Hunting boundary changes in Snoqualmie's annexed mill area

The Mill Planning Area annexation by the city of Snoqualmie, which became effective on September 28, has affected hunting boundaries in the area.

The familiar hunting area of Lake Borst located on Mill Pond Road between Reinig Road and Tokul Road, is now off limits for hunting.

The city will be posting this area as a “No Hunting Zone,” for which the Snoqualmie Municipal Code Chapter 6.08 applies, prohibiting the discharge of any firearm within city limits. For information, contact Police Captain Nick Almquist at (425) 888-3333.


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