Earth Month

Celebrate Earth Month in Issaquah!  

Join the City of Issaquah as we celebrate the 51st Anniversary of Earth Day! 

Earth Day is about environmental protection and community. The EarthDay.org theme of this year’s Earth Day is: “When life around the globe returns to normal, our world cannot return to business-as-usual.”

There is lots of work to be done, both individually and as a community, to improve the way we live and work in order to curb global warming and ecosystem degradation. 

We hope you can join the City and our partners in celebrating Earth Month together. 

Other Activities

Families and individuals can also celebrate the day or month by engaging in these fun activities.

  1. Plant a garden.
  2. Take a hike! Check out these maps and resources from the Issaquah Alps Trails Club.
  3. Go for a walk or bike ride around town.
  4. Build a birdhouse.
  5. Take the Water Pledge to save water and for a chance to win prizes! Residents from different cities around the country compete to reduce the most amount of water.
  6. Visit Lake Sammamish State Park.
  7. Donate to a local environmental non-profit.
  8. Read a book about climate change or environmental issues.
  9. Sign up to volunteer with the Green Issaquah Partnership.
  10. Make crafts from recycled products.
  11. Buy Green Power from Puget Sound Energy.
  12. Learn a new skill like sewing that can help keep materials out of the landfill.
  13. Take the Food: Too Good to Waste Challenge to learn how much food you are throwing away.
  14. Write an email or letter to an elected official about your environmental concerns.
  15. Clean out your house for any hard-to-recycle items and set them aside to bring to the Recology Store in Gilman Village for free when they re-open. Items include electronics, small appliances, textiles, paint and more. All Recology stores are currently closed due to COVID-19.