It is with great sadness and prayers for the family that we notify you that Tribal Elder James Seymour passed away on Saturday evening (January 13, 2018).

There are no scheduled services at this time.


The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe’s Funeral Attendance Assistance Program provides financial assistance to help adult enrolled Snoqualmie Tribal Members attend a wake, funeral, burial, and other bereavement event(s). Tribal members can receive up to $1,000 (one thousand dollars) in assistance, per fiscal year (October 1- September 30), as set forth in the Funeral Attendance Assistance Policy.

Eligibility for the Funeral Attendance Assistance Program:

It is with prayers for the family and sadness we share the news that Tribal Elder, Joan Smeltzer has passed. Information for her services will follow.

Out of respect, Tribal Administration is closed as of noon today (Friday, January 12).

The American Indian Endowed Scholarship provides educational scholarships on a competitive basis to outstanding students with close social and cultural ties to an American Indian tribe or community in Washington State. 

Recipients are selected using criteria based on academic merit and a commitment to serve the American Indian community in Washington. 

Tribal Government and Snoqualmie Casino Provide 450 Hams

SNOQUALMIE, WA— This holiday season, the Snoqualmie Tribe is working with organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley and wider Puget Sound region to distribute hams to Elders, Veterans and families that might otherwise go without.

Among the organizations that received hams from the Snoqualmie Tribe are:

Snoqualmie Falls, and surrounding lands, are sacred to the Snoqualmie People. We have lived in the area since time immemorial, and we follow the teachings of our ancestors to take care of our people, community and the surrounding Valley.

Recently, we’ve heard that the city of Snoqualmie suggested the tribe opposes the Riverwalk project. This is not true.

Brian Decorah Brings Over 20 Years of Casino Experience to Leadership Position

Brian DecorahSNOQUALMIE, WA – The Snoqualmie Tribal Council is pleased to announce that Brian Decorah will be joining the Tribe as the new CEO for Snoqualmie Casino. 

It is with sadness and prayers for the family that we share the news of the passing of Jerry Lamb. 

Jerry served the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe as our General Manager and then as our Director of Governmental Affairs and Special Projects and worked on Save Snoqualmie Falls.