The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is soliciting proposals from professional firms or experienced consultants to serve as its Owners Representative/Project Manager for its Gas Station/Convenience Store.

Proposals are due no later than noon on Friday, June 24th.

To view the Owners Rep RFP please click here.

The Tribal Council is pleased to introduce a new tax-free housing program for Snoqualmie Tribal Members under the General Welfare Plan. The Tribal Council has been working diligently to create a new Tribal Services Housing Assistance Program since the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines were released regarding Tribal General Welfare Plans in October of 2015.

The Snoqualmie Tribe is soliciting a request for proposal (RFP) from experienced researchers, or qualified consulting firms, with proven experience, resources, and professional expertise to conduct an economic impact study for the Snoqualmie Tribe.

Proposals are due no later than Friday, April 8th.

To view the Economic Impact Study RFP please click here.

Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to Host Tribal Green Summit


SNOQUALMIE, WA (February 24, 2016) The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is pleased to announce it is hosting the 4th Tribal Green Summit. Anyone who is involved with resource management, community planning, housing, landscapes and on-the-ground projects who want to gain and share a greater understanding for sustainable built environments are invited to attend.



Eastside Fire & Rescue Partners with Snoqualmie Indian Tribe 









































December 9, 2015


Media Contact:

 Jerry Lamb



Snoqualmie Tribe files discrimination suit against city leaders

City’s decision to end sewer service to Snoqualmie Casino is ‘intentional race discrimination’


SNOQUALMIE, Wash. – The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe on Wednesday filed a lawsuit in federal court accusing City of Snoqualmie leaders of “intentional race discrimination” against the Tribe.

We share with prayers and sadness, Earnie Barr Jr. was called home on October 13, 2015 at 8:30am.

Known to many as Earnie Lee, he was the son our late Head Chief, Earnest Barr SR.


Funeral Services will be on November 5, 2015.

11am - The Muckleshoot Indian Shaker Church, 39222 165th Avenue S.E. in Auburn, Wa.

Dennis Anderson, Sr. officiating.

Lunch will follow the service.

He requested to be cremated. The sons will be delivering ashes as requested. 

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has been awarded Federal Transit Administration funding for operation support and is seeking a qualified agency to perform transportation services. Please refer to the file below to see complete proposal and instructions. (Date posted: September 17, 2015)

Q: What is happening right now?

Construction on the new Tokul Road roundabout recently began on land where Snoqualmie Tribal ancestors have been buried for hundreds of generations—just feet away from Snoqualmie Falls, the center of our spirituality and our birthplace of creation. This development on our sacred land hurts our Tribe.


Q: How has the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe responded?