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City Council

  1. Public Hearing: Interim Zoning Regulations

    July 20, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Virtual Meeting Call-in Number: 1-206-207-1700
    Meeting Number (access code): 126 676 5641#

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at its regular meeting of July 20, 2020 to take public testimony regarding the interim zoning regulations adopted by the City Council at the June 22, 2020 Council meeting to support businesses during the Safe Start Washington phased reopening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The temporary regulations allow the temporary use of parking lots, sidewalks, and public rights-of-way in order to expand seating or other business capacity during the Safe Start Phased Reopening; allow moveable commercial A-frame signs without obtaining a permit; and suspend certain related portions of the Issaquah Municipal Code.

    For additional information, see Ordinance Nos. 2909 and 2910 at issaquahwa.gov/ordinances. The zoning regulations are set to expire in 6 months, or upon repeal of the regulations by the City Council.

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  2. Remote City Council Regular Meeting

    July 20, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Virtual Meeting Call-in Number: 1-206-207-1700
    Meeting Number (access code): 126 676 5641#

    AGENDA IN BRIEF

    • ID 0727 - COVID-19 Update
    • ID 0730 - Housing Stability during COVID-19 Emergency
    • AB 7989 - Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) Grant
    • AB 8003 - Forest Rim Reservoirs Retrofit & Cougar Ridge Automatic Isolation Valve Projects
    • AB 8007 - Amending Section 4.23 of the Council Rules of Procedure to Allow for Alternating Roll Call Votes
    • AB 7993 - Temporary Regulatory Relief for Businesses: Use of Sidewalk, Private Property & Signage (Interim Zoning Regulations) – Public Hearing
    • AB 7782 - AFSCME (General Employee Group) Collective Bargaining Agreement
    • AB 7784 - Issaquah Police Officers Association (IPOA) Collective Bargaining Agreement
    • AB 8000 - Amend 2020 Salary Ordinance

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Community Events

  1. Community Convening on Climate

    July 20, 2020, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Virtual

    Part I: Monday, July 20, 11:30 a.m - 1 p.m.
    Part II: Thursday, July 30, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

    In this two-part webinar series, the community will help identify recommendations to the City of Issaquah and community leaders for a course of action to address climate change.

    Part I will provide for a common foundation of knowledge and awareness of climate data as well as past and current efforts in Issaquah and the region. Part II will engage attendees in discussion to develop recommendations for addressing climate change. Those who register for this series will be automatically sent a link for Part II before July 30.

    This virtual event will bring together businesses, educational institutions, neighborhoods, environmental groups, resource managers and others in a community discussion.

    Event Sponsors:
    • City of Issaquah
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • People for Climate Action
    • The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce

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Public Hearings

  1. Public Hearing: Interim Zoning Regulations

    July 20, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Virtual Meeting Call-in Number: 1-206-207-1700
    Meeting Number (access code): 126 676 5641#

    The Issaquah City Council will hold a public hearing at its regular meeting of July 20, 2020 to take public testimony regarding the interim zoning regulations adopted by the City Council at the June 22, 2020 Council meeting to support businesses during the Safe Start Washington phased reopening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The temporary regulations allow the temporary use of parking lots, sidewalks, and public rights-of-way in order to expand seating or other business capacity during the Safe Start Phased Reopening; allow moveable commercial A-frame signs without obtaining a permit; and suspend certain related portions of the Issaquah Municipal Code.

    For additional information, see Ordinance Nos. 2909 and 2910 at issaquahwa.gov/ordinances. The zoning regulations are set to expire in 6 months, or upon repeal of the regulations by the City Council.

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