Fire Chief: Brush fire near Ernie’s Grove could’ve been way worse; 8 units respond to contain slash pile blaze

According to Eastside Fire and Rescue Chief Richard Burke, a brush fire near Ernie's Grove in Snoqualmie could've been way worse if it hadn't happened in the calm of the night. Around 1AM, Tuesday, July 2nd, … [Read more...]

District announces plan to make up 7 snow days; includes losing early releases, extending all school days

On Friday, March 1st the Snoqualmie Valley School District announced that it would be making up 7 missed days of school due to historic February snow storms by using two full make up days and then utilizing … [Read more...]

Nominate a Snoqualmie Valley Snowmageddon Hero for a free vacation getaway someplace warm

Following the historic February 11th Snoqualmie Valley snowstorm, Living Snoqualmie asked the question, "Who thinks local Public Works crews deserve a vacation in a warm place?" It was just simple intro to … [Read more...]

North Bend snow plowing winds down; excess garbage drop off offered

It's been a long week for the City of North Bend as it worked to clear 2-3 feet of snow from city streets, but on February 15th the city announced that major plowing efforts were winding down in most areas. The … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley still digging out from record snow, forces full week, district-wide school closure

UPDATE  |  FEBRUARY 14TH, 1:45PM: The Snoqualmie Valley School District announced that schools would remain closed on Friday, February 15th - making it a full week closure for all … [Read more...]

Record snowfall leaves many Valley roads impassable, closes Snoqualmie Pass Tuesday; SVSD schools closed again Wednesday

UPDATE |FEBRUARY 12th, 2PM: SVSD announced that all schools are closed on Wednesday, 2/13/19. Both North Bend and Snoqualmie declared a state of emergency on Tuesday, allowing for additional resources to help … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Snow Update

After areas of the Snoqualmie Valley picked up around 6-8 inches of snow during Friday's storm, the city is offering a few updates/reminders for residents. Also remember there is the possibility of more snow … [Read more...]

Winter Storm brings heavy snow to Snoqualmie Valley

[Article by Robert Nelson of Snoqualmie Valley Weather] Just as we started to feel confident about hitting the roads in the valley and finding our way back to work and … [Read more...]

Snow, icy roads close Snoqualmie Valley Schools for second day

On Monday night Snoqualmie Valley SD officials announced a two-hour delay for schools on February 5th, but by early Tuesday morning officials decided to keep all schools closed for the day. The districts … [Read more...]

Overnight winter storm blankets Snoqualmie Valley, schools closed February 4th

UPDATE | February 4th, 9AM:  The Winter Storm Warning for the East Puget Sound Lowlands was extended until 1PM. Reports of snow totals in the upper Snoqualmie Valley are in the 8 - 10 inch range. It is … [Read more...]

More Stormy Weather rolls in: Gap Winds fire up in the Cascade Foothills

UPDATE | JANUARY 8th, 1PM: It looks like the weather forecasters nailed the wind forecast - that's 2/2 in the past three days. Weather stations on Snoqualmie Ridge have picked up 50 mph … [Read more...]

Wind storm leaves thousands without power in Snoqualmie Valley

UPDATE | 1:40PM: PSE said they brought in additional crews and have a full complement of damage assessment teams, road crews, tree crews and hundreds of support staff working to restore power. They … [Read more...]

Overnight short-lived wind event could impact Puget Sound region

[Article by Mark Davis of www.northbendweather.com] Looks like another wind event is upon us. I’ve lost count at this point what number this storm is. This storm has the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Tribe Donates Lifesaving AED’s to Eastside Fire & Rescue, City of North Bend

The City of North Bend announced that Snoqualmie Tribe generously donated 200 automated external defibrillator (AED) units to local safety and government organizations to carry with them in their emergency and … [Read more...]

Stormy Day on tap, wind advisory issued for Snoqualmie Valley

Mother Nature has been pretty nice to the Snoqualmie Valley so far this fall. Typically we've had more wind events by now, but fall 2018 was pretty much absent of any major power outages or downed trees. Now … [Read more...]