Watch your mailbox for survey to shape the future of Valley transportation

  • Tuesday, October 17, 2017 5:17pm
  • News

An important Sno-Valley Transportation survey will be arriving in residents’ mailboxes soon.

Participants who complete the survey will provide valuable input toward improving bus and other transportation services in the Snoqualmie Valley.

If you receive the survey by mail, you may be asked for a code on the form. The code will be on your mailing form and can be included on the survey, but it is not required.

The survey will also be available online at

People with additional input, such as a bus route wishlist or your own transportation story, can share them at

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