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Come join us
at our Visitor's Center
located at:
320 Main Street
Sultan, WA 98294


Mailing Address:
PO Box 46 
Sultan, WA 98294
10-4 Mon-Fri, 9-12 Sat
Phone: 360-793-0983
Fax: 360-793-3241

Chamber Membership:

The Sky Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center is not a tax supported organization. We spend everything we generate on keeping the Visitor Center open and to support our business community. Our amazing group of volunteers make this possible! Please help us work to build a stronger business community and to become a liaison representing the Sky ValleyThanks to everyone who has renewed! We appreciate your support! We would like to take this opportunity to invite everyone else to join the Sky Valley Chamber and Visitor Center. We pledge to promote your business and the entire Sky Valley to the best of our abilities!

We are happy to welcome Chief Sultan home again!

For over a year, he has been under construction as restoration work was done. The City would like to extend a huge shoutout to the community members who helped make it possible. Jody Kerr graciously offered his shop for storage while artist Kevin Pettelle and engineer Richard Morrisson worked on his restoration. 

His new location will be more visible from the highway but more importantly he’s out of the floodwater. Community members Mars Miller-Young and Craig Young are helping on interpretive signage to share more of his history with the public. We will also be creating a river rock base that will be a beautiful anchoring connection between the Chief and the river.

We are especially grateful to the Snohomish County Historic Preservation Fund and Councilmember Sam Low for their financial support of this project. 

For our folks in King County:  We would like to hear from you!

King County Local Services is compiling community-identified needs for services, programs, facilities and capital improvements in unincorporated King County. To help, we ask that you check out the survey to see the input received so far, and just as importantly, add your own input.

The survey will be open into March, after which King County agencies will review the requests to consider implementation feasibility. Ultimately a prioritized “Community Needs List” will be developed with the community and this will inform development of the next budget.

For more information or a presentation, reach out to Jacqueline Reid at or call her on 206-263-2052.

And please feel free to share this survey link so we hear from as many community members as possible: .

Also, expect to hear soon about subarea planning that will be getting underway this year in the Snoqualmie Valley and Northeast King County Community Service Area.

Support Sky Valley and Snohomish County Restaurants!

Take Out Tuesday is a catchy phrase but really it’s a state of mind! Support local restaurants and know that Take Out Tuesday is any day you enjoy food from a local restaurant.The Sky Valley Chamber is partnering up with Economic Alliance Snohomish County and other area Chambers to support our local restaurants during this time.

Take a picture to post of what you ordered and tag the Economic Alliance Snohomish County & the Sky Valley Chamber. @EconAllianceSC   #SupportSnoCoRestaurants   Don’t forget to tag the restaurant! We need to show them some love too!

The Take-Out Tuesday promo will continue for as long as this goes on. Please share and post your pictures!

Supporting Local Restaurants: Call in your orders for pick up!

  • Bubba’s Roadhouse Bar & Grill 924 Hwy 2, Sultan 360-793-3950
  • China 1 305 Main Street, Sultan 360-793-8677
  • Ixtapa 507 Hwy 2, Sultan 360-793-9883
  • JD Slicks 923 Hwy 2, Sultan 360-217-8174
  • Mt. View Diner 1306 Croft Ave. (Hwy 2) Gold Bar 360-793-3345
  • Rico’s Pizza 40709 Hwy 2, Gold Bar  360-793-3333
  • Sahara Pizza 613 Hwy 2, Sultan 360-863-3637
  • Startup Market Teriyaki & Wok 36302 Startup 360-799-0595
  • The Whistling Post Tavern 116 Railroad Ave. Skykomish 360-677-2111

The following restaurants aren’t open on Tuesday but since Take Out Tuesday is really a state of mind, we really encourage you to give them a call on another day!

  • Cascadia Inn 210 E Railroad Ave, Skykomish 360-677-2569
  • Smokey’s BBQ Skykomish 360-677-2444
  • Stevens Pizza 148 5th St. N,  Skykomish 360-677-2211
  • Sultan Bakery 711 Hwy 2, Sultan 360-793-7996
  • Timber Monster Brewery & Dining 410 Main Street, Sultan 360-243-6159

Pasado’s Safe Haven is collecting Pet Food to assist the “human” food banks in Sultan and Skykomish. 
One of the main reasons that families have to make the painful decision to surrender their beloved furry family member, is lack of funds to care for them.  It is heart-breaking when a family has to decide whether to pay the utility bill or buy pet food.  This is often the case, especially in these tough times.  Pasado’s Pet Homelessness Prevention program provides services such as spay/neuter and basic pet needs to keep pets in their safe and loving homes.  Please feel free to come by the Visitor’s Center during operating hours to deposit cat and dog food in the donation bin. Or if you prefer, we have an Pet Food Bank Amazon wishlist.  Simple purchase the item from the Amazon wishlist and the product will come directly to Pasado’s sanctuary.  Your small gift could help keep a pet with their loving family.

Protect your Family and Business from Winter Storms Damage

Storm season is starting sooner and stronger, so there’s no better time to get prepared than now. Download a preparedness checklist.

If there is an outage:

  • Turn off lights and appliances.
  • Leave one light switch on so you’ll know when your power is restored.
  • Use flashlights instead of candles.
  • Keep your freezer and refrigerator doors closed; open them only when it is necessary.
  • Never use a gas range, indoor cooker, charcoal or gas barbeque for heating.
  • Close curtains and drapes to keep the heat in.
  • Wear warm clothes in layers.
  • If the indoor temperature drops to 55 degrees or below, open your faucets so there is a constant drip to prevent pipes from freezing.

PSE is ensuring their crews follow proper COVID-19 public health guidelines to make sure they are there for you when the power is out, and help keep our communities safe and healthy.  This includes requiring their employees to wear face coverings and maintain physical distancing while working in the field.

Stay safe and warm.

Enjoy Seattle then head out to
Explore Washington on the Cascade Loop

Begin your adventure on the Stevens Pass Scenic byway as you head up the majestic Cascade Mountains. Be sure to stop by the Visitor Center in Sultan for help planning your Washington adventure!

cascade-loop-videoHelp us Promote the New Cascade Loop Video!

The Cascade Loop promotion is getting a whole lot of traction online (we had nearly 10,000 views in less than the first week live!) but we want to be sure as many prospective travelers as possible are seeing it this winter, to help motivate their wintertime planning. Please consider linking to/embedding the video in your website and sharing it on your social media channels. Here is a link—thanks for helping! 

Annual Sponsors

The Sky Valley Chamber of Commerce gratefully recognizes the businesses and people who have made an annual commitment to help us continue our work. Thank you!

Sky Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center Board Officers

President Henry Sladek, The Cascadia Inn & Cafe
Vice President Brenda White, Snohomish County PUD
Secretary Davi Martin, Tupperware Lady & Gold Bar City Council
Treasurer Dr. Dominika Neary, Sky River Natural Health

Board Members

Allen Peterson, Milkwood Home and ApparelMark Vick, Vick’s Burger Shack
Bill Corson, Outdoor Adventures
Laura Koenig, City of Sultan
Nancy Breuer, Coastal Community Bank
Russell Wiita, Sultan City Council

Touring Washington by Electric Car

Check out the article and slideshow that recently ran in the Bend Bulletin, featuring the Cascade Loop!