When many visitors think of Issaquah, the Olde Town neighborhood is likely the first image that comes to mind. The Olde Town neighborhood is a neighborhood that pre-dates the suburban, car-oriented form of other parts of the City – thus adding to it’s tight-knit feel, small-town charm and authenticity.
Businesses are viable and provide daily services to those who live and work here. Olde Town is also a vibrant attractive, regional destination comprised of small-scale businesses—most are housed in buildings that are made of traditional architecture and comprise the historic downtown of our City.
Olde Town is easily, safely and comfortably traveled by car, bus, bicycle or foot. It boasts places to connect with the environment, cultural and civic interests, historic roots and a place where the views of the surrounding mountains are prominent. Some of the highlights in Olde Town are Gas Station Blues, the 4th of July parade, and Salmon Days in October.
The plan addresses opportunities for Olde Town in Community, Connectivity & Mobility, Environment, Economic Vitality and Housing. Each area contains goals and policies.
King County Metro routes 208, 271 and ST554 will be on reroute during Salmon Days (Oct. 7 and 8) from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Read on...
Prepare for street closures as Salmon Days returns October 7-8, 2023. Read on...
Starting Sept. 8, 2nd Ave SE will have one-way, west-bound only travel, from south of 2nd Ave NW to 3rd Ave NW. A detour for those travelling eastbound will utilize 3rd Ave NW, NW Holly St, and Rainier Blvd N. Read on...