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IMPORTANT - Parking/Traffic at MSHS will be impacted by City of Snoqualmie road work beginning May 13th.

Over the next few months,  the City of Snoqualmie will begin an infrastructure improvement project to be completed prior to our new high school opening next fall.   This project will impact streets surrounding the current high school, and create parking challenges for both students and staff. 
Beginning May 13th,  Schusman Avenue will be reduced to one lane, and there will be NO PARKING along the street.   The staff and visitor parking lot off of Schusman will remain open, but accessibility may be delayed from time to time due to temporary roadway closure during the project.  Signage will be on the roadways during this project.  See the yellow locator on Schusman Avenue below.

To help avoid congestion in the area, please consider the following:
  • Students, staff and visitors to the school should allow extra time for access to the staff/visitor parking lot as well as street parking.   Street parking may be available on Meadowbrook, but is limited.


  • Use district provided transportation to and from school.


  • Students may park in the gravel lot. We will not be requiring parking passes in the gravel lot for the remainder of this school year.


  • Students should be dropped off/picked up in the student drop-off area on Meadowbrook.


  • Please be respectful of our neighbors living near the school when parking on the street.  Don't risk getting towed by parking illegally!  Also, parking in the lot at Our Lady of Sorrows Church is NOT permitted.

The project will continue through the downtown Snoqualmie neighborhood throughout the summer and into next fall, and we will continue to keep you updated with new information.

Click here for the press release from the City of Snoqualmie regarding the project.
Thank you all for your patience!