Parking near the Snoqualmie Falls Park gift shop will become ‘pay to park’
In an effort to reduce traffic congestion in Snoqualmie, changes to parking at Snoqualmie Falls Park will go into effect May 8, 2017.
The 50 parking spots in the Snoqualmie Falls Park gift shop lot will become “pay to park.” There will be nine additional paid spots for motorcycles and ADA parking available. PSE is currently working with its vendor to determine the rate.
The spots in both the upper lot and lower lot will remain free, which total more than 300 spaces.
In addition, there will be an added overflow lot off of Snoqualmie Parkway at Railroad Avenue available, which can accommodate an estimated 150 vehicles.
PSE has a license to operate the Snoqualmie Falls Park in conjunction with its hydroelectric project. The Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum opens Memorial Day weekend.