The City of Snoqualmie’s Movies and Music in the Park Returns this Summer

Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars as the Summer Movies and Music in the Park series returns to Snoqualmie! Music in the Park will be in two locations – Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Siren Testing for the New Tolt Dam Early Warning System to Occur July 11, 12, 14 & 15

Seattle Public Utilities has completed the first phase of construction for the new state-of-the-art Tolt Dam Early Warning System. Four new outdoor and five new indoor sirens (annunciators) have been … [Read more...]

City of North Bend New Roundabout Construction Update at 136th Street

Several months ago, the City of North Bend reported on plans to construct a privately built roundabout (RAB) at 436th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 136th Street, just north of I-90 Exit 32. … [Read more...]

Updated: Overturned Semi at SR-18 Westbound Creates short back-up on I-90 Tuesday Morning

Updated 12:39 PM: The semi and its load are now clear on westbound SR 18 under I-90 The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) says a semi-truck overturned at exit 25 as it turned onto … [Read more...]

Attention Wine Lovers: SipFest Returns to Historic Snoqualmie on July 9th

Tickets to the 6th annual SipFest Snoqualmie are selling fast at This highly anticipated event is Saturday, July 9th, from 6:00-9:00 PM outdoors in the picturesque Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Hearing Examiner Issues a Written Decision on the Snoqualmie Mill Site Plan; Recommends Approval

On June 28, 2022, Hearing Examiner Sharon A. Rice issued a written decision on the Snoqualmie Mill Site Planned Commercial/Industrial (PCI) Plan. She affirmed the adequacy of the plan’s associated Final … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets: Leadership 101-Building a Bond with your Dog   

Are you a good leader to your dog? Does your dog know you have their back? Recently I was bit by a Pug! I’ve had large dogs with serious behavioral issues in my house and managed not to be bitten by … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council Approves nearly $1 Million in Pandemic Relief Grants

On June 27, 2022, the Snoqualmie City Council approved the appropriation of nearly $750,000 in Covid-19 relief grants to community organizations and small businesses. These grants will … [Read more...]

Washington State Patrol Seeking Witnesses to a Fatal Collision on SR-18

At approximately 8:10 PM, June 27th, 2022, Washington State Patrol (WSP) communications received a 911 call advising of a car/semi serious injury collision westbound SR-18 near the Tiger Mountain … [Read more...]

Independence Day Fireworks Restrictions for North Bend & Snoqualmie

As a reminder, only common fireworks are legal within the North Bend and Snoqualmie city limits and may only be discharged between 9 a.m. and midnight on July 4th. North Bend Municipal Code (NBMC) … [Read more...]

Fatality Crash Closes Highway 18 for Five Hours Monday Night

According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), on Monday, June 27th, at 8:09 PM, a fatality crash closed SR-18 for approximately 5 hours. A semi-truck driven by a 49-year-old male driver from … [Read more...]

Updated: Collision Closes Highway 18 in Both Directions

FINAL UPDATE: Westbound SR 18 fully reopened around 1:12 AM. __________________________________________ Update 9:04 PM: The collision has one fatality. One additional patient is being transported by … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Local, Joe Waskom, Wins the 1500M NCAA Championship

Lately, Joe Waskom is a popular guy who is hard to contact. However, seeing how Waskom has been the subject of multiple articles in the past nine years, Living Snoqualmie decided to be persistent and talk to … [Read more...]

Summer Finally Starts in the Snoqualmie Valley with a Weekend Heat Advisory

Welcome to the weekend. Western Washington will be under a Heat Advisory effective Saturday from noon until 11 pm Monday. Saturday's high will be in the upper 80's. On Sunday and Monday, the … [Read more...]

Fire Blotter | Trail Rescue; Difficulty Breathing; Active Labor

Here are a few calls the Snoqualmie Fire Department responded to last week. June 10, 2022 Crews responded to the Snoqualmie Falls Trail to assist an individual experiencing fainting episodes. The … [Read more...]

Wildfire Risk Reduction Tips: You Can Make a Difference for the Community Starting Today

After setting new rainfall records for June in multiple cities in the Puget Sound region, the traditional warm summer coupled with longer days and dry weather is returning to our area. As the weather … [Read more...]

Monday Morning Police Chase Ends with Suspects in Custody

Around 930 am on June 20th, Snoqualmie Police were searching for two individuals who fled after abandoning their vehicle following a traffic stop and police pursuit that began on North Bend Way near Stone … [Read more...]

Is Summer Finally Arriving in the Snoqualmie Valley?

Mother nature finally felt sorry for us Pacific Northwesterners and decided to give us some sun. We still have a chance of a few rain showers tonight, Sunday, and then changes begin to give us much … [Read more...]

The Cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie Recognize Juneteenth Holiday

The Snoqualmie Valley in the early to mid-1860s was made up of the Snoqualmie Tribe and a handful of white settlers. The most populous town in Washington territory (statehood was still 25 years … [Read more...]

The Finally Friday Art & Wine Walks Kick-Off on June 24

The Snoqualmie Arts Commission and Mt. Si Artists Guild present the annual Finally Friday Art & Wine Walks, kicking off June 24, 6–9 pm in Historic Snoqualmie.  Downtown is the destination on the … [Read more...]