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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, 10-1 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!

Flood Clean-up Vouchers

Saturday, Nov. 21 – Snohomish County Solid Waste is setting up a program for the flood clean up that is expected to be in place next week. They are encouraging citizens to hold off taking their damaged items to the dump until the program is in place because once it’s in place, they will be handing out vouchers to take to the dump. There will be no charge with their voucher to get rid of their flood damaged items. Snohomish County cannot guarantee reimbursement if they take their items to the dump before they receive a voucher.

When it is in place, they will contact me and I in turn will let you know also. If you have any questions, please let me know.

 Julie Addington Deputy Treasurer, City of Sultan
360-793-1010 – Direct Line | 360-793-2231 – City Hall | 360-793-3344 – Fax


WSDOT to open US 2 to one lane of traffic between Skykomish and Stevens Pass, Sunday

Friday, Nov, 20, 2015 – There’s good news for holiday travelers headed across Stevens Pass on US 2; the Washington State Department of Transportation has revised its schedule for emergency bridge repair work and will open one lane to traffic on Sunday, Nov. 22. WSDOT plans to reopen the critical corridor to two-way traffic by Tuesday, Nov. 24.

Read the full story


H3 Horses Healing Heroes First Annual Christmas Event

Share your Christmas cheer and appreciation for our sailors at Naval Station Everett this hokiday season. We want to thank them for their service to our country and add to their holidays by giving back to them. Show your appreciation by donating to the sailors and their families, boys and girls ranging in age from infants to teens. You can donate cash, baby items, toys, or whatever moves your heart… we will gladly accept all cash donations which will be used to purchase items for the sailors and their families.

Drop boxes are located at Grow Washington stores

  • 923 Highway 2, Sultan WA, 11-5:30 Thursday-Sunday
  • 1204 1st St., Snohomish, WA 11-5:30 Tuesday-Saturday
  • 3013 Colby Ave., Everett, WA, 11-5:30 Wednesday-Saturday

Thank you for your consideration and have a merry Christmas!

H3 Horses Healing Heroes, 27118 Fern Bluff Road, Monroe. For information cal Arleen at 526-346-7322.


Charity Minor League Football Game Benefiting: Toys For Tots

Saturday Dec. 5, 2015, 1 pm, Monroe High School, 17001 Tester Road Monroe 98272
Suggested Donation :  1 new and unwrapped toy per person or a cash donation.


Skykomish Holiday Market

Saturday, November 21, 11 am to 3 pm at Maloney’s General Store

A great place to find that special gift! Handcrafted items by local artisans, including quilted wall hangings, jewelry, hand trued wooden bowls, pens, kitchen tools, rocking chairs and NW hardwood furnishings, appliqued pillows, table runners, potholders, aprons, covers for iPads, block printed cards, candles, knits, photography, paintings, local honey, and live music! 




 Sky Valley Arts Council to Restore Startup Gym

Coastal Community Bank Manager Nancy Breuer, Sultan School Superintendent Dan Chaplik, Sky Valley Arts Council President Mary Ritzman

Coastal Community Bank Manager Nancy Breuer, Sultan School Superintendent Dan Chaplik, Sky Valley Arts Council President Mary Ritzman

The Sky Valley Arts Council is pleased to announce their intention to restore the historic Startup Gym and put it back into community service as an event center. The Startup Gym has a colorful, story filled history beginning with its construction in 1937. George Startup, owner of a local saw mill, donated all of the wood used in the construction and community volunteers built this very sturdy building. According to locals the only thing that was hired out during the construction was a company to set the roof beams. Arts Council President Mary Ritzman said “The Sky Valley Arts Council plans to continue this proud Sky Valley tradition by using local volunteer talent to restore the building to its former glory. We are currently raising money to buy the materials we will need to restore the building.”  

The Sultan School District owns the property but due to budget constraints and the fact that the property doesn’t work programmatically for them the building has been neglected for many years. The Arts Council and the School District worked together to come up with a plan to save this important historic asset for future generations to enjoy.

According to project manager, Debbie Copple, the number one priority is a new roof and gutter system. Followed closely by repairing/replacing siding, painting, plumbing, repairing the rain damage in the kitchen area, renovating the kitchen, kitchen flooring, etc.

The Arts Council website has more information, including how to donate money or supplies. You may also stop by the Sky Valley Visitor Center in Sultan or mail to Sky Valley Arts Council, PO Box 18, Sultan, WA 98294   All donations are tax deductible! or call Debbie Copple for more information or to volunteer at 425-238-2651.






Index-Galena Road Update

We’ve been advised if we want to see the Index-Galena Road repaired and reopened that we need to tell the government that. We’ve been quietly waiting for the promised 2015 date to arrive. Apparently since we haven’t been really vocal they think we don’t care. This is the access to the Wild Sky and is very important to getting people into the USFS.

The closure has also blocked off access to several camping/hiking areas that are very big draws for people visiting the Sky Valley. Please take a look at the attached letter and write a note of your own. (The addresses are on the letter.) Our letter was on letterhead.

Please send in your letter today! We need this to be reopened.

Debbie Copple

Werner Paddles logo

Sky Valley Chamber Member of the Year 2015: Werner Paddles


Check out the latest Sky Valley Arts Council Road Trip
by photographer Kristin Kosiewicz


Did you know that kindness has side effects? Research has shown that kindness makes us happier, gives us healthier hearts, slows aging, makes for better relationships, and that kindness is contagious. Read “5 Beneficial Side Effects of Kindness,” by David Hamilton with the Huffington Post for the full story. We have provided you with a Random Acts of Kindness Toolkit to help spread kindness here at Snohomish County as well as our home and community.

Touring Washington by Electric Car

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

Sky Valley Chamber of CommerceAnnual Membership Report

October 31, 2014

Dear Member,

The Sky Valley Chamber had a great year and 2015 is looking even better for our area.   We have a lot to be grateful for! The economy is picking up according to our 171 members. We didn’t suffer any floods, landslides, wildfires or bridge collapses like some of our neighbors. The weather was the most beautiful I’ve ever experienced in the 28 years I’ve lived here. And the numbers of walk in visitors at the Center proved it! We outpaced much bigger visitor centers including Edmonds!

We sold $13,838.30 in Hunting, Fishing and Parking Passes to recreational guests so far this year. That represents over 400 customers. All of these customers had access to member and special event information.

The Event Guide Magazine was a big success! It was placed at businesses and VIC’s all around the Puget Sound and the Cascade Loop.

Tourism, especially outdoor recreation and special events are really showing signs of growth. The partnerships all around Snohomish County and the Cascade Loop have gotten stronger which really helps promote our assets.

Just a few of the assets we’re working to promote and/or build out:

  • Wallace Falls is one of the top most popular State Parks in Washington.
  • The Index Wall—People come from all over the world to climb here.
  • Heybrook Ridge County Park—Major improvements are coming with the new trailhead.
  • Osprey & Reece Park—Trail system maps
  • New Equestrian Trailhead near Reiter in Gold Bar
  • Steelhead County Park—a new campground that’s scheduled to be built in Sultan.
  • New trails at the Reiter Foothills Off Road Area.
  • Sultan Sportsmen’s Shooting Sports Park.

Read the full report…