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Learn more about the city’s local economic development partners.
The SnoValley Chamber of Commerce promotes the Snoqualmie Valley as a tourist destination, unites members in creating a vibrant local business community, and connects the business community with elected officials.
The North Bend Downtown Foundation is dedicated to investing in the success of Downtown North Bend by creating a vibrant and thriving community.
One Eastside SPARK coordinates regional partners to maximize resources for small businesses and provide responsive programming to address key areas of need.
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (Seattle Metro Chamber) is the designated associate development organization (ADO) for King County. The Seattle Metro Chamber partners with the Washington State Department of Commerce to further the county’s economic development goals and help local businesses thrive within the regional economy.
SnoValley Jobs Board allows businesses to post job openings and offers job-seekers an opportunity to research and apply for job openings in the Valley.
SCORE Greater Seattle provides one-on-one business counseling for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Saving Water Partnership Looking for an opportunity to save your business money and resources? As a member of the Saving Water Partnership, North Bend businesses have access to special rebates, free water use assessments, and more.
Learn more about North Bend's demographics, permitted uses, business licenses, and ongoing projects.
COMING SOON: North Bend Economic Development Action Plan
Economic Profile (2018)
Downtown Master Plan (2008)
Maps Find zoning, annexation history, parcel address, and critical area maps.
Table of Permitted Uses in Municipal Code (18.10.030)
Here are direct links to some of the most relevant webpages offered by the State Department of Commerce
The Washington State Department of Commerce provides state-level resources for small businesses by offering training to workers, access to funding, and support to local economic development partners across Washington.
Small Business Services
Small Business Funding
The Washington Small Business Development Center is hosted by Washington State University and is a network of over 30 expert business advisors offering courses, trainings, and advising in communities across the state to help entrepreneurs and small business owners start or grow a business.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a federal agency fully dedicated to small business development and provides guidance, counseling, capital, and contracting expertise.