Payment: Pre-registration is required for all District programs that are not considered a drop-in activity. Unless otherwise noted, full payment is due at the time of registration, or when checking in for a drop-in activity. Payment plans for programs and activities can be provided upon reque
Deposits: Specific programs such as full day Si View summer camps and the Si View Before & After School Care program allow the payment of a deposit at the time of registration in lieu of full season payment to hold a space for the duration of the season. Deposits are non-transferrable and non-refundable unless the program is cancelled due to low enrollment.
Damage Deposit: is required for facility rentals based on the size of the rental group. Damage deposits are fully refundable in the original format of payment after your event has completed, as long as all rental contract terms were met.
Withdrawals/Transfers: Withdrawals requested 5 or more business days prior to the first class are subject to a $10 administrative fee. Withdrawals requested less than 5 business days prior to the first class receive a 50% refund. No refunds are issued after the first day of class. Transfers must be requested at least 5 days before the first day of class and will be granted on a space available basis. Full refunds are issued for classes cancelled due to low enrollment. If a program is cancelled mid-session, a prorated refund will be issued.
Priority Registration: Si View aquatic programs allow priority registration to District residents during three annual open enrollment periods before registration opens to the public. The Si View Swim Lesson program priority enrollment sessions allow advance registration to families currently enrolled in those programs before registration opens to the public. Si View school year care program allows priority registration for currently enrolled families before registration opens to the public.
Waiting Lists: When a student is interested in registering for a class that has been filled, they can be placed on a waiting list. This does not guarantee a spot for the student, but individuals will be contacted if a spot becomes available.
Drop-in programs are activities such as open gym or lap swim that do not have group size minimums or require an appointment. These activities use District facilities but are primarily self-directed, meaning that no instructional services are included. Participants pay a set fee at the time of check-in, with cash, check or credit/debit card. Depending on the type of program, drop-in activities have set fees for youth under 18, adults 18-54 and seniors 55 and older. Drop-in programs are exempt from the District's resident/non-resident fee structure. Current fees are published in the seasonal activity guide and on the facility schedule pages. Drop-in fees are due at the time of check-in, and not refundable.
The District welcomes all Snoqualmie Valley area residents to participate in our programs. Residents living within the boundaries of the Park District directly support the operations of the District programs and services through property taxes. The resident/non-resident fee structure provides equitable contribution towards District operations by all patrons.
Program fees are based on the residency status of patrons. Fees listed as R apply to those who reside within the boundaries of the Park District. Rates listed as NR apply to those residing outside Park District boundaries.
Si View Metropolitan Park District covers the city limits of North Bend as well as unincorporated areas of North Bend and Snoqualmie. Click here for District boundary map. Patrons residency status is automatically verified in our online registration system for all participants with a valid street address on file. Manual verification is needed only for those patrons with a PO Box addresses. To verify your residency status, please contact us at (425) 831-1900 or send us an email. Acceptable verification documents include a utility bill, voter registration or driver's license/ID card with your current address.
There are limited number of programs that are exempt from the two-tiered pricing structure. Those include drop-in fees for programs that do not require pre-registration. Examples are open gym, public swim, and fitness class drop-ins. Facility rentals of Meadowbrook Farm are also exempt from this policy as those facilities are not owned by Si View Metropolitan Park District.
Everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy a recreational experience, even if money is a concern. Scholarships are available for youth and people with disabilities. Please be prepared to provide proof of residency in Snoqualmie Valley School District and income verification. Scholarship discounts are based on District resident prices. Contact us for more information and an application form. The forms are also available below.
Give the gift of recreation! Purchase one online or from our office, for any amount $20 or more. Gift cards can be redeemed for all our programs but are not redeemable for cash.