The residential communities of Snoqualmie Ridge are along both sides of Snoqualmie Parkway, providing close proximity to Interstate 90 for commuters. Metro Transit also has a Park & Ride lot at Snoqualmie Community Park along with bus service. It’s about a half-hour drive to Seattle to the west and to Snoqualmie Pass to the east, a major draw for buyers who are winter-sports enthusiasts.

All residents are dues-paying members of Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Home Owners Association (ROA) that approves design plans, sets standards for upkeep, fence height and other “good neighbor” rules and coordinates community and neighborhood events.

As a planned community, neighborhoods reflect design guidelines that encourage social interaction, “arranged for people rather than cars” according to the master plan, with sidewalks and trails that encourage nonmotorized transportation. Homes are all of traditional design; as part of a planned community, designs must be approved and the bylaws stipulate “historic Craftsman, cottage, bungalow, colonial and farmhouse styles, with differing roof forms, window design, surface materials … utilized to achieve variety” within developments.

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