The Administration works with all city departments and the City Council to provide timely information to residents, staff, and media outlets about local government services, programs, current projects and upcoming events. This includes oversight of the city website, NBTV Channel 21, video, print, and electronic communications. Through the links below, you can learn more about some of the ways in which the City of North Bend strives to connect to its residents, staff and the media.
The Community and Economic Development Department along with the Business and Economic Development Commission were instrumental in bringing the city webcam online. Check out the magnificent view at North Bend Webcam
Problem viewing the webcam? Try opening the website in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, etc. Internet Explorer is no longer supported.
*Please note: The webcam & equipment may have to be tested periodically or may experience unforeseen technical problems. Blank images indicate video loss due either to operator intervention, loss of power to the camera, or other communications faults.
Visitors to the city website are encouraged to stay informed by signing up for updates at Notify Me.
Facebook and Twitter
The City of North Bend invites you to sign up to receive City notices through your social media accounts. You can now sign up to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Visit the City's YouTube channel to discover what makes North Bend a small town that is creating the premiere outdoor adventure destination in the Puget Sound Region.
City press releases, newsletters, road closures, and other timely information are routinely posted on the News/Highlights page.
Streaming Videos To access streaming video of the most recent City Council Meeting, and for all other videos currently available please go to the Media Center.
NBTV Channel 21
The City of North Bend maintains the infrastructure and programming for local cable television access Channel 21, which runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Go to NBTV Channel 21 for more information.
Emergency Broadcasting Radio Station AM 1650
Tune your radio to AM 1650 during times of emergency for the most current local information in the Snoqualmie Valley. During non-emergency times the station is used to broadcast tourist information for the cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie.