No bus services will be available through Snoqualmie Valley Transportation on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, and the following Friday, November 23. The offices will be closed in observance of the holiday.
This closure includes all SVT-operated services in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Preston, Carnation, Duvall and Monroe. Bus service will resume according to regular schedules on Monday, November 26.
For more information, or to reserve a ride, visit www.svtbus.org or call (425) 888-7001.
Steak Dinner and Pie Auction: Saturday, November 17
$15 paid in advance for dinner with all the fixings! ($20 at the door), seatings at 4:30 & 6:30pm. You will also have the chance to bid on delicious pies baked by our very own members! You can purchase your tickets today at www.snovalleysenior.org. Bakers: Be thinking about what you want to make for this wonderful event!
Holiday Bazaar: Saturday, December 1 Support Sno-Valley Senior Center and local artisans by joining us any time between 9am-3pm for a fun day of festive holiday shopping, crafts, coffee, homemade soup & baked goods!
For more information, contact Sno-Valley Senior Center at (425) 333-4152 or 4610 Stephens Avenue, Carnation, WA 98014
Senior engineer with King County Natural Resources and Parks, Chase Barton has spent years studying flooding and flood patterns in the Lower Snoqualmie Valley. Over time, he noticed changes happening in the behavior of winter floodwaters, especially in the area just south of Duvall near the Tolt pipeline. “The water wasn’t draining from the fields after flooding,” he said during a recent tour of the Tolt Pipeline Protection Project which includes drainage improvements. “Instead of draining out, like it should, water has been sitting in the fields for lengthy periods of time which also means more water stays over Northeast 124th.”
As the population in the Valley has grown, Northeast 124th has become a crucial corridor that often is closed by high water in the winter months, causing long traffic backups. The project to protect the pipeline and also deal with the drainage issues has been in the works for some time, and finally was given the go-ahead for this year.
Emmitsburg, MD- Shaun Tozer graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA) program at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, MD on September 28, 2018 after completing the full curriculum that provides the strategic level training and education and the essential skills needed for emergency management professionals to manage dynamic and resilient emergency management programs.
It’s time for Trick or Treaters and kiddo fun! On Wednesday, October 31st, from 3-6 p.m., the Duvall Chamber of Commerce is inviting children and families to downtown Duvall for Trick or Treating AND the Chamber’s Halloween Kids Party!
Stop in to the Duvall Visitor Center, from 3-6 p.m., and check out the Halloween Kids Party, with activities/games hosted by local businesses.
Duvall Trick or Trot 5k/Kids Run-Oct. 27
Welcome to the Inaugural Trick or Trot 5k/Kids run benefiting Camp Korey. This fast, flat event will help you complete your first 5k or be a PR for the serious runners. As a family fun event, we will start off with a costume judging competition, followed by a "free" kids run. The 5k will be held at Duvall's McCormick Park and is run on the Snoqualmie River trail which is a gravel trail. As a wilderness trail, runner should expect an uneven surface at times and may not be appropriate for all runners or strollers.
Saturday, October 27 at 9:00 a.m. McCormick Park - Duvall 26200 NE Stephens St Duvall, WA US 98019