Many of the City's parks contain athletic fields are used by local sporting leagues and organizations to host practices and games. Fields used to host practices and games - particularly baseball and softball - can be subject to closures due to rain or other adverse conditions. This page will be updated when changes occur. ALL GRASS FIELDS CLOSE YEARLY FROM NOVEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY FOR FIELD RECOVERY.
City of Snoqualmie Ballfield Status | Updated: November 1, 2023 at 12:45 pm.
Azalea Park Tanner Jeans Field (T-Ball, only): CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Carmichael Park Field (T-Ball, only): CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Centennial Fields:CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Jeanne Hansen Turf Fields:OPEN
Jeanne Hansen Grass Field: CLOSED UNTI 3/1/24
Snoqualmie Community Park: CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Steller Park Field (T-Ball, only): CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Swenson Park Field: CLOSED UNTIL 3/1/24
Parks and Park Facilities
The Snoqualmie Parks Division manages more than 40 parks that offer something for everyone, from walking paths and playgrounds, to tennis courts and athletic fields. In addition, Snoqualmie has more than 540 acres of open space and approximately 35 miles of public trails throughout the community.