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South Cove / Greenwood Point
During the next several years, the City of Issaquah is making important infrastructure improvements to the South Cove, Greenwood Point and Timberlake neighborhoods!

To ensure aging infrastructure remains reliable in the decades to come, Issaquah will:
  • Replace 50-year-old water mains
  • Line 50-year-old aging sewer mains
  • Address specific stormwater drainage issues
  • Pave several streets with new asphalt 

Northwest Sammamish Road
The City is currently looking to leverage the the State's I-90 Peak Use Shoulder Lanes project to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists, by widening the shoulder on Northwest Sammamish Road between Southeast 51st Street and Schneider Creek (often called the “pinch point”). 

City Council members will be reviewing funding options for widening the shoulder “pinch point” – along with other capital projects throughout the City – in the next few months. 

Future phases will aim at improving non-motorized access along other sections of the corridor, but those phases will take more time to complete.

Timing and Impacts
The City has scheduled the first three years of work for this project, which is included in the map below. More work will take place in subsequent years.

Click on an area below to learn more about each project and timeline.

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Issaquah Contacts
Lesan Gouge
Neighborhood Engagement Coordinator

Issaquah Community News
Update: Council Vote on NW Samm Road
The City Council recently discussed WSDOT’s financial request, and voted to commit up to $3 million for the project. Read on...
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