Snoqualmie City News: Bridge Closure, Safety Survey Extended, Committee Opening, Q & A with Police and Fire

There’s been quite a few announcements that have come across the wire from the City of Snoqualmie in the past week.  Here’s a brief re-cap for you.  Most of SnoLogothese events happen the week of June 24th, including a pretty big road closure, survey deadline and an opportunity to chat with the heads of Snoqualmie’s Fire, Police, Parks and Public Works Departments.


Meadowbrook Bridge Closure

Road Closure/Traffic Alert! Meadowbrook Bridge will be closed on Tuesday, June 25 2013, from 9AM to 3:30PM for a regularly scheduled inspection – one required every two years for the National Bridge Inspection Standard.

To accommodate the inspection, Meadowbrook Way SE will be closed from SE Spruce St to Mill Pond Road during those hours. Detour signs will be posted.

For more information or questions, please contact Kamal Mahmoud, City of Snoqualmie Project Engineer, at 425-831-4919 or


Open Q&A with Public Safety, Parks, and Public Works

City of Snoqualmie Fire Chief Bob Rowe, Police Chief Steve McCulley, and Public Works/Interim Parks Director Daniel J. Marcinko welcome residents to meet with them to discuss whatever is on their mind regarding Public Safety, Parks & Recreation, or Public Works such as city projects around town and those programmed for 2013.

The meeting originally scheduled for June 18th will now be held on Monday, June 24th, from 5PM – 6PM at the Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas Street.  Enjoy refreshments and conversation. For more information, please call 425-888-3333.


Important Police Department Citizen Safety Survey Deadline Extended

The Snoqualmie Police Department is conducting a survey to measure the community’s perceptions of its services, as well as to hear feedback about the safety concerns of the community.  The deadline to take the survey has been extended until Tuesday, June 25, 2013.

At this time, only 239 citizens have taken the survey. That’s about 2% of Snoqualmie’s population. The city would like to hear from as many citizens as possible – and they know most citizens have an opinion.  Please take a few minutes to tell them what you think.  It takes no more than 5 minutes to complete.

The survey covers a variety of topics about police services and safety in Snoqualmie, such as the following.

  • How safe you feel in the community
  • Police interaction with residents
  • Safety issues in local schools
  • Your perceptions of criminal activity in Snoqualmie
  • Police program offerings and events

To take the online survey click HERE.  For a paper copy, email or call 425-888-1555 ext. 1125.


Become a Member of the Snoqualmie Human Services Committee

The City of Snoqualmie Human Services Committee has an opening for a new member. To be considered, the new member must reside within Snoqualmie city limits.

Applications are available on the city website at Applications may be hand delivered to Snoqualmie City Hall at 38624 SE River Street, or mailed to Jodi Warren, City Clerk, P.O. Box 987, Snoqualmie, Washington, 98065.

Each year, the City of Snoqualmie assigns 1% of its general fund to community and human service organizations that serve the greater Snoqualmie Valley, providing services that benefit children, seniors, individuals and families in need. Human services organizations apply for the funding in the fall. Human Services Committee members review the applications and make recommendations to the Snoqualmie City Council for funds allocation.

For more information, please contact Debra Whalawitsa at or 425-888-1555.


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