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Heritage Trees
Issaquah’s Heritage Tree Program was developed in 2005 by the City’s Park Board to promote identification and recognition of trees that reflect the unique character of Issaquah.

Heritage Trees have one or more of the following characteristics: s
ize or age not normal for species, historic significance or ecological value.

For more information about Heritage Trees, view the Heritage Tree brochure. To nominate a tree, email our Parks & Recreation Department.

Our Heritage Trees

2005
  • Ginkgo at 100 Front St. S., Issaquah Shopping Plaza
  • Dawson crabapple at 414 Front St. N.., Friends of Youth (deceased and removed)
  • Sawara cypress at 303 Front St. N., Village Theatre

2006
  • Ruth Kees Big Tree (Douglas fir) at Tradition Lake Plateau Natural Resource Conservation Area
  • Kwanzan Japanese Flowering Cherry at Veterans Memorial Park
  • Sitka spruce along the Sycamore-Foothills Connector Trail

2007
  • Pickering Farm Historic Tree Grove, 1730 10th Ave. N.W. (includes a pear, four weeping willows, two cherries, one bigleaf maple and one black cottonwood)

2008
  • Crinson King Norway maple at 200 N.W. Cherry Place
  • Oregon white oak at the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, across from Gibson Park at 105 Newport Way S.W.
  • Empress tree at Cornick Park, 335 Front St. S.

2009
  • Gilman Village Historic Tree Grove, 317 Gilman Blvd. N.W. (includes a Coast redwood, a Blue Atlas cedar and a Bigleaf magnolia)

2010
  • Giant sequoia at Tibbetts Valley Park, 965 12th Ave. N.W.

2011
  • Three Burr oaks, 495 Sycamore Lane