Snoqualmie City Updates: Q&A with Fire and Police Chief; No Leaving Kids, Pets in Cars; Arts Commission Needs New Member

Here’s a few updates from the City of Snoqualmie that have come across the wire this past week:

70 Degrees Outside Equals 100 Degrees in Your Car

As the weather gets warmer, the temperature inside a parked car can quickly rise above 100 degrees, even when the windows are left slightly open.

In Washington, it is unlawful to leave children under 16 years old unattended in a vehicle at any time, whether it is parked or idling. Animals left in a hot car, even for just a few minutes, can suffer from heat stroke, brain damage, or death. During warm weather, please be kind and leave your pets at home or keep them with you when you get out of your vehicle.


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 planned for 2013.

The meeting will be on Tuesday, June 18, 3PM – 5PM at the Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St. Enjoy refreshments and conversation. For more information, please call 425-888-3333.


Snoqualmie Arts Commission Seeks New Member

The City of Snoqualmie Arts Commission has an opening for a new commissioner. To be considered, the new member must reside within Snoqualmie city limits.  Applications must be submitted by Friday, June 21, 2013. They 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.

The Arts Commission advises the City Council on public artwork and promotes programs to increase interest and engagement in the fine and performing arts. Commission members also work toward preservation of Snoqualmie’s cultural heritage. Members meet on the second Monday of each month at 6PM All meetings are at Snoqualmie City Hall.


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