Plans, Studies and Reports
- Snoqualmie habitat and watershed conditions
- WRIA 7 Salmon Recovery Plan and related documents
- Snoqualmie policy and strategy documents
"Hot Water and Low Flow: The Summer of 2015 in the Snoqualmie River Watershed"
This report summarizes water temperatures measured during the summer of 2015 in the Snoqualmie River watershed. Temperatures were considerably higher than normal and flows were at a record low across the watershed. This work emphasizes the value of addressing water temperature issues at a site- and basin-scale to build watershed resiliency for salmon.
South Fork Skykomish River Basin Restoration Feasibility Project – Restoration Opportunity Report: April 2013
This report identifies habitat restoration opportunities in the South Fork Skykomish River basin and its tributaries, located in eastern King and Snohomish Counties, Washington. The report builds on a three phase assessment including gathering existing natural resource information, conducting targeted assessments, and prioritizing restoration opportunities.
Snoqualmie Watershed Water Quality Synthesis Report - January 2009
This report synthesizes information about water quality in the Snoqualmie River Watershed, located in eastern King County, Washington. The report brings together available water quality information in each of the key tributaries and mainstem areas to help identify priorities for on-the-ground actions.
Snoqualmie Watershed Aquatic Habitat Conditions Report: Summary of 1999 - 2001 Conditions
This report summarizes and interprets data collected in the field from 1999-2001 about habitat conditions for multiple species of salmonids and other aquatic biota in aquatic ecosystems of the Snoqualmie Watershed, including the mainstem Snoqualmie River and several of its tributaries.
Historic Habitat Conditions in the Snoqualmie River Valley [Collins and Sheikh, 2002] Archival materials, including maps and field notes from the General Land Office from 1871-1873 and aerial photographs from 1936, were entered into a geographic information system. In combination with a digital elevation model, these materials were used to map the channel, wetland, forest, and oxbow ponds in the Snoqualmie River valley prior to Euro-American settlement, or about 1870. To evaluate subsequent change, conditions were also mapped from 1936 and 2000 aerial photos.
Snohomish River Basin Salmon Conservation Plan - June 2005.
This plan guides actions to protect and restore salmon runs in the Snohomish River Basin and responds to recent listings of Puget Sound Chinook salmon and bull trout as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act.
Snohomish River Basin Ecological Analysis for Salmonid Conservation (EASC) was developed by the Snohomish River Basin Salmonid Recovery Technical Committee as the technical foundation for the Snohomish Basin Salmon Recovery Forum’s Salmon Conservation Plan.
Snoqualmie 2015: Building for Salmon Recovery and Watershed Health - February 2006
This report covers a 10-year vision for safeguarding the Snoqualmie watershed's remaining natural resources and restoring habitat for salmon listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Salmon Conservation in the Snoqualmie Watershed: Snoqualmie Watershed Forum Strategy and Workplan 2001 [Adobe 905 KB]
This document provides background on federal and state drivers for salmon conservation planning, as well as local progress to date on technical assessments, watershed planning, and early action projects.
Best Available Science Issue Paper: Snoqualmie Watershed Near Term Action Agenda Implementation Project - March 2004 [Adobe, 3.5 MB] An overview of the "best available science" (BAS) for managing critical areas and protecting salmonid habitat in the Snoqualmie River watershed. Prepared by Adolfson Associates.
Model Code for Critical Areas - July 2004 [Adobe 583 KB]
This model code for critical areas is designed to be used, and adapted as needed, by the four Snoqualmie Watershed cities (Duvall, Carnation, Snoqualmie and North Bend) to comply with Growth Management Act requirements.