Town of Skykomish A Great Northern Town

The Skykomish Community

Town Hall
119 North Fourth Street, Skykomish, WA 98288. Phone: 360-677-2388

9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

Mayor — Tony Grider

Deputy Clerk — Desirae Bearden

Clerk/Treasurer — Deborah Allegri

Utility Superintendent — Steve Larner

Emergency Utility 

Skykomish Ballpark — Reservations  360-677-2388 or

Recycling Info — King County Solid Waste cards sold at Town Hall

Skykomish Town Center Info

Skykomish Town Center features the historic Skykomish Great Northern Depot, recently relocated and remodeled to serve as the Visitors Center and museum. It is home to the GNCR (Great Northern & Cascade Railway), a miniature 7½" gauge live-steam ride-able railroad. 

Public parking is available for the Visitor Center, Pacific Crest Trail hikers shuttle, park and ride access to Stevens Pass Mountain Resort Ski Area, fishing and boating access to the Skykomish River, and the local access to the Maloney Creek Trail.

Skykomish School District #404

105 6th Street North, P.O. Box 325, Skykomish, WA 98288.
Phone: 360-677-2623 (Office) 360-577-2418 (Fax)

Fire District 50, King County — Emergency dial 911

107 W. Old Cascade Highway, Skykomish, WA 98288. Phone: 360-677-2686 

U.S. Postal Service

108 Thelma Street, Skykomish, WA 98288. Phone: 360-677-2241

King County Library, Skykomish Branch

100 5th Street, Skykomish, 98288. Phone: 360-677-2660
Hours:  Monday & Thursday  1 p.m.    –  7 p.m.
Friday  1 p.m.    –  5 p.m.
Saturday   10 a.m.  –  2 p.m.


Skykomish Food Harvest

Carry out Random Acts of Kindness

Our food Bank has grown by leaps and bounds. Our numbers tripled in 2014, and the community has been excited to come and glean from amazing produce that has been given to us by Hopelink. Hopelink began supporting our food bank early in the Spring of 2013. Good Neighbors Association has been with us since the very beginning in Spring of 2011. 

Thank you to all volunteers who help make this opportunity available to our community. We truly are blessed with giving people who share the same goals. We have been blessed with those who have donated funds to help support our community food source. Our drivers who are willing to take time out of their day to gather food on the East Side and make the drive home to deliver to our community. King County Metro program who supports our efforts to make each of these trips possible.

We want to also give special thanks to the Skykomish Fire Department #50. They have welcomed us and have reached out to allow us to use their 501-C3 nonprofit number.
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