City of Snoqualmie Winter Storm Response Update

Public Works crews are clearing snow and ice throughout the city, including removing snow and ice from blocked storm drains.

If you can do so safely, please remove compacted snow and ice from these drains to prevent pooling in the streets from snowmelt and rain. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch through Saturday afternoon, with heavy rain expected in our area. 

Waste Management Garbage and Recycling Drop-Off Sites on January 6 

Due to service interruptions, Snoqualmie customers can drop off garbage and recycling (no composting) at two locations from 8 am to 2 pm.

The sites include Centennial Fields, 39903 SE Park St and Community Park, 35016 SE Ridge Street. Bagged garbage only. Watch for Waste Management updates as weather conditions change. 

Keep Informed with Storm and Traffic Updates

The City of Snoqualmie does its best to keep the public informed. For information about weather and traffic impacting those in the Snoqualmie city limits, the City posts to Facebook and Twitter.

Please also rely on reports from the Washington State Department of Transportation Traffic Alerts, King County Department of Transportation Road Alerts, and news sources, especially for roads outside city limits. The following winter tips will help keep you safe at home or on the road. Register for emergency alerts.

Email if you have questions.  

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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  • I’d like to get an explanation of why plowing has been so substandard this time vs prior snowstorms. Our property taxes rates have certainly not declined, yet service has.

    1. I agree, but not surprised. We have lived here for over 10 years and are tired of being taxed with no return. Time to leave!

  • Any reason why packages and mail continue to go undelivered by usps although the roads have been drivable for 2 business days? I received a pack of junk mail today, but not the time sensitive package that has been delayed since Tuesday.

    Plenty of winter tips on what homeowners are supposed to do, where’s all the common sense advice for how public services should act?

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