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How You Can Help

If you want to take action and voice your concerns related to the Mill Site Development:

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About Snoqualmie Community Action Network

What has now become the Snoqualmie Community Action Network (SCAN) started as a small group of concerned citizens hoping to make a difference in the community. Initial conversations dealt with topics of rapid growth, lack of affordability, and how excessive development can negatively impact a community, as well as its open spaces, natural resources and cultural significance. 

Presently, SCAN works to raise awareness in the community about critical current issues,  as they relate to climate change, health of the Snoqualmie River, land use and development. SCAN's primary goal is to encourage and facilitate community involvement in critical issues facing the region, specifically Snoqualmie and its immediate surrounding areas. Our mission is to provide education and advocacy focused on creating a community driven future for the Snoqualmie Valley. 

Above all else, SCAN is unwaveringly dedicated to providing factual and verifiable information to the community. The vast majority of information shared on this page comes directly from the Snoqualmie City government, Washington State government, or other governmental and regulatory agencies. If you have questions about any of the information shared on this page and would like to inquire further about our sources, feel free to email us at

The primary objective of this informational website is to spread awareness with factual, scientific and historical information about the potential environmental risks posed by the Snoqualmie Mill site. As a group, we advocate for a safe, healthy and sustainable future for the Snoqualmie Mill site.

This website is owned and operated by the Snoqualmie Community Action Network, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in the State of Washington.