Snoqualmie City News, Calling Artists, Students, Volunteers and Energy Savers!

Lots of important Snoqualmie City announcements  came across the wires last week.  As so many of us have busy schedules, here's the summary for you.  For those of you with high school seniors next year, pay … [Read more...]

Update: Snoqualmie City Ordinance Giving Property Tax Exemption To Potential 160-Unit Low-Income Housing Complex On Ridge Not Considered Until July 9th

Two things happened at last night’s Snoqualmie City Council Meeting regarding land parcel S-20, the possible site for a 160-unit low-income housing development in the Eagle Point neighborhood of  Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council To Consider Property Tax Exemption For Land Adjacent Eagle Point Neighborhood; Possibly Creating Future Location Of 160 Unit Affordable Rental Housing Complex

At the June 11th Snoqualmie City Council Meeting, council members will consider a resolution and ordinance that could pave the way for the construction of a new, affordable rental unit complex adjacent the … [Read more...]

With Construction Site Graded and Ready, Motion Water Sports Set To Build New Headquarters; Bringing 75 Jobs To Snoqualmie In Late October

Motion Water Sports has begun construction on its new Snoqualmie state-of-the-art 135,000 square foot headquarters located in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park.  Site preparation and grading work began in … [Read more...]

Eight Years Later, Tanner Jeans Memorial Bike Safety Rodeo Still Committed To Teaching Snoqualmie Valley Kids Safety and Honoring a Special Spirit

Every June for the past eight years, The Tanner Jeans Memorial Foundation and the Snoqualmie Police Department have hosted The Tanner Jeans Memorial Bike Safety Rodeo; a special event that honors Tanner’s … [Read more...]

Thousands Of Garbage Containers Await Removal As Waste Management Is Officially Ready To Start Collecting Snoqualmie's Garbage Next Week

Have you driven by the corner of Railroad Ave (Highway 202) and Snoqualmie Parkway lately?  If so, it's hard not to notice the thousands of garbage, recycle and yard waste containers stored there; evidence of … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie – All Garbage, Recycle and Yard Waste Containers Can Be Left For Allied Waste This Week

Some Snoqualmie residents may have missed having their yard waste and recycle containers picked-up by Allied Waste last week as Snoqualmie switches to Waste Mangement for its garbage service.  There are many … [Read more...]

Northwest Railway Museum Memorial Day Weekend Trains Honor America's Military

The Northwest Railway Museum honors local military service men and women along with their families this Memorial Day with a special weekday train run on Monday, May 28th.  This is in addition to the railroad's … [Read more...]

Cougar Sighting At Cascade View Elementary, May 23rd

There was a cougar sighting at Snoqualmie’s Cascade View Elementary School this afternoon, May 23rd. Parent Tess Hardwick says the sighting occurred during afternoon recess.  Another report says the cougar was … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Police Release Details Of Recent Snoqulamie Ridge Burglaries

Four residential burglaries have been investigated by the Snoqualmie Police Department recently.   The security system alarm that police responded to last week last week on McIntosh Court (would've made 5th … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Residents – Waste Management Garbage Service Switch Happening Soon – What You Need To Know This Week!

The City of Snoqualmie switch from garbage service provider Allied Waste to Waste Management (WM) is nearing. Although the new service will not officially change until June 4, Waste Management will be swapping … [Read more...]

Historic Snoqualmie Transformed Into A Hollywood Movie Set, May 16th-17th

It's an amazingly beautiful day on the streets of historic Snoqualmie.  Bindlesticks is busy with long-time residents filling tables and chatting.  The coffee bar has a line of people - probably due to the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City News: YMCA Fences Come Down & Be Ready For Some Fireworks – Literally!

Snoqualmie YMCA Lawn Update News Flash!  The "not-so-pretty" gray chain link fences that have surrounded the Snoqualmie YMCA site for nearly a year came down late Monday afternoon.  One of my favorite citizen … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie "Garage Sale" Page To Be Added This Weekend

In an effort to help navigate garage sale shoppers through the various Ridge neighborhoods during next weekend's annual Snoqualmie Ridge community-wide garage sale, Living Snoqualmie will be adding a new page … [Read more...]

Facebook Report of Two Rapes On Snoqualmie Ridge Trails NOT True

Combine a small town and Facebook and reports of criminal activity travel quickly.   This morning there was a report of two rapes in the past month on Snoqualmie Ridge trails. After researching with Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Mayor Larson Answers The Question Of The Day – When Is The YMCA Going To Mow Its Lawn?

It's the top question Snoqualmie Y front desk employees get  these days:  "When is the Y going to mow the lawn and take the fences down?"  If you haven't seen the lawn, well, it is indeed very long.  In fact, … [Read more...]

Police Identify Suspects In Snoqualmie Ridge Burglary

Snoqualmie  Police have zeroed in on suspects presumably responsible for a Thursday daylight break-in in the Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood of Deer Park. Neighbors of Thursday's burglary victim identified the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Goes Behind the Scenes of Last Week’s American Idol Live Show – Part II

This is part II of Stephanie's American Idol experience last week.  Click here for part I.  Thanks so much for the fun article, Steph.  Read on... Live on American Idol Five … four … three … two … one … here … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Goes Behind the Scenes of Last Week’s American Idol Live Show – Part I

This story is courtesy of Stephanie Hager, who is proof that sometimes the wait is worth it.  In her case, the ticket wait was two years worth of waiting followed by a mad dash to make it all happen... I … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council Unanimously Passes Resolution That Imposes Tripled Impact Fee On New Homes As Builders Ask Them To Reconsider

At its April 23rd meeting, the Snoqualmie City Council voted unanimously to pass the Snoqualmie Valley School District's 2011 Capital Facility Plan (CFP) and a resolution that officially imposes a tripled … [Read more...]