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Snoqualmie Homes for Sale | Snoqualmie Real Estate

northwest railroad museumSnoqualmie is 25 miles east of Seattle and historically has best been known for Snoqualmie Falls, a stunning 268-foot waterfall. Today Snoqualmie is the fastest growing city in Washington and has been for more than ten years.. Census data shows that 35% of Snoqualmie’s population is 17 years of age and under, making Snoqualmie with the highest youth-to-adult ratio in King County. Because of this, the city is very supportive of school district initiatives, new and expanded parks facilities and youth programs. Finding a home in Snoqualmie first starts with a drive over Snoqualmie Ridge, a huge development with stunning views of the Cascade Mountains. The historic part of Snoqualmie is reached after dropping down to the river valley on the other side of the ridge. The town works hard at preserving the unique and historic character of downtown Snoqualmie. There you will find attractions like Snoqualmie Falls, the Downtown Historic District, the Northwest Railway Museum, the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad, Meadowbrook Farm, Mount Si Golf Course and the Salish Lodge & Spa. The City of Snoqualmie also hosts many annual events like Snoqualmie Railroad Days, the Boeing Classic PGA Champions Tour, a Day Out with Thomas the Tank Engine, Tanner Jeans Memorial Bike Safety Rodeo, Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out, the Tour de Peaks Snoqualmie Valley, and Relay for Life of Snoqualmie Valley. Snoqualmie is also known for its recreation. There are approximately 30 miles of hard-surface and soft-surface trails in Snoqualmie for walking, hiking, biking and horse riding. Many Snoqualmie parks and trails connect to regional trails such as the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, Rattlesnake Mountain Trail, and the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail. The City of Snoqualmie Parks & Recreation Department operates 35 parks including athletic fields, sport courts, tennis courts, a variety of play equipment for all ages, picnic shelters, and special event venues. The Snoqualmie Valley School District oversees approximately 6,000 students in 10 schools. In recent years, a number of Snoqualmie Valley schools have earned Washington Achievement Awards for performing in the top 5% of schools in the state.

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