To celebrate new Sno-King ice arena in Snoqualmie, Valley residents skate FREE this summer

Land clearing and grading has officially begun on Sno-King’s new ice rink in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park and to celebrate their expansion, Sno-King is inviting Snoqualmie, Fall City and North Bend residents to ice skate for FREE at weekend public skating sessions at their Renton and Kirkland rinks this summer. 

Sno-King is also supplying free skates, along with the free entry, to public skating sessions for adults 18+ with a valid Snoqualmie, Fall City or North Bend driver’s license. Additionally, two kids under 18 can skate for free.

The rule is: one free entry (one free adult + up to two free kids) per driver’s license per day. 

The offer is available on weekends only, from Saturday, July 6th, 2019 through Monday, September 2nd, 2019. You can see a detailed schedule of the include summer public skating sessions HERE

Sno-King announced this spring that it had entered into a long-term lease agreement to create a new, two-sheet ice arena in Snoqualmie Ridge. 

The site location is 35300 SE Douglas Street – right next to the new Church on the Ridge building currently also under construction.

According to a news release, the developer, the Razwick family – former owners of Snoqualmie business Technical Glass Products – have a desire to give back to the Snoqualmie community and share a common vision for youth development with Sno-King.

Sno-King will lease the property as the sole tenant starting in 2020. The design / development team is led by local developer Terra Vall-Spinosa. Funding for the new arena will come from several sources, including a mix of fundraising components and corporate sponsors. Sno-King said its leadership is actively seeking sponsors for the new arena. Those partners will be announced at a later date.

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  • Congratulations! WooHoo, we’ll probably have skating well before the completion(?) of Spring Plaza up the street. Any updates, Danna? Thanks.

  • Was there a traffic study done on the impact of this at the intersection of Douglas and Snoqualmie Parkway? It’s nice for families to have a place to skate, I suppose, but that intersection is already high volume with the Safeway complex. I imagine on weekends that will be severly compounded with the new business.

    1. Yes, the traffic study showed that Snoqualmie could handle much more traffic as there are currently routes to exit the business park.

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