Mask Up, Issaquah

King County is currently in Phase 3 of the state's Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan.

Currently, some indoor activities, including dining, fitness and more are allowed at 50 percent capacity.

As we face new more contagious COVID-19 variants, we must stay as vigilant as ever to keep businesses open and COVID activity trending down. In addition to wearing well-fitted masks and physical distancing, Public Health—Seattle & King County encourages businesses and facilities operating indoors to prioritize ventilation and air flow, plus outdoor, takeout and curbside offerings.


Thanks to a partnership between the cities of Issaquah and Sammamish, as well as Eastside Fire & Rescue and Snoqualmie Tribe, a drive-though COVID-19 vaccination site is now open at Lake Sammamish State Park. Appointments are required. Learn more online.

Issaquah is also partnering with Eastside Fire & Rescue to offer limited mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics to eligible residents who are not physically able to travel outside of their home. If you are eligible, or need special assistance, call us at 425-837-3300. We are here to help.

Learn more via our vaccine webpage.

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Following Public Health - Seattle & King County’s recommendations to help protect our communities, the City of Issaquah has closed many of its facilities, but will continue to provide essential services to our community. 

While the following front counters/facilities are closed to in-person customers until further notice, we are available during regular business hours at 425-837-3000 or the contact information below.

  • Community Center
    • Those registered for any cancelled programs will be contacted directly for refund and/or rescheduling options.
    • The fitness room and track are open for reservations only.
    • Programs and sports allowed during Phase 2 are taking place with only players and coaches allowed in venues.