Due to the weather conditions surrounding the Snoqualmie and North Bend area, we will be on a delayed start this morning.  We will open at 11am.  Please drive safe. 

Important Notice: The Basket Weaving class scheduled for this Saturday, March 17 is being rescheduled and combined with the Medicine Bag class on Friday, March 23. There will be no class on Saturday, March 17.

Here are the results of the raffle for Tribal Members to win a free one year membership to King County YMCAs!

The General Resources Department will be contacting winners next week with instructions on how to sign up to access their YMCA membership.


  • Melynda Digre
  • Johnny Harrington
  • Steve de los Angeles
  • Sara Corder
  • Sunny Clear
  • Kara Hinzman
  • Vicki J Applebee
  • Christopher Castleberry
  • Joe Chavez
  • Mary Burley

Snoqualmie Tribal government offices will be on a 2 hour delayed start this morning (Monday, February 26) due to weather conditions.  Governmental offices will open at 11am this morning.  Thank you for your understanding and please be safe driving this morning. 

Below are the winners of tickets in the 2018 Sounders FC Ticket Raffle. Winners are being contacted and tickets will be available after 12 noon on February 27, 2018.

The Snoqualmie Tribe has partnered with the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA/ YMCA of Greater Seattle to offer TEN free gym memberships to Snoqualmie Tribal Members! 

  • Each membership covers two adults and all children that reside at the address listed on the application. 
  • The membership can be used at any YMCA inside King County.


Save the date for this year's Annual General Council Meeting on May 12, 2018.

Note: Official notice will follow.

Supports I-940 and Efforts to Improve Relationships Between the Police and Communities

SNOQUALMIE, WA— The Snoqualmie Tribal Council has presented a $25,000 donation to support the Initiative 940 – Deescalate Washington campaign. 

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

The Washington Indian Gaming Association has announced their 2018-19 Scholarship Program.  This year they will be awarding up to $100,000 to Native students pursuing degrees at community and technical colleges, four-year colleges, and post-graduate and professional schools.