The latest update from Snoqualmie Tribe Public Safety at of 8:15am on Tuesday, October 22: We are now receiving reports that State Route 203 between Neal Road and Carnation has had water crest over the roadway an
As of Tuesday morning, October 22, 2019 at 7AM, here is an update from Snoqualmie Tribe Public Safety:
Please be aware that the National Weather Service and King County have issued flood warnings for the Snoqualmie Valley.
The Tribal Council is pleased to announce the availability of second round tickets for the Sounder's Playoffs.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe provides a one-time benefit up to $25,000 USD (Twenty-five Thousand and 00/100 U.S.
The Snoqualmie Tribe seeks to retain the services of a GIS consultant to develop tools to help mature an existing GIS program and implement a custom GIS document management platform that enables users to enter in data
On October 6th, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe hosted over 500 guests at a dinner gala to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the conclusion of the Tribe’s successful fight to obtain full federal recognition as a sov
The Tribal Council wishes to observe Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, October 14. Tribal Administration will be closed in honor of the holiday and will re-open normal hours on Tuesday, October 15th.
The below Tribal Members will recieve Seattle Sounds FC playoff tickets. Tickets are available for pickup fom the front desk at Tribal Administration. All tickets must be picked up by October 16.
Please note: As of Friday, Oct 4 at 4:21PM, we are receiving reports of a vehicle fire on Eastbound I90 blocking all lanes of traffic near the SR18 interchange at Snoqualmie.