The City of Snoqualmie understands the coronavirus and COVID-19 crisis has affected all of us including our local businesses. The City of Snoqualmie and the SnoValley Chamber of Commerce are partnering on many efforts to support them.
Mayor Larson, SnoValley Chamber of Commerce leadership, and City of Snoqualmie employees are meeting weekly with local small businesses to learn about their economic challenges and share information about regional, state, and federal loans; financial resources available to their employees; and preparing for recovery. All meetings are remote as we all follow the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order from Governor Inslee.
The City of Snoqualmie has also launched the “Get It To Go Snoqualmie” campaign, which highlights local restaurants that are open for delivery, take-out, and curbside service. Residents are also encouraged to make purchases online from local businesses and buy e-cards, even for businesses that are temporarily closed.
“Snoqualmie’s local businesses need us now,” said Mayor Matt Larson. “They are there for us throughout each season and each year, often sustaining us through snowstorms and floods. Now it’s our turn to consciously give back so they’ll still be there as we move toward reopening and recovery. It’s possible some businesses may have trouble staying afloat”.
“Local businesses are the heart of Snoqualmie’s community and are vital to keeping our community strong. They employ our friends and neighbors. They sponsor our community events and donate to our non-profits. They serve our residents and visitors to Snoqualmie. The city is committed to doing all we can to help.”
Easy Ways You Can Help a Snoqualmie Business
- Get It To Go at restaurants throughout the city.
- Shop online at Snoqualmie stores, even those temporarily closed.
- Give your favorite places social media shout outs.
- Shop early for birthdays, weddings, and the holidays.
- Explore artists in the Valley to find that special piece of art or gift.
- Buy a gift card to a salon or spa. We’re all going to need it!
- Stock up on pet supplies.
More Information for Business Owner
Resources for business affected by COVID-19 are listed on the City of Snoqualmie website at bit.ly/SnoqCOVID.
Local business owners that need informational assistance encouraged to contact Kelly Coughlin, SnoValley Chamber of Commerce, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-888-6362, or Nicole Wiebe, City of Snoqualmie, at email@example.com or 425-416-9678.