Public input sought for planning unincorporated Snoqualmie Valley’s future

The King County Department of Local Services is inviting those who live or work in the unincorporated areas of the Snoqualmie Valley and Northeast King County to join them May 24 via Zoom for a Subarea Plan Engagement Kickoff Event.

This event was rescheduled from last month

This is the residents’ last chance to help shape the development of Northeast King County for the next 20 years.

The subarea plan is used by Local Services and the county as a tool to collect information and concerns from residents in unincorporated areas. That information is used to determine where services are directed. The King County Council also uses the plan when making budgetary decisions.

Local Services has been working the past nine months to collect data and create a work plan for the 20-year Subarea Plan for the Snoqualmie Valley and Northeast King County Community Service Area.

They’re now moving to the engagement phase of the process, and want to hear from residents.

This phase will start with an online engagement kickoff event from 6 to 8 p.m. May 24 (via Zoom). The event will also be broadcast live on the Local Services Facebook page.

Here’s how to join:

Zoom Link –

Passcode: SnoVal!

To learn more, visit:

If you have questions or would like to organize a meeting about the subarea plan, contact Jesse Reynolds: