As the Snoqualmie River and local creeks continue to rise, king County Road Division crews continue to work to assess Snoqualmie Valley roads impacted by floodwaters and landslides.
Here is a list of the latest closures as of 1120 AM March 1st, 2022
As road conditions are constantly being updated, check the King County Roads commute page for the most up-to-date conditions. (click to enlarge)
North Bend Public Works crews have also temporarily closed Boalch Avenue, past the Meadowbrook Interpretive Center, due to standing water over the roadway.
The Park and Ride lot, located at 301 W North Bend Way, is also closed due to standing water. The City continues to monitor river levels, maintain drainage ditches, culverts, storm drains and roads. Sand and sandbags are also still available for scooping and pick-up at the North Bend Public Works Department.
Snoqualmie Fire crews, along with EF&R, KCSO, Bellevue Fire and Fall City Fire, are currently on scene at Reinig Road near the Meadowbrook Bridge for a water rescue of an individual surrounded by rising floodwaters. The person is ok.
The submerged vehicle in the photo was from a previous rescue that occurred overnight.