Snoqualmie to hold Public Meeting on Salish Lodge Expansion Plans

Would you like to have a say about the proposed Salish Lodge expansion development?  Here’s your chance.

The City of Snoqualmie announced that they will hold a public hearing about the Salish Lodge & Spa Expansion Master Plan application. The hearing will take place at the Planning Commission meeting on July 16, 2018 at 7PM at city hall.

The expansion – located across SR 202 from Snoqualmie Falls Park and the current Salish Lodge & Spa – would include an expanded hotel, meeting and event facilities, outdoor event space, a spa and fitness center and development of approximately 150 homes of varying types and sizes on an approximate 50 acre site.

To see rendering, plans and proposed development timeline see our earlier detailed article on the Salish Expansion.

According to the city, the  hearing is an open record hearing. Interested persons may participate by providing oral testimony at the hearing or submitting written testimony to Mark Hofman, Community Development Director, via email at mhofman@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us; mailed to Mark Hofman, City of Snoqualmie, PO Box 987, Snoqualmie, WA 98065; or hand delivered to the Planning Commission at the hearing.

After the public hearing – on a date not yet established – the City Council will make a final decision on the master plan.

The City of Snoqualmie also invites resident to learn more about the project details, master plan application, location, hotel and conference facilities, residential development, and impacts on the community, on its Salish Lodge Expansion project page.

 

Rendering of Salish expansion site.

 

 

 

Site map and phasing for Salish Lodge expansion

 

Conceptual rendering of hotel entrance

Comments

  1. More residential??? Oh, that’s okay, we have the infrastructure, Snoqualmie Parkway (freeway). When is enough, enough?

  2. Seems like they should just build a parking garage instead of hundreds of parking spaces – they can preserve more land that way. Also, there should be large multi-use trails accessible to the public, at least on the edges of the development (looks like there may be one on the east edge, not sure).

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