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Issaquah cemetery board discusses 2019 work plan

At the first meeting of 2019, the Issaquah Cemetery Board discussed their 2019 cemetery work plan.

 

Issaquah City Council approves funding plan for Bergsma property purchase

City council unanimously approved a hybrid funding model for the 46-acre Bergsma property purchase.

 

Issaquah upgrades to all-new activities and programs registration service

Issaquah has replaced their old programs registration service with a new, easier to use system.

 

I-90 across the Snoqualmie Pass closed

Icy conditions and vehicle collisions.

Issaquah local donates $25,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be receiving an extra boost this holiday season.

Issaquah Council denies request for stabilizing wall on Talus property

Issaquah City Council denies request to locate wall in public right-of-way due to potential risk.

Boy Scouts return for 34th annual Christmas tree recycling drive

Six Boy Scout troops will collect and recycle donated trees from Sammamish and Issaquah on Jan. 5.

Issaquah City Council approves school impact fees for new residential development in 2019

The city council approved the school district’s impact fees to fund school facilities improvements.

Jiff Searing paints the door frame of the tiny house during the volunteer event on Saturday. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Issaquah citizens build a tiny house for the Low Income Housing Institute

An work party was held in Issaquah to build and donate a house to a low income tiny house village.

Jiff Searing paints the door frame of the tiny house during the volunteer event on Saturday. Evan Pappas/Staff Photo

Issaquah city council approves purchase of 46-acre Bergsma property for open space

The Issaquah City Council voted to pursue the acquisition of 46 acre Bergsma property.

31st annual Reindeer Festival returns to Cougar Mountain Zoo

Cougar Mountain Zoo will run the 2018 Reindeer Festival every day until Dec. 23.

Issaquah submits annual floodplain mangement report to FEMA

Issaquah submits the annual floodplain management report to FEMA for certification.

U-cut and pre-cut Christmas trees around the Snoqualmie Valley

As the holiday season approaches, several Snoqualmie Valley businesses are gearing up their offerings of Christmas tree services. The Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew 115, a… Continue reading

Sammamish Plateau Water sets public meeting on rate increases for Dec. 3

Sammamish Plateau Water will hold a meeting on Dec. 3 to take pubic comment on 2019 rate increases.

Issaquah City council discusses upcoming vacancy, approves human services funding

Issaquah City council discussed city council applications, humans services funding, and Olde Town.

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Issaquah wants feedback on potential dog park location

Issaquah is looking for citizen feedback on where they would like a new dog park in the city.

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The segment of SE 60th Street marked in red is the area that will be affected by the speed limit reduction from 35 to 30 mph. Courtesy Image.

King County considering speed reduction on Southeast 60th Street

Public comments and feedback accepted through Nov. 27.

The segment of SE 60th Street marked in red is the area that will be affected by the speed limit reduction from 35 to 30 mph. Courtesy Image.

Eastridge Church gives out 1,500 Thanksgiving turkeys to the communtiy

The Eastridge Church opened their doors in Seattle and Issaquah for the 15th annual turkey giveaway.

Issaquah City Hall. Photo courtesy of Joe Mabel

Issaquah Council talks property tax and holds public hearing on budget

Issaquah council approved a 1 percent property tax increase and held a public hearing on the budget.

Issaquah City Hall. Photo courtesy of Joe Mabel

Public School Employees union members ask Issaquah School District to honor contract

Paraeducators and office personnel union members held a rally at the Nov. 7 district board meeting.