Snoqualmie City Council supports school bond

At the Jan. 10 meeting of the Snoqualmie City Council, council members unanimously voted to support the Snoqualmie Valley School District school bond proposition on the ballot for the Feb. 8 special election.

As stated in the city council resolution, “Improvements to school facilities are needed in Snoqualmie Valley School District No. 410…in order to provide the students of the District with adequate, proper and safe educational facilities. The City Council of the City of Snoqualmie supports… Proposition No. 1, and urges its passage by the voters.”

Details about the proposition, timing, and costs are available on the school district website at

Information about King County elections, voter registration, name and address changes, and other election-related information are online at

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