USVEMG
P.O. Box 700
North Bend, WA 98045
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REPORT POACHING
AND GAME VIOLATIONS
1-877-933-9847
 
What We Do
The mission of the Upper Snoqualmie Valley
Elk Management Group is to work collaboratively to minimize property damage and public safety risks associated with elk and to manage elk for a variety of recreational, educational and aesthetic purposes including hunting, scientific study, cultural and ceremonial uses by Native Americans, wildlife viewing and photography.
 
Who We Are
Our collaborating agencies and interest groups are: Department of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Transportation, U.S. Forest Service, King County Water and Land Resources, King County Sheriff's Office, King County Parks, City of North Bend, City of Snoqualmie, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Tulalip Indian Tribe, Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, Hancock Forest Management, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Mountains to Sound Greenway, Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association, hunters, property owners, local businesses, and concerned citizens. 
 
 
How to Report
Elk-Related Damage

If you have elk-related damage to report, contact the Department of Fish and Wildlife district office in Mill Creek by phone at 425-775-1311 or by email at
teammillcreek@dfw.wa.gov.
 
Brochure: 
Elk and Private Property Damage, published August 2009.
PHOTO CREDITS
Elk reaching higher branches  David Willson.