North Bend surveys citizens on police survey; online survey is available through Dec. 22

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North Bend residents and business owners are encouraged to take a confidential online survey designed to provide city staff with a better understanding of the perceptions of the community on topics of public safety, crime, and police operations.

The Snoqualmie Police Department began providing police services to North Bend in March 2014. The results of this survey will enable the Snoqualmie Police Department and North Bend administrative staff to continue to review and determine what can be done to best serve citizens’ safety and security needs.

The deadline to complete the survey is Dec. 22. Participants can take the survey online at, or request a paper copy by mail, by sending email to or calling (425)-888-7627.

Citizens with questions or concerns regarding North Bend police operations can call the Chief of Police, Perry Phipps, directly at (425)831-4350.

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