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Capital Improvement Plan 2020–2025
The City Council is considering a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for 2020–2025, which lists Issaquah's planned infrastructure investments – from roads to parks – during a six-year time frame.

This tool (see the proposed 2020-2025 CIP)
 includes planning for project design, land acquisition, construction costs and the projected means of financing.

The schedule for council’s CIP review includes:

Unfunded Transportation Capital Priorities
During this review, council will also continue its discussion of funding options for Issaquah’s unfunded transportation capital priorities. 

In March 2019, staff provided the City Council with an overview of a potential plan to fund seven transportation projects on the unfunded transportation capital needs list, leveraging a combination of existing debt service capacity and a 0.2 percent voter-approved increase in the sales tax rate, as allowed under the Transportation Benefit District (TBD). 

The seven projects are:

  • Southeast 43rd Way Intersection Improvements (Providence Point)
  • Newport Way - Southeast 54th Street to SR 900 
  • Central Park Signal 
  • Newport Way - Maple to Sunset 
  • South Cove Non-Motorized Connection (aka NW Sammamish Road Pinch Point)
  • Northwest Gilman Concept Development 
  • 12th Avenue Northwest/SR 900 Intersection

The plan presented to the council was based on recommendations from the city’s Ad Hoc Long-Term Finance Committee. Learn more in 
this memo, and video from the meeting.

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