Councilmember Katherine Ross Declares Candidacy for Snoqualmie Mayor

Councilmember Katherine Ross has announced she is running for Mayor of Snoqualmie. Ross has been on the city council for over 4 years.

Ross stated, “It has been my honor serving our Snoqualmie residents as a councilmember.  I am proud of the work we have done and hope I have earned your continued support as Mayor”. 

Over the last 17 years, Ross and her husband have lived in Snoqualmie, where they raised their twin daughters.  Ross’ council experience, 20 years of business management experience, nearly two decades of community service, and education have prepared her to be an effective leader for Snoqualmie. 

Mayor Larson announced he is not running for Mayor after serving for 16 years. Larson successfully led the completion of the Snoqualmie Ridge master planned community and revitalization of the historic downtown. Mayor Larson has endorsed Ross to lead Snoqualmie into the future.

“Ross is an experienced, dedicated, and respected leader.  As your Mayor, she will continue working with residents, businesses, and regional leaders to ensure Snoqualmie continues as one of the safest, most livable cities in the state.”

Ross said, “My priorities are to ensure a fiscally sustainable budget, provide an economic environment for Snoqualmie businesses to thrive, fully restore our city events, diversify the tax base by growing tourism, facilitate workforce housing, and support options to expand the community center with a swimming pool.  I will continue working with local, state, and national leaders to fund our aging infrastructure in historic downtown, resurface the Snoqualmie Parkway and complete improvements to I90/SR18”.

For more information, check out her webpage at www.RossForMayor.com.

[Guest Post by Ross for Mayor – Snoqualmie, WA. Views expressed in this post are those of the candidate, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate to info@livingsnoqualmie.com]

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