Snoqualmie Valley Watershed Improvement District

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The purpose of the Watershed Improvement District is to give district members a voice, lend a hand, and find solutions. Farmers and rural landowners have long recognized that there is always too much or too little water for productive farming. Drainage requirements are very strict and confusing. Water rights are limited, and water right law is complex. We’re here to help. (From website)


  • Formed December 7, 2015 under RCW Chapter 87.03 by a vote of 94% of the landowners in the district.
  • Includes around 14,000 acres, 600 parcels and 300 landowners inside the King County Agricultural Production District between Snoqualmie Falls and the County Line.
  • Emerged from the Snoqualmie Farm, Fish and Flood initiative.