City Projects

Major Projects

  1. Mobility
  2. Parks
  3. citywide
  4. Other

12th Ave NW & SR-900 Improvements

  • This project will improve the intersection to provide additional turn lanes and will also include protected bike lanes, sidewalks, and illumination along 12th Avenue NW. 

Newport Way: Maple to Sunset

  • Issaquah is designing improvements to Newport Way NW from NW Maple Street to W Sunset Way to enhance multi-modal travel, traffic operations and safety for all users. 

Newport Way: Pedestrian Bridge & Raised Intersection

  • This project will include the construction of a new pedestrian bridge across Anti-Aircraft Creek and a raised intersection and pedestrian crossing where the Cougar Precipice Trailhead meets Newport Way.

Newport Way: SR-900 to SE 54th

  • The Newport Way corridor project is a multi-year capital improvement project consisting of Design, Environmental Permitting, Right-of-Way Acquisition and ultimately construction of a new corridor between State Route 900 and SE 54th Street.

NW Juniper Multi-Purpose Path

  • This project will complete the design of a separated multi-purpose path along the north side of NW Juniper Street, This project benefits non-motorized users by providing a paved path that is separated and protected from the vehicular traffic by trees and a landscaped buffer. 

NW Sammamish Road Non-Motorized Improvements

  • The City is adding bicycle and pedestrian improvements on NW Sammamish Road between 193rd Place SE and the Lake Sammamish State Park entrance to increase mobility between the South Lake Sammamish neighborhoods and the Central Issaquah downtown area.

Olde Town Traffic Calming

  • Road, illumination and pedestrian improvements are being completed within the Olde Town neighborhood along key intersections to improve the livability for the nearby residents and assist with a reduction in traffic speeds.

Squak Mt. Non-Motorized Improvement Plan

  • The City is studying the existing conditions and future needs for people walking, biking, driving, and living on the 12th Avenue NW/Mt. Olympus Drive NW roadway corridor.

Strategic Mobility Projects

  • Each year, the City identifies, designs and constructs small improvements throughout the City, completing near-term connections in the mobility system. This annual project focuses on sidewalk and bicycle gaps, as well as safety improvements.