Posted on: September 17, 2020
The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, which serves as the King County Associate Development organization, is working to ensure that $580,000 in federal funding from the federal CARES Act reaches King County small businesses.
Awards of $5,000, $7,50...Read more...
Posted on: September 16, 2020
Air quality in almost all areas of King County – including Snoqualmie – remains “Unhealthy for Everyone” according to the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency.
Air quality is expected to improve late Thursday or Friday due t...Read more...
Posted on: September 9, 2020
Currently, there are more than 15 active fires in Washington, mainly in Eastern Washington, but several in Western Washington including the Sumner Grade Fire that is causing level 3 evacuations in Bonney Lake.
Given excessive heat, low humidity, and sporad...Read on...
Posted on: September 9, 2020
The Washington Department of Ecology named the City of Snoqualmie among the winners of the annual Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance Award for 2019, repeating treatment plant honors the city received in 2018.
Said Vincent McGowan, Departmen...Read on...
Posted on: September 4, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie has fully disbursed $435,000 of its COVID-19 Rapid Relief Program funding to help local businesses and organizations recover from the Washington shutdown and phased reopening. Most funds were disbursed in July and the final check wa...Read more...
Posted on: August 28, 2020
Artist Alex Trapp, an award-winning Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out artist, painted in three downtown locations on August 15 in honor of this year’s Railroad Days.
Based on a Facebook vote, participants selected “The Wheel,” in...Read more...
Posted on: August 27, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie Human Services Advisory Committee has opened the application process to request funds for human services programs to be provided during 2021-2022.
Each year the City of Snoqualmie assigns a portion of its general fund to community an...Read more...
Posted on: August 3, 2020
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 th...Read on...
Posted on: July 15, 2020
Twenty Snoqualmie businesses picked up COVID-19 Snoqualmie Rapid Relief Program checks on July 13 totaling approximately $118,500 for immediate use to help recover from the Washington shutdown and phased reopening. Many more businesses and organizations w...Read more...
Posted on: July 9, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie allocated $435,000 to local businesses and community organizations to support recovery through its COVID-19 Snoqualmie Rapid Relief Program. Of the $435,000, $410,000 will be reimbursed to the city from the State of Washington using...Read more...
Posted on: July 7, 2020
The City of Snoqualmie Parks & Public Works Department has published a proposed Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan, also known as a STIP, for the years 2021-2026. The projects are described in the plan posted at bit.ly/SnoqSTIP.
The STIP...Read more...
Posted on: June 29, 2020
U.S. Census data makes a local impact on programs used during the COVID-19 health crisis, including funding for school lunches and emergency preparedness in our community.
For school programs, census results help determine how money is allocated for progra...Read on...
Posted on: June 10, 2020
The Snoqualmie City Council approved the hiring of Rick J. Rudometkin as the new City Administrator for Snoqualmie. He has served as the interim city administrator since January 3, 2020.
Rudometkin’s experience in Snoqualmie ...Read more...
Posted on: June 16, 2020
Openings on Civil Service, Economic Development, and Parks and Events commissions
Three City of Snoqualmie commissions are seeking new members, including the Civil Service Commission, the Economic Development Commission, and the Parks and Events Commission...Read on...
Posted on: June 10, 2020
On April 27, 2020, the City of Snoqualmie published for public review and comment the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the proposed Snoqualmie Mill Planned Commercial/Industrial (PCI) Plan. The 261-acre site is located within Snoq...Read more...
Posted on: June 5, 2020
Following an application by King County to the Washington State Department Health, the county has moved into a modified phase of Governor Inslee’s Safe Start ropening plan. Although this is not a full Phase 2, it will allow restaurants, retail s...Read on...
Posted on: June 2, 2020
Dear Snoqualmie Community,
We in law enforcement have had many recent successes in how we serve our communities, yet the death of George Floyd has exposed that we must do better. I strongly believe that 99% of the law enforcement officers in our country we...Read more...
Posted on: June 1, 2020
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson joined three other Snoqualmie Valley mayors in sending a letter to Governor Jay Inslee requesting to move to Phase 2 of the Safe Start recovery plan, ahead of other King County cities.
The letter dated May 29, 2020, s...Read on...
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: 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...
Take the survey.
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: 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...