TREND Magazine: Navagation Bar

 

TREND originates from the scenic Snoqualmie Valley in Washington State, USA.

 

Photo of mushrooms on log. The Snoqualmie Valley follows the course of the Snoqualmie River.  The towns of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston, Fall City, Carnation, Duvall and Monroe are all dependent on the river.

 

National Weather Service (NOAA) forecasts
Current Forecasts for Washington By Zone

River and Storm Warnings

Flood Info: Snoqualmie  Skykomish  Tolt  Raging River

Washington State Mountain Pass Report (DOT)
USGS Washington Current Streamflow Conditions
Pacific Northwest Earthquake Information

School Closings
Public Schools Emergency Communications System 

 


Government Links:

Cities
Carnation, Washington
   Carnation/Tolt Thumbnail History
Duvall, Washington
Fall City
Monroe, Washington
North Bend, Washington
Preston, Washington
Snoqualmie, Washington

Services
Monroe Fire District #3

Snoqualmie Neighborhood Bus Routes

Counties
King County

King County Library System

Snohomish County
Sno-Isle Regional Library System

Schools
Monroe Public Schools
Riverview School District

Snoqualmie Valley Public Schools

State
Washington State Government
Washington State Legislature

Organizations

Mountains to Sound Greenway
Cascade Land Conservancy
The Trust for Public Lands
Livable Communities Coalition
Rural Protection Alliance
Preston Community Club
Preston Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
Issaquah Alps Trail Club
Friends of Cherry Valley

Snoqualmie Tribe

Upper Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce

Washington Trout
Friends of the Trail
Horses for Clean Water
WSU Cooperative Extension King County
WSU Cooperative Extension Snohomish County

Washington State Historical Society

Arts

Fall City Arts Council - 425-222-5037
Cascade Performing Arts Council - 425-788-2983
Duvall Arts Commission
Snoqualmie Valley Arts Live

Recreation & Activities

Snoqualmie Valley Trail
This 36 mile trail meanders past working farms as well as preserved open space areas, and connects to the cross-state John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park.
WA - Mt Baker-Snoqualmie Forest
National forest extends over 140 miles over the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Find facts about the park and an area map.

Snoqualmie - Northwest Railway Museum
Museum collection includes locomotives, passenger cars and five miles of historic railroad. Learn about the annual Santa Train program.

News

Snoqualmie Valley Record News
The Valley View
Eastside Journal


Snoqualmie, Tolt, Snohomish River Watersheds

King County Department of Natural Resources Snoqualmie Watershed Page
Snoqualmie/Snohomish River Basin Map
USGS Real-time gauge readings of river flow, height.
US Army Corps of Engineers
River Flow Information

Surf your Watershed Snoqualmie
US Environmental Protection Agency

Tolt Watershed
Seattle Public Utilities

Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team



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