We are holding a second raffle for Pre-Season Seahawks Tickets that are remaining. This raffle is open to Tribal Members that did not win tickets in the earlier raffle.

Tribal members need to simply submit an e-mail stating which game they want to enter (either Vikings 8/18 or Chiefs 8/25). E-mail must be sent to no later than 5pm on Friday, August 11, 2017.

The drawing is complete for the 2017 Seahawks football season and here are your links to the results!

You can download a PDF of the winners for each game here:  PDF List of Winners

Winners that are highlighted in yellow on the list have also won a parking pass with their tickets.

We sadly announce that we have received notification that Tribal Elder Mrs. Norma Eddy passed away on July 28, 2017.

Details for her memorial service are being planned for late August. We will share more information as it becomes available.

Shuttle service will be available 9:30 AM until 11 AM from the Casino parking lot to the Crescent Market on Tuesday, July 18 for the Grand Opening!

If you live in or travel through the Snoqualmie Valley, please be aware that the Tolt Hill Bridge on NE Tolt Hill Road crossing the Snoqualmie River is currently experiencing an emergency closure. The bridge is fully closed to traffic for an indefinate period of time to design and implement repairs to the bridge structure.

You can get more information and details on detour routes on this King County web page: Tolt Hill Bridge Emergency Repairs

Media Contact:
Michael Brunk
206.888.6551 ext. 6300


June 19th, 2017


Media Contact:
Michael Brunk
425.888.6551 ext 6300


June 16, 2017


This notice is to let you know that as of 9:30 AM on Thursday, June 15, 2017, North Bend Way is currently closed from the Casino round-about to the turn at Meadowbrook Way due to ongoing investigation into a serious accident. We are being told that the closure could last up to four hours. If you are coming to or leaving the Tribal Administration Campus, you will need to take an alternate route that avoids North Bend Way.


The purpose of the 2017 High School Student Summer Internship is to give motivated Snoqualmie Tribal high school students an opportunity to participate in an eight week summer internship program to learn, participate, contribute and engage in the many functions of Tribal administration and the programs and events organized by the Tribe.

The Internship program will take place July 5, 2017 – August 24, 2017.

The Snoqualmie Tribe seeks to retain the services of a qualified health care provider and/or manager to provide consulting services for its Clinic (the “Contractor”).

The selected Contractor will, in accordance with the highest legal, ethical and professional standards, provide at the direction of designated Tribal officials and staff, consulting services including but not limited to the following services: