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While early expeditions reached Snoqualmie in 1851, Indian tensions were high during the 1850’s, and deterred newcomers from the area.  However, by 1858 settlement was led by Jeremiah Borst, who accumulated significant land holdings. Farming sustained the early pioneers, including dairy and quantities of hops, but eventually gave way to the timber industry.

By 1877 the timber business serving Puget Sound growth supported 12 logging operations in the Snoqualmie region. When the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railroad arrived in the late 1880’s, production reached new highs.  Since Snoqualmie was further from Seattle than most towns, except North Bend, vast quantities of timber were still available for harvest long into the 20th century.

From its very first beginnings, Snoqualmie boasted the usual western frontier businesses including a hotel, livery, general store, dance hall, church, and post office. Since the town incorporated in 1903, today’s main street of historic Snoqualmie remains largely unchanged from its slow progression of development through the last 125 years, like a town frozen in time.

Snoqualmie is truly one of the last cities in the area where you can go from one life time zone to another in a matter of a mile or two of driving. Plans are underway for infrastructure improvements and sprucing up the historic district, but for most, leaving the past standing satisfies long term Northwest residents’ deep seated need to remain connected to our past. The statistics tell the tale, for between 1960 and 2000, the population only grew by 415 souls to a total of 1,631 lucky people.

Following the annexation of the nearby Snoqualmie Ridge area in the mid-1990’s, a brand new, planned community was developed on an elevated plateau in the middle of vast forests.  Featuring panoramic views, pedestrian friendly access, services and shopping, and a Jack Nicklaus signature design golf course, the community has added some 9,000 new residents to the sleepy town of Snoqualmie.

As tourists continue to discover the living past in the railroad museum and the old town historic district, the ‘new town up on the hill’ brings another brave generation to sink roots into this fertile soil, building their own chapter in this evolving western saga.

During the same period, the local Snoqualmie Indian Tribe finally succeeded in their relentless quest to be granted official tribal status by the U.S. government.  They went on to convince the Bureau of Indian Affairs to grant federal reservation status to a special site southwest of Snoqualmie along I-90 upon which they built a $375 million lodge style casino.  The odds are, after your first visit, you’ll be planning your next!

There’s an appeal to Snoqualmie that transcends mere words, which only personal experience can define.  Once you see for yourself, your heart will guide you here.

Snoqualmie, a truly breathtaking place to live, play and raise a family.

Useful Links and Local Features

City of Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce I

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce II - Brenda Huckle

Thinking of Moving Here?

Snoqualmie, WA - Neighborhood Scout

Small Town King County – Snoqualmie, Washington - KingCountyTV

Snoqualmie Valley Minute Trip - Marcandkristi

Things to Do in Snoqualmie – TripAdvisor

Snoqualmie Valley, a Tribute - Lorenzo Pasqualis

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

Swedish Snoqualmie Primary Care

2013 Mount Si High School Veteran's Day Assembly Video - Mshswpc

I Fought for You - Andrewmanzano

Driving Up to Mount Si High School/Twin Peaks High School - Quarf53206

Mount Si High School Band Promo Video - dRuMeR413

High School Football: Issaquah vs Mount Si - Sept. 13, 2013 - City of Issaquah

Gretchen Chase | Mount Si High School Class of 2015 | Senior Video - TAustin Films

Twin Peaks Intro High Quality - Helenevienna

Twede's Cafe, the Double R Diner of Twin Peaks - LimeWave

Thomas the Tank Engine in Snoqualmie, Washington - Weekendrailroader

Day Out with Thomas - Snoqualmie - Shawn Mahoney

Thomas the Tank Engine @ Snoqualmie Valley Railroad - Piktrains

A Snoqualmie Rail Montage – 2012 - Weekendrailroader

A Railroader's Proposal - Weekendrailroader

Snoqualmie: Trains, Bridges, and Power Plants - Weekendrailroader

Steam Returns to the Snoqualmie Valley - Weekendrailroader

Snoqualmie Valley Railroad - Shawn Mahoney

Snoqualmie Valley Railroad, RS4TC Locomotives - Piktrains

Northwest Railway Museum - Trainmuseum

Northwest Railway Museum - Wikipedia

Northwest Railway Museum – Train Times - Trainmuseum

Northwest Railway Museum Displayed Equipment - Pearsonba350

Steam Engine Train at Snoqualmie, Washington - Andrew Mobley

Northwest Railway Museum Cold Line - Pearsonba350

Snoqualmie Falls Website

Snoqualmie Falls: A Legacy of Natural Wonder - Puget Sound Energy

Snoqualmie Falls: A Legacy of Shared History - Puget Sound Energy

A Virtual Tour of Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project at Snoqualmie Falls - Puget Sound Energy

Snoqualmie Falls Power Plant – 1982, Hosted by Bert Kaye - Puget Sound Energy

The Power of Snoqualmie Falls – Trailer - Puget Sound Energy

The Power of Snoqualmie Falls - Puget Sound Energy

Snoqualmie Falls From a Helicopter - TacoSoft

Snoqualmie Falls From the Observation Post Above the Falls - Geoff Tucker

Snoqualmie Falls by Paul Deutsch

Snoqualmie Falls - David Reynolds

Snoqualmie Falls Washington State - Javier Guisa

Rattlesnake Mountain Hike, Snoqualmie, Washington - JustSouthofNorth

Black Bear Feeding, Snoqualmie, Washington - Saylean

Ernie’s Kayak Solo Lap – North Fork Snoqualmie River, Washington - Daniel Patrinellis

Canoeing the Middle-Middle Snoqualmie River - Mark Scantlebury

Mt Teneriffe Bike Ascent - Chris

Snoqualmie River Safety – Battalion Chief Greg Tryon, Eastside Fire & Safety - King County DNRP

South Fork Snoqualmie River - Jared

Hiking Up the Kendall Katwalk East of Snoqualmie, Near the Pass - Jon Lum

Snoqualmie Casino

Hotel Salish Lodge – Spa - Hottellel

Salish Lodge and Spa Getaway-Fine Living - Fine Living Network

Salish Lodge and Spa

Woodman Lodge – Snoqualmie Steakhouse & Saloon - RJ McHatton

Woodman Lodge Restaurant - Modcit

Woodman Lodge Commercial – Plow - Creative Crank

Woodman Lodge Commercial – Lumberjacks - Johnlin9

Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club - TPCSnoqualmieRidge's channel

Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club, Snoqualmie, Washington - Threeputtcover

Snoqualmie Ridge Town Center - BiondiMedia/Fordvideo

Snoqualmie Brewery and Taproom

Gianfranco Ristorante Italiano

Snoqualmie Vineyards

Snoqualmie Real Estate – Zillow

Know What’s Below, Call Before You Dig

Pest Control and Extermination Services for Snoqualmie - Trey Shelton

Bee, Wasp, Hornet and Yellow Jacket Nest Removal for Snoqualmie - Trey Shelton

Beaver, Otter, Mt. Beaver and Raccoon Trapping for Snoqualmie - Trey Shelton

Shockwave™ Mole Control, Removal and Extermination for Snoqualmie – Trey Shelton

Tree Removal, Topping and Thinning - Mike Green

Real Estate Services - Debbie Walter

Real Estate Services – Stephen Macdonald

Real Estate Services – Charlotte Kossow

Real Estate Services – Christi Irwin

Real Estate Services - John L. Scott, North Bend - Voted "Best Real Estate Agency in the Snoqualmie Valley 2010"

Real Estate Services – John Fiala

Strategies for Negotiating Inspections – Mike Winkler & E J Bowlds (As a General Contractor, Trey Performs Specific Issue and Pest Control Related Work to Seller|Buyer Complete Satisfaction)

Air Duct Cleaning

Roofing Services

Drainage and Structural Services

Home Inspections – Mark Daughtry

Precision Turf Equipment – Dan Robinson

Handicraftsman Services – Roger McColley

Professional Painting Services - Matt Elam & PJ Clarke

Irrigation, Lighting, Backflow Device Testing, Service & Repair - Dave Sheldon

Ballard Ornamental Ironworks, Inc. – Douglas and David Farage

Tom McIntosh Glass and Glazing - Tom McIntosh

Fasteners, Tools, Maintenance & Shop Supplies

Fireplace Heating Products

Woodworking Power Tools, Bits & Hand Tools

Premium Cedar, Exotic Hardwoods, Custom Milling

Home Improvement & Outdoor Equipment – Monroe

Home Improvement & Outdoor Equipment – Snohomish

Household Maintenance Products & Materials, Hardware & Supplies

Paint & Decorating | Wood Finishes | Expert Tint Matching

Premium Quality Paints – The Professional Painters Paint Store

Earl’s Lakeview Barber Shop – Traditional Old School Shop with Mounts on the Wall, Sports Memorabilia & Outdoors Conversation in Kirkland – Five Stars

Kirkland Transmission – Transmissions, Fuel Injectors, & Trustworthy Service (Tony Helps Keep My Trucks On the Road ~ Trey)

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