Family Fun: ‘Frozen’ Coming to Outdoor Big Screen at Snoqualmie Community Park

Outdoor Movie in the Park - August 28th Looking for something fun to do on one of the last few evenings before you sent the kids back to school?  Well, the City of Snoqualmie Parks Department is trying to help … [Read more...]

Gigantic Bike Festival Heading to Snoqualmie this Weekend; Riders, Campers, Live Music

If you notice lots of bikers heading through the Valley, zipping through the streets of downtown Snoqualmie, the sounds of live music AND multiple pop up tents at Centennial Fields this weekend, August … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Holiday Ice Rink Plans Scrapped, Cost to Chill the Ice Too Steep

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, with funding help from the City of Snoqualmie, had high hopes of bringing a Holiday Season Ice Rink to downtown Snoqualmie this year. Unfortunately, the lack of an … [Read more...]

Seahawks ‘Rumble at the Ridge’ Brings Sports Celebrities AND ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to Snoqualmie Valley

Boeing Classic week kicked off at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge bright and early with  the Seahawks Rumble at the Ridge charity golf tournament at 8:30AM, August 18, 2014. Lots of formers Seahawks, Sonics and even a … [Read more...]

Work Starts near North Bend Outlet Mall for Possible New Hotel; Construction Closes Snoqualmie Street for Six Weeks

Work continues in downtown Snoqualmie on a big remodeling project that will bring infrastructure improvements and a new boardwalk adjacent the historic railroad tracks.  For six weeks the work will close two … [Read more...]

Seahawks ‘Rumble at the Ridge’ Kicks off Boeing Classic Week, Monday August 18th

No rest for the weary. Right as Railroad Days wraps up a busy weekend in downtown Snoqualmie, Boeing Classic week ramps up on Snoqualmie Ridge. And.. how do you know Boeing Classic week has begun at TPC … [Read more...]

Business Going: Snoqualmie Restaurant Closing End of August

Vicki Deshaies, owner of Bayan Mongolian BBQ on Snoqualmie Ridge, announced on August 12, 2014, that she and her son Mark will be closing the restaurant at the end of August. In a social media post revealing … [Read more...]

Railroad Days! Weekend Packed Full of Fun on Tap for Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie Railroad Days is just days away! Starting Friday, August 15, 2014 and running through Sunday, August 17th, it's three days packed full of entertainment, food, kid fun and community celebration of … [Read more...]

Brightest of 2014 Super Moons Captured from Snoqualmie Point Park

So the moon illusion dubbed the 'super moon' is (was) visible three times in 2014 - July 12th, August 10th and September 9th - with last night's full (super) moon appearing the biggest and brightest of the … [Read more...]

Forget the Drivers Permit, Snoqualmie Teen, Civil Air Patrol Cadet Flies Solo at 15; Learn More at Snoqualmie Police ‘Night out Against Crime’ Event, August 5th

Forget about standing in line for a drivers permit! Cadet Chief Master Sergeant Charles Eckardt of Snoqualmie, a member of the Redmond-based Overlake Squadron – Civil Air Patrol (CAP) flew solo in a CAP glider … [Read more...]

TPC Snoqualmie Ridge $3 Million Renovation Unveiled July 29th, Ready for Upcoming Boeing Classic

After almost four months, some major remodeling work on the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Clubhouse, including a complete redesign of the restaurant, is set to be unveiled, Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at 11AM when The … [Read more...]

Summer Happenings: Chat with Top City Bosses; Free Concert in the Park

Residents Welcome to Q&A with City Departments Here's a chance for residents to ask questions about topics related to public safety, public works and parks - with the top bosses! Sit down, grab some … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie City Council Member Appointed

In a special Snoqualmie City Council meeting on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, the council conducted a second round of candidate interviews for the open Council Position 2 seat that was vacated by Jeff MacNichols his … [Read more...]

Metro Bus Service Cuts Coming to Snoqualmie Valley, Just One Year after New Routes Added

It appears that starting in September 2014, King County Metro will eliminate bus routes 209 and 215 that service the Snoqualmie Valley, just one year after adding the new routes. The cuts follow the failure … [Read more...]

Business Comings: New Restaurant for Ridge, Winery for North Bend, a Growler Station & More

It's been a busy summer so far for new businesses in the Snoqualmie Valley.  Mabel's on the Ridge may have closed their doors, but a new restaurant is opening soon in its spot. Piccola Cellars is finally going … [Read more...]

Dog Parks and Off-Leash Areas in the Snoqualmie, North Bend

[Guest article by North Bend resident and professional pet trainer for Le Chic Pet, Melissa Grant.] Whew, what a difficult article this has been to write. I started off intending to write about Three Forks … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Crime Rate Down Seven Percent

In the newest Crime in Washington 2013 Annual Report, Snoqualmie’s total crime rate dropped 7% [per 1,000 population] to 25.4% compared to 2012. The statistics were determined by offenses compiled by the … [Read more...]

Some Snoqualmie Residents Say Time to Change Fireworks Law as Fire Engulfs Roof, Destroys Ridge Home

It was an eerie scene Saturday morning in the 6600 block of Fairway Ave in Snoqualmie. Sunny blue skies set the backdrop for a destroyed home in a quiet neighborhood of expansive homes lining the front 9 of the … [Read more...]

Fire Engulfs Roof of Golf Course Area Home on Snoqualmie Ridge

UPDATE | July 5th, 2014, 5PM The King County Fire Investigator officially ruled the Fairway Ave house fire was accidental and caused by fireworks. __________________________________ The Snoqualmie Fire … [Read more...]

Annual Snoqualmie Ridge 4th of July Celebration Returns for a 15th Year

For almost as long as the Snoqualmie Ridge has existed, the Homeowner's Association has put on a 4th of July celebration for the community to enjoy.  This year, once again, they will be putting on this annual … [Read more...]