Not all postal addresses of "Issaquah, WA" are actually within the City of Issaquah’s jurisdiction. Specifically, the neighborhoods of Klahanie and Mirrormont are not. You may verify your property is within the City of Issaquah in a couple ways:
Check the City of Issaquah Limits Map
The dotted lines on the map to the right indicate the city limits.
IMC 18.404 contains the Form and Intensity code, which has pertinent information on setbacks and impervious surface based on your zoning in the greater Issaquah area. Please contact the Permit Center for properties in an Urban Village.
In newer platted areas you may find buried corner markers; look for a piece of re-bar in the ground. The Permit Center or King County may have plat maps to assist you in finding your property lines and/or dimensions. Please be aware that ultimately it is up to the property owner to verify property line locations which may require a professional survey.
Information on water pressure and fire flows within the City’s water utility service area can be obtained by contacting Public Works Engineering at 425-837-3400.
For areas outside of the City’s water utility service area, contact the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District or the City of Bellevue (see the water service area map for areas served by those agencies).
Snow and Wind Load / Speeds
For construction purposed, information on Snow Loads can be found by referencing the Ground Snow Load Map.
For Wind Speeds please visit atcouncil.org/windspeed or contact the Community Planning and Development Department directly by phone at (425) 837-3100.
Recent building permit activity may be found by searching MyBuildingPermit.com. Please contact the Permit Center for land use application status or for archived files.
Permitted Land Uses
The Permitted Land Uses Table may be found in 18.402.020 (Not applicable to Urban Villages).
Property Sales & Tax History
Property sales and tax history is maintained by King County. To find your property’s history: