The Fall City Community Association promotes building of community, proactively communicates on local issues, and takes action on selected issues that affect the Fall City community.
Fall City, Washington is located 26 miles east of Seattle in the Snoqualmie Valley. It is home to roughly 5000 residents and many businesses. Fall City is unincorporated so it has no government. Despite that, things do get done in Fall City.
Thanks to the Fall City Community Association and the hard work of dedicated residents, Fall City is always nicely decorated at Christmas time, has an annual Fall City Days festival, and has an official town clean up day. In 2003, the Totem Pole Garden was completed in the middle of town and is a beautiful addition to the community.
There are many great things about Fall City. It is located on the Snoqualmie River which runs parallel to the main street (Highway 202 aka Redmond-Fall City Road) through town. It is close to spectacular scenery, such as the Snoqualmie Falls and Mount Si and it hosts frequent performances and activities thanks to Fall City Arts.
Whether you live in Fall City or you are just visiting, we hope you find the information you need to keep you informed of all the wonderful things about Fall City.
The Fall City Community Association was formed in 1998. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for members to contribute to the community of Fall City.
We are currently accepting applications for membership in the Fall City Community Association. There are two types of paid memberships:
Regular Membership: Regular Membership shall be limited to persons who live or work or own a business or own real property in Fall City as defined by the zip code “98024”. Regular Membership dues are $30.00 per person per year.
Supporting Membership: Supporting Membership, which is available to any individual, has all of the regular membership benefits with the exception of holding an office, the right to vote, or chair a committee. Supporting Membership dues are $20.00 per person per year.
Download and print the membership application form here and mail it to the association (using the address at the bottom of this page).