Ongoing Monitoring and Collaboration

We work with Valley stakeholders, county and state officials, the general public and other nonprofit organizations to proactively further the mission of protecting the Snoqualmie Valley as a productive and stunning rural landscape. Over the past four years, the SVPA has developed a strong network of allies across all sectors: farmers, property owners, environmentalists, visitors, recreationists, and government agencies. We aim to leverage this into a force for meeting the needs of the Valley.

We aim to have a continued, organized presence so that we can understand, anticipate, and advocate on behalf of the Valley and the community. Our board, staff, committee members, and supporters participate in formal and informal collaboration activities, including King County’s Fish Farm Flood Advisory Committee, and hosting and attending community meetings of all kinds.

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Flood Impact Evaluation, Monitoring, and Mitigation  Watershed Improvement District