Snoqualmie City Council Member Resigns, Open Position to be Filled by Resident Applicants

Open City Council Position to Be Filled by Council Appointment

Do you live within the city limits of Snoqualmie and are interested in city issues and policies?  If so, this might be your chance to serve on the Snoqualmie City Council.

Jeff MacNichols. Photo: City of Snoqualmie Website
Jeff MacNichols. Photo: City of Snoqualmie Website

The City of Snoqualmie is accepting applications from Snoqualmie residents to fill a vacancy on the city council. Position #2 on the seven-member council is open following the resignation of Council Member Jeff MacNichols, who is moving out of Snoqualmie.

MacNichols resigned on May 31st.  He was also serving as the Chair of the Public Safety Council Committee and was a member of the Finance & Administration Council Committee.

The council position term starts once an applicant  is appointed by a city council majority vote – and ends at the end of 2015. If the appointed council member wishes to continue serving beyond 2015, they would be required to run for office in the November 2015 general election.

Residents interested in applying for the vacant city council position must have lived in Snoqualmie for at least one year (prior to council appointment) and be a registered voter in the City of Snoqualmie.

Applicants have a hard deadline at 5PM, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Interested residents can find applications on the city website at They can also be picked up in person at Snoqualmie City Hall, 38624 SE River Street.

Questions about the open city council position may be directed to Jodi Warren, City Clerk, at 425-888-1555 x 1118 or

[The City of Snoqualmie operates under a Mayor-Council form of government. The seven member City Council serves as the legislative body of the City. The Council is responsible for setting policy, adopting the annual budget, adopting laws, determining the services the City provides and the funding levels for those services, and confirming the Mayor’s appointment of citizens to advisory boards and commissions.]


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