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Posted on: August 11, 2022

Investing in Livability: Snoqualmie City Council Approves Historic Capital Improvement Plan

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On August 8, 2022, the Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved the 2023-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), which will guide the City’s investment and improvement of its parks, transportation, facility, and utility infrastructure over the next six years.  

The nearly $158 million Capital Improvement Plan invests in the livability of Snoqualmie, proactively enhancing safety, transportation and critical infrastructure with fiscal transparency and operational stability.  

The 2023-2028 CIP was the culmination of several years of work and community discussions about investments to improve the quality of life for Snoqualmie residents, businesses, and visitors. 

Projects contained in the approved CIP include expanding the Snoqualmie Community Center, including adding an aquatics facility; building a spray park; adding an all-inclusive playground; increasing capacity and making critical upgrades to the City’s water reclamation facility; completing the Snoqualmie Riverwalk project; replacing aging fire apparatus; Sandy Cove riverbank restoration; Kimball Creek Bridge and Riparian restoration; street resurfacing and sidewalk replacements; urban forestry and stormwater facility improvements. 

“This Capital Improvement Plan was the result of collaboration and community feedback and will guide our on-going commitment to maintaining the high quality of life Snoqualmie residents enjoy,” Mayor Katherine Ross commented. “We are proud of this well-rounded and thorough plan that invests in every facet of City infrastructure to both protect and enhance our community.”

See the approved City of Snoqualmie 2023-2028 CIP Plan.

About: The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a planning and financial management tool that helps the City identify and prioritize capital investments over a six-year period. The CIP is required by the Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) (RCW 36.70A) and requires local governments plan and manage growth that would impact the environment and quality of life. 

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