Snoqualmie Valley Happenings

Slow moving landslide damages road, closes one lane of SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall

On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) closed one lane of SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall to address another slow moving … [Read More...]

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The Story of Robert and Jaxx: understanding what living homeless in the Snoqualmie Valley can be like

Recently, Jennifer Kirk - Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services Director (SVSS) - shared a story with us. She said it is a story many in the community don't often get the chance to hear about the clients they serve. Jennifer commented, "It really … [Continue Reading...]

Snoqualmie City Council to hold Public Safety Open House, February 29th

The Snoqualmie City Council is set to host another community open house, and this time the topic is Public Safety Services. The Public Safety Open House happens on Saturday, February 29th, 9AM to Noon in the Snoqualmie Fire Station vehicle and … [Continue Reading...]

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Mount Si High School finalist for Building of the Year award; public vote decides winner

The Snoqualmie Valley School District recently announced that the new Mount Si High School has been nominated for a '2019 Building of the Year' award, given out by the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce (DJC). According to … [Read More...]

Police Blotter | bathroom issues; lost python snake; ‘Offer Up’ meet up leads to car theft

February 4th DUI At 8:10PM while conducting a routine patrol of the Salish area, an officer saw a vehicle leaving the “closed after dusk” park area. The vehicle accelerated quickly as to get away from the officer. … [Read More...]

New Snoqualmie Affordable Housing development, Panorama Apartments, opens leasing office, launches website

At the February 10, 2020 Snoqualmie City Council meeting, representatives of the new affordable apartment complex under construction on Snoqualmie Ridge - Panorama Apartments - provided an overview of the new … [Read More...]

County to temporarily close and analyze Fall City road impacted by slow moving landslide Friday morning, determine next steps

UPDATE | Thursday, February 14th, 4PM King County said it will close 356th Drive SE in Fall City from 9AM to noon, Friday, February 14th to allow its consultant to analyze the slide hazard area. During this period, … [Read More...]

Fire Blotter | accidental EpiPen injection; three flood water rescue calls; t-bone accident on Falls Ave

January 30th Around 4PM Snoqualmie Firefighters were dispatched to a 9-year-old male who had self-injected himself with his father’s expired EpiPen. Patient was transported to the emergency room to be evaluated. … [Read More...]

Mount Si Cheer clinches World Title

Mount Si Cheer returned to Orlando, Florida over the weekend to defend last year's National Game Day Title at the UCA National High School Championships. Friday, February 7th was the Game Day division competition, … [Read More...]

Recovering from flooding, landslides: Road Closures updated King County Roads Division

As the Snoqualmie River and local creeks continue to recede and rain lets up (at least for a couple of days), King County Road Division crews continue to work to assess and reopen Snoqualmie Valley roads impacts by flood … [Read More...]

City warns flooding could make Carnation an island as Snoqualmie River crests; landslide brings tree down on SR 18 Thursday night, hitting car

Thursday evening, February 6, 2020, a reverse 911 message was sent to Carnation residents by the King County Sheriff's Office and its Emergency Operations center warning of the possibility that Carnation could become "an … [Read More...]

NORTH BEND QUARANTINE: Much Ado About (almost) Nothing

UPDATE | February 7th The Public Information Officer from the Department of Health got back to me regarding my question regarding health care workers coming and going from the facility. They say “Health workers will be … [Read More...]

Just a regular person doing what she can for the town she loves: Beth Burrows named North Bend Citizen of the Year

One thing is very clear when it comes to Beth Burrows: she is devoted to North Bend and making it a thriving place to live, work and visit. Her dedication was recognized Tuesday night, February 4, 2020 when Mayor Rob … [Read More...]

Rinse and Repeat: Snoqualmie River predicted to hit moderate to major flood levels, February 6th-7th

After what feels like six weeks of unrelenting rain (and some snow), the Snoqualmie Valley will have to make it through the next couple days of heavy rain before the almost-forgotten sun makes a return on Sunday. North … [Read More...]

Shoreline area site identified to serve as potential coronavirus quarantine location, in addition to Fire Training Academy

UPDATE | February 8, 2020 The Washington State Department of Health said it had identified a different Western Washington site that could serve as a potential coronavirus quarantine site - in addition to the State Fire … [Read More...]

Police Blotter | Bleeding and frost bite; falling and trying to light hair on fire; 79 in a 35; don’t give me that shot

January 26th Welfare Check At 10:40PM officers were dispatched to the 76-Gas Station in Snoqualmie for a male who was bleeding from the head and pumping gas. Officers were able to stop the vehicle as it was leaving the … [Read More...]

Overnight snow means Snoqualmie Valley Schools on 2-hour late start, February 3rd

Due to overnight snow, the Snoqualmie Valley School District announced early Monday morning, February 3, 2020, that schools would be open on a Two Hour Late Start. SVSD buses will operate on Limited Transportation (Snow) … [Read More...]

Kayakers Capsize on Cold Fast Rising Snoqualmie River

At 11:25 am this morning, North Bend resident Forrest Smith was walking his dog on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail across the river from Camp Waskowitz when he saw something in the river. Said Mr. Smith “I was shooting a … [Read More...]

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