Proclamation Authorizes Tribe’s Request for Increased Flexibility on Spending of Revenue of Fuel Sales SNOQUALMIE, WA — The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is celebrating a proclamation issued by Governor Jay Inslee that formalizes State support for a Snoqualmie...Snoqualmie Tribal Members, The Snoqualmie Tribal Council takes the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) very seriously and recognizes that many in our Tribal Community have been affected by the virus and continued Stay at Home Orders. On May 21st, the Snoqualmie Tribal...Out of concern for the health and safety of Tribal Members, the Annual Meeting scheduled for May 30, 2020 is postponed until further notice. An official letter with additional information will be sent to all Tribal Members in the near future.The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is pleased to announce the official candidates list and annual meeting agenda: Official Candidates List Annual Meeting Agenda Physical copies are being mailed to all Tribal Members.Due to the increase in requests and limited staff capacity the weekly deadline to submit benefit requests to the Services Departments has been moved to noon on Friday. This applies to the Housing, Education, and General Resources Departments. This will remain in...A reminder that with the extension of the “Stay-at-home” orders for Washington State, the Tribal Campus remains closed to visitors and non-essential staff until further notice.