Most departments in Tribal Administration will be closing at noon on Wednesday, November 21 to begin the Thanksgiving holiday.  If you are planning to visit, please call ahead to make sure the person or department you are expecting to meet is available.

Tribal Administration will remain closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for Thanksgiving.

We will reopen normal hours on Monday, November 26.

Margie Wolfer, 87, was granted her angel wings on November 2, 2018. Her final days were spent surrounded by family and friends in Snohomish.

Margie was born January 1, 1931, in Monroe to Herman and Ruth Harriman. Margie was an elder of the Snoqualmie Tribe and a lifelong resident of Snohomish.

The Tribe is requesting proposals from qualified financial institutions (each a “Bank”) for a primary banking relationship. The Bank must be able to provide the full range of financial services required by this Request for Proposal (“RFP”). The Tribe is located in Snoqualmie, Washington. Proposals must include banking services for the Tribal Government, Crescent Market (gas station/convenience store/tobacco store/liquor store), and possible future Tribal enterprises.

We share with prayers and sadness the passing of beloved Tribal Elder Susan Lutz. Susan Lutz was born April 8, 1958 and passed away on October 23, 2018. We will share details regarding services at a later time.

Out of respect, per Tribal Council directive, we closed our administration offices today 10/23/2018 at 2pm. We will resume normal operations on 10/24/2018 at 9am.

The Tribal Council is pleased to introduce a new tax-free Pre-Planning Assistance component to our Burial and Funeral Assistance Program for all adult enrolled Snoqualmie Tribal Members under the General Welfare Plan. Please keep an eye on your mail as a packet with all the details and application has been mailed out to Membership. A representative from the department will be available at this weekend’s Elders Retreat to answer any program questions.

October 12, 2018 - 6:30AM: Snoqualmie Tribe Emergency Management reports that Highway 18 is currently closed in both directions from Issaquah/Hobart to I-90 due to an accident. This route is expected to be closed for a significant portion of the morning commute.

Funding will support a State-wide effort to treat problem gambling

Funding will support tobacco cessation for people throughout Washington state