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Issaquah residents supported a traffic light on SE 43rd Street at a CIP public hearing on July 1.
Long-term master plans for three major Issaquah open space areas are in the works.
Issaquah, EFR, and the Department of Ecology will create a PFAS clean-up program in 2020.
Elected officials gave some insight into the legislative session and what to look for in the future.
Council has voted to assume the powers of the Transportation Benefit District to fund new projects.
Cities will work together to develop a Laughing Jacobs Creek Basin Plan.
Grant program provides financial support for upcoming projects.
Issaquah has begun its update to the six-year Capital Improvement Plan for 2020-2025.
Issaquah, Sammamish and Snoqualmie mayors make official proclamations.
The city of Issaquah has received funding for three major projects from the state legislature.
Students, volunteers, and business owners received awards for their dedication to the community.
Community members shared their experiences with the Jarvis’ after they died in a collision on May 29.
Senior Centers in Issaquah, North Bend, and Carnation apply for more than $400,00o in funding.
The city council unanimously approved the “Our Issaquah” strategic plan at their May 6 meeting.
The Issaquah Valley Trolley has begun its summer round trip rides from the depot to Gilman Boulevard
A report on chemical impacts to the Lower Issaquah Valley is being finalized by the city.
The opinion of the citizens will play a factor in the hiring process of a new city administrator.
Residents in the city of Issaquah and the Issaquah School Districts have submitted their applications to run for office this November. Four city council positions… Continue reading
Issaquah is hosting a survey to collect public comment on their upcoming Mobility Master Plan.
Citizens attended a BPA open house at Blakely Hall in Issaquah on May 2.