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Happy Friday, North Bend! Welcome to the newest edition of your Weekly Recap. Remember to click linked headlines for articles and posts.
On Saturday, Trick-or-Treat Street returns to Downtown North Bend: North Bend’s popular Trick-or-Treat Street returns for spirited family fun on Saturday, October 29, from 3 to 5 p.m. The concept is simple: dress up in your most spirited garb, wander along downtown sidewalks, spot the signs for participating businesses, and collect treats on your outdoor stroll.
Please note: Trick-or-Treat Street does not replace neighborhood trick-or-treating events. Many households will continue with this fun tradition on Monday, October 31st.
On Saturday, begin your fall festivities this weekend with safety: The Snoqualmie Police Department will be at North Bend City Hall on October 29, from 10 to 2 p.m. with an opportunity to rid your home of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Simply stop by and drop pills off to the police for disposal - a free and anonymous service.
November 1st City Council Meeting: The community is invited to join City staff and elected officials for the in-person/hybrid October 4th City Council meeting at 7 p.m., located at North Bend City Hall: 920 SE Cedar Falls Way. Click the headline for the agenda packet, which includes instructions to access the virtual Zoom meeting, for those who prefer to join virtually.
Two Public Hearings are scheduled for November 1, at 7 p.m.:
Both public hearings will be held during a regular City Council meeting, located at the North Bend City Hall. In addition to in-person, the meeting and hearing will be available online via Zoom. Comments may be presented orally at the public hearing or submitted in writing to the City Clerk at 920 SE Cedar Falls Way, North Bend, WA, 98045, or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org up until 4:30 p.m., Monday, October 31. Further information is available by contacting Finance Director Richard Gould at email@example.com.
Calling Snoqualmie Valley Youth – King County Youth Bill of Rights Project: The King County Youth Bill of Rights Task Force (KCYBOR) and Empower Youth Network are working together to engage 3,000 young people in Snoqualmie Valley in a youth-inspired, youth-led, youth-partnered project. Learn more about the KCYBOR HERE.
Help keep your neighborhood’s storm drains and culverts clear: City crews work hard to keep storm drains and culverts clear of leaves and other debris, but with thousands of these in North Bend, we could use your help. Fallen leaves pile up on storm drains on our streets, blocking rainwater from draining, which can lead to neighborhood flooding. Flooding can cause safety concerns and property damage.
Here are some tools to help you get your vote in by November 8:
You are invited to an Arbor Day celebration: On Saturday, November 12, from 10 - 1 p.m., Mayor Rob, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, City staff and community will be meeting up in celebration of Abor Day and planting native trees and shrubs to help restore a healthy forested canopy along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River, across from the Snoqualmie Valley Trail at SE Tanner Road. Spots will be limited so please register in advance, HERE.
Keep up with the City on social media: One of the easiest ways to keep up with City happenings and breaking news is to follow us on social media. We are active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Stop by and become a City of North Bend follower today. You can also find the City on NextDoor HERE.
Picture of the Week: This week, local resident Don Detrick shared a photo of fall in North Bend, with a sunrise peeking through autumn leaves.