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The height limit for buildings in the historic downtown district of Snoqualmie has been changed from 30 to 35 feet after a vote by the… Continue reading
Snoqualmie residents will return to Center Boulevard on the Ridge for Snoqualmie Valley Block Party.
Si View Metro Parks will be conducting a feasibility study on upgrades to their aquatic services.
The 54-year-old golfer took his first win of his PGA Champions career.
After months of discussion, the council approved the land use code amendment for homeless shelters.
King County is repairing 70-feet of Tolt River Levee with completion expected by the end of August.
Local community group cleans up garbage from popular camping and shooting spot.
Snoqualmie approves transportation plan update, riverwalk studies and property sale deadline extension
The council discussed the riverwalk, downtown building height, and transportation on July 23.
The studio features Himalayan rock salt bricks around the building and most prominently in the main yoga room.
Three of the leading candidates attended the forum at Blakely Hall in Issaquah on July 24.
Snoqualmie welcomes new downtown business Carousel Gift Shop
The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce held their own primary election candidate forum on July 12
Snoqualmie’s Planning Commission heard comments from several members of the public on the master plan
The North Bend Block Party held it’s 10th annual event this past Saturday in downtown North Bend.
Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of October.
Community members from around Valley came together at Tollgate Farm Park for the 2018 Relay for Life
Chris Garcia, former council member, appointed to vacant council position left by Jeanne Pettersen.
North Bend Way will be packed with entertainment, live music, food, and fun on Saturday, July 21.
Valley Center Stage will perform “The Bremen Town Black Cat Band” at Si View Community Park.
The council discussed ordinances increasing building height in downtown and time for public comment.