Bored at Home? Great time to fill out your 2020 census and be COUNTED

Hey Snoqualmie Valley - it's Census Time. Home with a little extra time on your hands? Filling out the 2020 census takes only a few minutes. Check that stack of mail on your counter or desk. Find your … [Read more...]

The battle against ‘nothing is fun’ – Compass Outdoor Adventures innovates, has hundreds of families laughing with Indoor Scavenger Hunts

The concept is pretty simple: free family fun, indoor style. Last weekend North Bend's Compass Outdoor Adventures decided to to take things inside, launching the company's first ever at-home, Family INDOOR … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, Sno-Valley Senior Center awarded big grants

Two Snoqualmie Valley nonprofits were included with 126 other organizations picked to receive emergency funding grants from the recently establish COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. The first round of … [Read more...]

Amidst closure Snoqualmie Casino donates over 2,000 pounds of fresh food, medical supplies

What do you do when things close and you have an unexpected overabundance of fresh food? One word: DONATE. With Snoqualmie Tribal Campus limited to just essential employees and the closure of the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation running during Stay Home order: all fares donation-based, drivers help deliver supplies, food to residents

As public transportation is deemed an essential service, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) said it would continue to run buses to serve the community during the statewide Stay Home order issued by Governor … [Read more...]

Zoonosis: Contagion without borders

What do you do when there is a worldwide pandemic and you have too much time on your hands? Well if you’re me, you research zoonotic diseases. A zoonosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria, viruses, or … [Read more...]

Long-awaited Federal Decision expands Snoqualmie Tribe reservation land base

On March 23rd the Snoqualmie Tribe announced a key federal decision that will increase the size of its approximate 55 acre tribal land base - the first expansion in 14-years. According to a news … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Wildlife Moment of Zen: Bald Eagle extended visit to Eagle Pointe neighborhood

Snoqualmie resident Barb McDaniel had a magical wildlife moment this past sunny Sunday. March 22, 2020 when a bald eagle perched on her neighbor's roof... and then proceeded to hang out for a half hour for … [Read more...]

Body recovered from Snoqualmie River near Sandy Cove Park identified

On March 12, 2020, the Snoqualmie Police Department released the identity of the body found in the Snoqualmie River near Sandy Cove park on March 9th. Ryan Canady - who was 39 years of age and a long-time … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital opens COVID-19 testing center

On Monday, March 9th, the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital (SVH) announced it had opened a COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) test collection site for community members either experiencing virus symptoms or who have been … [Read more...]

Westbound SR 18 to close near Tiger Mountain for emergency road repair, March 6th -10th

Heavy rain across western Washington in February saw multiple landslides in the Snoqualmie Valley, including one on the shoulder of SR 18 - about 1.5 miles west of the Tiger Summit Trailhead. To repair … [Read more...]

SR 203 closed between Carnation and Duvall this weekend for geotechnical work

WSDOT is warning drivers that SR 203 between Carnation and Duvall will be closed this weekend. A signed detour will be in place from Saturday morning February 29th, to Sunday evening, March 1st.  During the … [Read more...]

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

UPDATE | February 20th, 9AM WSDOT geo-techs visited the slide on SR 203 near NE Stillwater Hill Road on Wednesday, February 19th and will next several days analyzing their observations to determine how the … [Read more...]

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 … [Read more...]

Encompass Rocks the Valley: Family Concert Series benefits new Snoqualmie facility

Earlier this month Encompass announced a new fundraiser to help pave the wave to the fundraising finish line for its newest facility. Parents and kiddos... Get ready to sing, dance, and wiggle your way to … [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...]

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 … [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 … [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 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network’s Heart of the Valley Gala returns February 8th

The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network’s mission to help local youth through innovative programming and mentorship is made possible, in part, because of annual fundraisers. Launched in 2015, organizers say … [Read more...]