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Posted on: October 5, 2023

You’re Invited: Snoqualmie Comprehensive Plan Community Open House, Oct. 18

Comp Plan Open House Oct 2023

The City is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan. Community input is vital for this project - called Snoqualmie 2044 – and we want to hear from you!  

Come share your thoughts about housing, transportation, parks, and more, and learn how the Snoqualmie Comprehensive Plan will guide the City over the next 8 years to achieve the community’s vision.

The Comprehensive Plan Open House happens Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2023, 6-7:30 pm in the Snoqualmie Library Meeting Room, 7824 Center Blvd SE.  Pizza and refreshments will be provided. Kids are welcome. 

The Comprehensive Plan (or Comp Plan, as it is often called) outlines goals and policies for managing growth while protecting the health, welfare, and quality of life of residents. This 20-year visioning plan guides development, laws, and City spending. It describes the Snoqualmie that community members wish to leave to future generations and coordinates City departments under a common vision. 

The Comp Plan can be amended annually through the docket process - which provides citizens an opportunity to suggest changes to the Comprehensive Plan - but the Growth Management Act (RCW 36.70A) requires counties and cities conduct a mandatory periodic update at least once every ten years. This is the process the City launched this year. 

Primary purposes of the update include:

  • Review plan and regulations, bringing them in compliance with changes to state law and the Growth Management Act (GMA).
  • Respond to changes in land use and population.
  • Address community priorities and/or needs. 

For more information, contact Emily Arteche at

To learn more, visit

Comp Plan Open House Oct 2023

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