop in ridership since the emergence of COVID-19. Metro reports “these ...Read more...
Posted on: March 25, 2020
During this past week, I have received some questions and inquiries about how the Police Department will be serving the community during this crisis associated with the COVID-19 virus and the restrictions associated with the Governor’s recent or...Read on...
Posted on: March 23, 2020
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson has ordered closure of the Snoqualmie Skatepark and sport courts throughout the city to prevent large groups from congregating at those locations. This measure is to safeguard public health as COVID-19 continues to spread in t...Read on...
Posted on: March 6, 2020
Mayor Matt Larson today signed a proclamation of emergency that allows the City of Snoqualmie to quickly procure equipment, supplies, and services that may be needed if large numbers of residents and/or city staff contract COVID-19.
“My primary r...Read on...
Posted on: March 5, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie is looking for the right person to support human resources processes, recruitment and selection, personnel laws and procedures, labor negotiations, and much more.
The HR Analyst assists in managing the city’s human resource...Read on...
Posted on: March 1, 2020
The King County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been activated following the emergence in King County of the novel coronavirus, named COVID-19. The King County EOC will provide regional coordination in support of county and local operations for King...Read on...
Posted on: February 27, 2020
Snoqualmie Police Chief Perry Phipps formally recognized two officers at the City Council meeting on February 24 for high honors they have recently received.
Snoqualmie Police Officer Rick Cary received an award for 2019 Air National Guard Non-Commissioned...Read more...
Posted on: February 26, 2020
The Snoqualmie City Council will consider an ordinance to temporarily increase vehicle license fees in Snoqualmie from $20 per year to $40 per year to fund the city’s portion of the new Interstate 90/State Route 18 dedicated on-ramp that opened ...Read more...
Posted on: February 12, 2020
The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is requesting proposals from artists and arts programs to receive funding from the 2020 Art Partners Program. Program proposals may include both classes and events for the visual, musical, and performing arts. For-prof...Read on...
Posted on: February 5, 2020
Do you want to become more involved in your community? Positions are open on the Parks & Events Commission and the Civil Service Commission.
The Parks & Events Commission advises the City Council on parks and facilities, recreational activities, an...Read on...
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Posted on: January 10, 2020
Mayor Matt Larson has appointed Rick J. Rudometkin as interim City Administrator pending confirmation from the Snoqualmie City Council on January 27. Rudometkin serves in the position vacated by Bob Larson.
“I am excited to work with Rick, who co...Read on...
Posted on: December 31, 2019
New kiosk displays located by the Snoqualmie Depot share the city’s past through a historic and cultural overview along with a walking tour of downtown Snoqualmie.
The historic display depicts the Snoqualmie River and its confluence of cultures, industries...Read on...
Posted on: January 2, 2020
City of Snoqualmie News Release
For immediate release: January 3, 2020Call to Artists – Display Your Art at City Hall this Year!
Snoqualmie, WA – The Snoqualmie Arts Commission (SAC) is seeking artwork to display at Snoqualmie City Hall in 2020. S...Read on...
Posted on: November 20, 2019
Bob Larson, City Administrator for the City of Snoqualmie, has accepted an offer from the City of Gig Harbor. He will resign from his position in Snoqualmie in January 2020 to begin work as City Administrator in Gig Harbor on January 6.“We are t...Read on...