Waste Management to Service Missed Snoqualmie Customers on Friday, December 2nd

Due to the recent winter storm and hazardous road conditions, some Snoqualmie Waste Management customers did not have garbage, recycling, and/or yard waste collected this week.  Waste Management … [Read more...]

Updated: Eastbound I90 has Re-Opened

Update 10 am: I-90 eastbound is open. However, I-90 westbound is likely closing at Ellensburg due to spinouts near Easton. More info to … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Brush Fire; Rollover Accident; Trail Rescue

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to in the last couple of weeks. November 14, 2022 Firefighters responded to the report of a brush fire. A neighbor called 911 after … [Read more...]

Join our Firefighters for Breakfast – A Snoqualmie Days Tradition

Start your Snoqualmie Days (formerly Railroad Days) with a firefighter-cooked breakfast, raffle items, and photo opportunities at the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association’s Annual Pancake Breakfast & Silent … [Read more...]

Church on the Ridge Announces Sixth Annual Professional Red, White & Boom Fourth of July Fireworks Show in Snoqualmie

Church on the Ridge has announced the anticipated return of its annual professional Fourth of July fireworks show on the 33-acre grounds of Snoqualmie Community Park in Snoqualmie, WA. Red, White … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Alcohol Overdose; Jumped from Window; Panic Attack

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to last week. May 9, 2022 EMTs responded to a residence for a report of an alcohol overdose. The individual was transported to a nearby … [Read more...]

North Bend Seeking Applicants for Vacancies on City Planning Commission

If you want a chance to have a say on North Bend's physical development, here's your opportunity. The City of North Bend is seeking applicants for multiple vacancies on the Planning Commission, … [Read more...]

Move Ahead Washington Transportation Package Funds SR 18 Widening and Snoqualmie Parkway Repaving

On Thursday, March 10, 2022, the State Legislature approved the ambitious Move Ahead Washington transportation package.  The $17 billion statewide transportation bill includes $640 … [Read more...]

Job Openings at the City of Snoqualmie – Work for Parks and Public Works or Community Development

The City of Snoqualmie is currently recruiting for various positions in the Parks and Public Works and Planning departments. Openings include a Project Engineer, a Senior Planner, a Lead Operator in … [Read more...]

Top Ten Snoqualmie Valley Photos of 2021 (According to Instagram)

The end of the year is all about top ten lists. In addition to our upcoming post on the top stories of 2021, as many readers know, the active Living Snoqualmie Instagram page shares … [Read more...]

The Cities of North Bend & Snoqualmie Invite the Community to Arbor Day Tree Planting Events

Arbor Day is a day in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. The first American Arbor Day was originated by J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska City, Nebraska, at … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Sanctuary has its Grand Opening in North Bend

Stacie Beam-Bruce and Stacy Worley met 3 years ago at a function in Seattle called Sacred Supper, a gathering for spiritually-minded women.  The meeting was completely random, not something … [Read more...]

Updated: Rollover Accident Yet Again Slows Traffic

Update 1:31 PM: The tow truck first on the scene was not able to handle the job so additional equipment was called in. WSP had no ETA for clearing as of 1 PM. … [Read more...]

Eligibility expands to everyone 16 and older in Washington state

Starting today everyone 16 and older who wants a COVID-19 vaccine can receive one in Washington. The eligibility expansion marks the four-month anniversary of vaccine rollout in our state. Since mid-December, … [Read more...]

Fireworks Sales and Discharge Rules for New Year’s Eve

The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) wishes to remind residents of the rules for the legal discharge of fireworks as we head into the New Year’s Holiday.  Per RCW 70.77.395, fireworks may … [Read more...]

The Week Ahead – The Thanksgiving Forecast

We've seen a good round of light to moderate gap winds (expected to die out Sunday morning) in the foothills ahead of an incoming weak cold front Sunday night into Monday that should deliver light rain in … [Read more...]

Amidst Coronavirus Statewide Surge, Governor Inslee urges Washington Residents to skip the usual Thanksgiving

Governor Jay Inslee gave a public address tonight with his wife Trudi by his side trying to convince Washingtonians to forego social Thanksgivings and warns of coming restrictions. He is expected to announce … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Gassy Bank; Indoor bike accident; False alarm for the tribe

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to this past week. November 6th At 8:20 am Snoqualmie Firefighters dispatched to a smell of natural gas in the Key Bank building on … [Read more...]

Fiery bridge collapse leaves history lurking on the bottom of the Snoqualmie River

There's history all around the Snoqualmie Valley - and as it turns out, I walked right over it. That piece of history in the river caught my attention and prompted an inquiry to Valley Historian, … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Affordable Housing Project moves forward after city council upholds permit allowing 4-story buildings

UPDATE |  MARCH 28, 2018 During the appeal period following a January 2018 Hearing Examiner's decision to issue a conditional use permit that would allow Panorama Apartments to build 4-story buildings as … [Read more...]