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We share with prayers and sadness the passing of beloved Tribal Elder Elmer Eugene Assman. Elmer was born September 10, 1932 and passed away on August 16, 2018. He served eight years in the United States Air Force and was honorably discharged.

We will share details regarding services at a later time.

It is with sadness that we inform you of the passing of a Tribal Elder. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the family. Once the family allows us to release the name, we will provide an update with details.

Out of respect, per Tribal Council directive, we will be closing our administration offices at noon today.  Those departments with essential services that have appointments scheduled will provide those services and then close once those appointments are complete. 

Please be aware that State Route 203 just east of Carnation will be experiencing closures and delays from Sunday, August 12 through Wednesday, August 15.  This section of SR203 will go down to one lane during the day and experience complete closures at night from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM.  Plan for delays during this period of construction and consider alternate routes if possible.

You can track the progress of canoes on Canoe Journey this year using this interactive map. Many canoes, including our laʔlagʷas (lah-lah-gwah-s) carrying a tracking device that update the position every 10 minutes.

View the map here: https://ptoi.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=737d521cd1b04f7d8463b6118d9320ff

We share with prayers and sadness that beloved Tribal Member, Patrick Lee de los Angeles was called home on July 3, 2018.

Details regarding services will be posted when available.  

Out of respect Tribal Administration closed at noon today. 

Update to add memorial details:

To remember Patrick Lee De los Angeles, ALL friends and family members are invited to the memorial service.

Sunday, July 15th 10am to 1pm.
Beck's Funeral Home
405 5th Ave S, Edmonds, WA 98020

The Tribe requests proposals from individual attorneys and law firms interested in serving as the Tribe’s Prosecutor on a part-time, contractual basis, for a three-year term beginning no later than January 1, 2019 (possibly earlier upon the mutual agreement of the parties). The Prosecutor will handle criminal cases, Indian Child Welfare cases, and certain other civil matters in the Snoqualmie Tribal Court (“Court”).

Please be aware that Tribal Administration is experiencing a phone and internet outage the morning of Friday, June 29, 2018.  If you are attempting to contact Tribal Administration or are expecting to hear from Tribal Administration these communications may be delayed by the outage.  Comcast has been notified of the problem and we are waiting on their response.

Will Pray at Snoqualmie Falls on Friday, June 22 Beginning at 6 AM

Effective June 4, the deadline for Tribal Members to submit completed applications for processing is Monday at 5 PM for all Administrative Departments.

Only completed applications will be accepted.

Applications in by Monday at 5 PM will be given priority processing, but are not guaranteed to be processed within the same week.

Applications and receipts received after the 5 PM deadline will be processed the following week.

This change becomes effective on June 4, 2018.

SNOQUALMIE, WA— Enrolled members of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe held elections at their Annual Meeting on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Members voted for candidates to serve in the Tribal Chair, Tribal Council and Tribal Council Alternate positions.

Robert de los Angeles will serve as Tribal Chairman, coming directly from serving as a full-time Tribal Council Member. Marilee Mai, Kanium Ventura and Jerry Boney are joining the Tribal Council as new full-time members. Melynda Digre will be serving as a Tribal Council Alternate.

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