North Bend and Snoqualmie Tribe Team Up for Recycling Event on April 27

On Saturday, April 27, the City of North Bend and the Snoqualmie Tribe will join forces to host their annual recycling event at the Snoqualmie Middle School at 9200 Railroad Ave SE. This year, they’re adding a fun twist: free giveaways, with several prizes for early birds.

Everyone from King County is welcome to bring recyclable items to the event. However, you should not bring petroleum products, paint, pesticides, chemicals, clothes, and general household items.

If you have paint, pesticides, or household chemicals, you can dispose of them at the Traveling Wastemobile at Cascade View Elementary between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on July 5 through 7.

They won’t be able to accept certain items at the recycling event. These include wood, yard waste, planter pots, construction and demolition debris, propane tanks, toilets, other porcelain items, and mattresses.

If you have questions about what you can bring to the recycling event or any other inquiries, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Carrie Smith at or Cindy Spiry at If you need information in a different format, please call (425) 888-7651 (TTY Relay: 711).

So, remember to check the list of accepted items, load them up in order, and come down to the Snoqualmie Middle School parking lot to recycle them properly.

It’s a great way to clean out your home while ensuring that your unwanted items are disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.

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