September 27th, 2016 - The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and the City of Snoqualmie today announced that they have reached an agreement to continue sewer service to the Snoqualmie Indian Reservation.

The Snoqualmie Casino, located on the Snoqualmie Indian Reservation, employs more than 1,100 people and provided more than $6.6 million in business to vendors in the local area over the past year. The agreement announced today will provide the Snoqualmie Indian Reservation access to the City’s sewer services for at least another four more years.

North Dakota Tribe fighting to stop the construction of Dakota Access Pipeline across sacred tribal lands 

Please note that the last day to submit applications for Emergency Assistance (EA) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requests for fiscal year 2016 (FY16) is Monday, September 26. 

Program funding resets for fiscal year 2017 (FY17) on October 1, 2016.

Shawna VenturaWe share with prayers and sadness, Shawna Ventura – spouse of tribal member Kanium Ventura – was called home on September 11, 2016

A public viewing will be taking place on Thursday September 22 between 9 AM and 11 AM at Flintoft’s Funeral Home in Issaquah.

Flintoft’s Funeral Home
540 E Sunset Way
Issaquah, Washington

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has been supporting local community transit services since 2007. The Tribe has been supporting Transit service through operational funding support for demand response shuttle service within the upper Snoqualmie Valley and route service through the upper and lower Snoqualmie Valley.

The Tribe has been awarded Federal Transit Administration funding for operation support and is seeking a qualified agency to perform transportation services. 

Proposals are due no later than September 26, 2016. 

We have recieved questions from Tribal Members regarding the Snoqualmie Tribe trip to North Dakota in support of the Standing Rock Souix Tribe. We will consolidate those questions and answers in this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) post.

September 9th, 2016


Re: Tribal Support for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Snoqualmie Tribal Members,

The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is proud to inform the general membership that it has decided to travel to Cannonball, North Dakota to show its support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The Tribal Council believes it is necessary for the Snoqualmie Tribe, as nation, to support Standing Rock’s fight to protect its water, natural resources, and sacred places.

John BoneyA Celebration of Life will be held for John on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 1 PM.


Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills
409 Filbert Road
Lynnwood, Washington


A detailed obituary and guest book is available online:

Joseph MoragaA viewing will be held for Joseph on Friday, September 9, 2016 from 3 to 4 PM.

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, September 10, 2016 at 2 PM.


Flintoft’s Funeral Home
540 E Sunset Way
Issaquah, Washington

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has called this area home since time immemorial.  We are not a large tribe, but we are a close-knit community united by cultural values that our ancestors have passed down for thousands of years. 

Our ancestors taught us the importance of being good neighbors, and looking out for all who call this area home.  We are proud stewards of the land and water we all share, but we also value our role in today’s modern economy.