Executive

Staff

The Executive Department includes the mayor, city administrator, deputy city administrator and several specialized staff.

Responsibilities

Issaquah operates under the mayor-council form of government. In this form, the elected mayor serves as the city's chief administrative officer. Under the direction of the mayor, the administrators:

  • Carry out policies established by the City Council
  • Provide leadership to all city departments
  • Lead implementation of citywide Strategic Plan
  • Lead interdepartmental planning efforts
  • Work collaboratively with regional partners

This office also includes several specialized positions that oversee public communications, arts and special projects.

  1. City Hall: New Billing and Permit Fee Box

    ?A new billing and permit payment box has been installed at City Hall (130 E Sunset Way) to provide another flexible and secure way to make payment and to mitigate disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  2. Election 2021: City Hall Ballot Drop Box is Open

    Voters: You've ballots are being mailed, and soon you'll make decision on important issues. Read on...
  3. City Offices to Close to Public through October 29

    As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to spread in King County, Issaquah City Hall will close to in-person services through Oct. 29. Read on...