The Snoqualmie Tribal Offices will be closed Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Offices will reopen on Monday, December 1st.

The North Bend Family Clinic will be open, with modified hours, over the 2014 holiday break. The Clinic will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

Please plan ahead for prescription refills by asking your pharmacy to fax a Refill Request form to the Clinic. Please allow 3 business days for refill requests to be processed.

The Clinic staff wishes you and your family a wonderful Christmas and a healthy New Year!


Holiday Hours:

Monday, Dec. 22nd - 9am - 5pm

Tuesday, Dec. 23rd - 9am - 5pm

Below is service information for Marysville-Pilchuck High School student Shaylee Chuckulnaskit, victim of the recent tragic shooting. 

There will be a prayer service Thursday, November 6th at 6pm. 

The funeral will be Friday, November 7th at 10am. 

The services will be held at: 

6700 Totem Beach Rd Tulalip WA 98271

In an effort to provide better health care services to all its members, the Tribe will be consolidating the Tolt Community Clinic with the North Bend Family Clinic. Housed in one building, the North Bend Clinic will continue to provide health care services to Tribal Members as well as the public. 

"The health services of the Tribe are of the utmost importance to the well-being of our Tribal Members," said Carolyn Lubenau, Tribal Chairwoman. 

New General Manager: Ralph Honhongva 

Ralph Honhongva has been hired to be the new General Manager of the Snoqualmie Tribal Administration. The Tribal Council selected Ralph after a thorough application and interview process. 

Ralph is a member of the Hopi Tribe. He has a Bachelors Degree in Management from the University of New Mexico, and a Masters in Public Administration from Arizona State University. He has extensive experience working with tribes in various capacities, including many years as a tribal general manager.

Due to a training, the Housing Department will be closed on Wednesday, October 29th and Thursday, October 30th. The department will be open again on Friday, October 31st. 

On this year's Washington State ballot, voters are asked to consider Advisory Vote 9 (Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1287), concerning leasehold excise tax on tribal property. Voters are asked to choose to either "repeal" or "maintain" this bill. 

The ballot advisory question seeks voter affirmation to continue to direct land-use tax on use of tribal property by private parties in lieu of property taxes. Although the State Legislature has already made this change, state law requires a subsequent nonbinding vote by the people (an advisory vote). 

The mailing address for the Tribe has not changed. It is still Post Office Box 969 Snoqualmie, WA 98065. All Tribal mail needs to be sent to this address. 


The Open House for the new Tribal Administration Building which was originally planned for Saturday, October 11th 2014, has been postponed. 

Details about a new date will be sent to the Tribal Membership soon. 

The Tribal Administration move will occur at the end of September 2014.

The last open-for-business day at the old building (located at 8130 Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie) is Wednesday, September 24th, 2014.

The new office Administration Building will be open for business on Thursday, October 2nd, 2014.

Please be aware of the closure days and plan accordingly; there will be no phone service and no response to emails from Thursday, September 25th to September 30th until the office reopens on Thursday, October 2nd.