City of Snoqualmie, Washington

Population (Year): 13810  (2021)

The City of Snoqualmie faces several infrastructure challenges that impact the daily lives of its residents. One of the main issues is the need to maintain and upgrade aging roads, bridges, and transportation systems to ensure safe and efficient travel. Additionally, the city’s water and sewer systems require significant investment to ensure reliable and efficient service. The city also faces challenges related to affordable housing and homelessness, which require investment in social services and infrastructure. Finally, the city must address the impacts of natural disasters, including floods and landslides, on critical infrastructure, including roads and buildings. Overall, addressing these infrastructure challenges requires significant investment in the city’s transportation, water, housing, and emergency management systems to ensure long-term sustainability and resilience.

City of Snoqualmie

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Northern St. Culvert Project (Transportation Portion)


“This project would elevate a six-foot depression in
the roadway of SE Northern St. that incurs regular
flooding and replace current water passage





Riverwalk Pedestrian Bridge Project


“This project would construct a pedestrian bridge
that crosses the Snoqualmie River at the
intersection of SE River St. and Park Ave. SE.”





Pressure Zone Conversions Project


“This project will install a new Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV), supplying
water from the 705 Zone to the 599 Zone, in the vicinity of the Water
Reclamation Facility to supply existing customers with high service pressure.
Furthermore, this project will adjust the discharge pressure setpoint of the
1180 Zone pumps to reduce the high pressures experienced in the zone.”



Not Started


South Wellfield Improvement Project


“This project will install variable frequency drives (VFDs) for Well No. 1 and
No. 2, install a breakpoint chlorination reaction time pipeline, replace the
existing on-site sodium hypochlorite generator unit, and install a permanent
engine generator with an automatic transfer switch (ATS) to provide
auxiliary power to the South Wellfield and Treatment Plant.”



Not Started


Leitz Street Drainage Improvement Project


“Flooding is frequently observed near the rear of the lot at 34618 SE Leitz
Street. The cause of flooding is suspected to be deficient drain tiles in a
segmental retaining wall system located at the property line. This project will
construct a new Type I catch basin and convey the water approximately 50
feet via a pipe to an existing Type II stormwater structure.”



Not Started

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