Posted on: April 30, 2021
Wayfinding is a system of signs and visual cues that helps people navigate through a city, guiding them to key destinations such as parks, trails, businesses, schools and transit stops.
The City currently has a variety of different signs which ca...Read on...
Posted on: April 28, 2021
Community members: We want to hear from you!
Please join the City of Issaquah and Issaquah Schools in a community conversation about the School Resource Officer (SRO) program offered at all schools within the City of Issaquah. ...Read on...
Posted on: April 28, 2021
Issaquah is at a pivotal point in our history, and your help is critical to our future success. Please take Issaquah’s 2021 Community Survey by May 12.
Now – more than ever – your feedback is essential. The survey covers a variety of issues, including safe...Read on...
Posted on: April 27, 2021
Issaquah continues to use a filtration system to address polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, detected in some of its well water.
Based on the latest science, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recently released drinking water health adv...Read on...
Posted on: April 6, 2021
Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership to Supply Vaccines for Eligible Eastside Residents Living on Snoqualmie Tribal Ancestral Lands
The cities of Issaquah and Sammamish with Eastside Fire & Rescue have been working together for the past few months to b...Read on...
Posted on: April 21, 2021
Learn more, and provide your feedback, on the City’s proposed plan for future capital investments and projects for 2022-2027.
The City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) contains valuable information concerning Issaquah’s planned infrastructure inv...Read on...
Posted on: April 23, 2021
Each year, Issaquah publishes a Housing Report Card to show its progress toward addressing key challenges of growth, an evolving housing market, affordability and vulnerable residents.
Here are some highlights:
- In 2020, 718 new housing units were completed....
Posted on: April 16, 2021
May 1 is Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, and we encourage all Issaquah residents to reduce their wildfire risks.
Every year, devastating wildfires burn across the United States. At the same time, a growing number of people are living where wildfires a...Read on...
Posted on: January 1, 2021
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will again offer 12 free days next year, in which day-use visitors won’t need a Discover Pass to visit state parks by vehicle. The first free day of 2021 is New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.
State Parks free days ...Read on...