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Sister Cities Commission
Created in 2007, this commission increases the knowledge, goodwill and understanding of the world through people-to-people diplomacy, education, cultural exchanges, economic exchanges and humanitarian assistance.

Award Winning
Recipient of Sister Cities International's 2018 Innovation, Arts and Culture Award for incorporating original artwork from our sister cities of  Chefchaouen, Morocco and Sunndal, Norway as part of the Issaquah's Utility Wrap Program.

by Aziz Amraniby Bergljot Hals

The Sister Cities Commission is comprised of nine regular members, with four-year terms; and two alternates, with two-year terms. All members are appointed by the Mayor and subject to confirmation by the City Council. Terms expire April 30 of the year listed. For more information, see IMC 2.54.

Agendas & Minutes

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Find other meetings and legislative records in the archive center.

Issaquah Contacts
Staff Liaison
Tina Eggers, City Clerk

Regular Members
2019 - Shari Gehrke
2019 - Mary Harris
2019 - Mike Pautz
2020 - Mohamed Belali
2020 - Robin Kelley
2021 - Nilendu Pal
2021 - Vacant
2022 - Vacant
2022 - Heather Stapf

Alternate Members
2019 - Stacie Erfle
2020 - Stephanie Angula

Unless otherwise posted:

7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month

Coho Room, 130 E. Sunset Way