This walking map was created by the City of Duvall in collaboration with Savor Snoqualmie Valley, an initiative of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, and thanks to grant funds from Port of Seattle.


Physical activity is one of the best ways to prevent disease, and walking is one of the easiest ways to get started and stay healthy.


Walking also helps strengthen community connections and reduces traffic congestion and pollution. It is our hope that this map of city parks, walking routes, and points of interest will inspire you to get out, get moving, and explore all that Duvall has to offer!


Savor Snoqualmie, a program run by the Mountains to Sound Greenway, maintains a calendar of events valley wide.  Check it out!

Savor Snoqualmie Events Calendar



Updated: Aug 6, 2021

Set in Duvall’s scenic riverside McCormick Park, the SummerStage outdoor summer concert series offers free evenings of family entertainment with an eclectic array of outstanding performances. Dance through the long summer evenings by the river, or just sit and relax and let the music and natural setting wash over you.

Checkout our SummerStage page for more details.

Time: 7pm - 8:30pm.

Location: McCormick Park, Duvall

Dates & Artists below:

  • August 4 – The West Coast Feed: A cross between Bruno Mars and Bruce Springsteen.

  • August 11 – Shaggy Sweet: rock/pop originals and covers.

  • August 18 – Santa Poco: A traditional two-step country band that rocks out a little.

  • August 25 – Heart By Heart featuring original Heart members Steve Fossen and Michael Derosier, playing the legendary music of Heart.


In 2009 the City of Duvall solicited a call for artists to create an art mural on the concrete wall located at the intersection of Main Street and the Woodinville-Duvall road. After receiving numerous outstanding submittals; a bold and vibrantly painted mural by a local artist was selected for the work. The mural was completed in the summer of 2009 and became a focal point and well-loved feature for many highway travelers and the community.

Due to aging of the mural since its completion, it is time for the City to advertise a new call for artists.

Application Due July 22, 2021 by 2pm


The Duvall Cultural Commission is pleased to announce a Call for Artists for designs to replace existing hand-crafted wood carvings on four (4) streetlight poles on Main Street located at the gateways to our historic “Old Town”.

This request for proposals is seeking artists who will design and carve cedar wood planks which will be attached to the streetlight poles by the City. Proposed designs should tell a story and reflect the history, culture and environment of Duvall and the Snoqualmie Valley, including elements such as the Snoqualmie River, Native American culture, farming, logging, steamboats & other culturally significant themes.

Applications due July 29th, 2021 by 2pm