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Congressional representatives Adam Smith of the 9th district and Kim Schrier of the 8th district, visited the 41st Legislative District Democrats meeting on Feb. 20,… Continue reading
Council has approved funding for the Front Street Streetscape between Sunset Way and NE Alder.
Mayor Mary Lou Pauly gave the state of the city address to the students at Issaquah High School.
On Feb. 5, Lindsey Walsh was appointed to the vacant city council position left by Bill Ramos.
The eCityGov Alliance has announced Tyler Running Dear as it’s new executive director.
Issaquah communtiy members showed their support for Coast Guard families unpaid due to the shutdown.
After two years of closure, the SE 62nd Street extension project is opened for public use.
The Strike Committees of both unions unanimously decided set a strike deadline of Tuesday, Jan. 29.
The council approved the mayor to accept a dedication of 6-acres of park land, wetland, and trail.
Mayor Pauly and Ron Thiele present “what’s new and how it impacts you” to Issaquah chamber.
At the first meeting of 2019, the Issaquah Cemetery Board discussed their 2019 cemetery work plan.
City council unanimously approved a hybrid funding model for the 46-acre Bergsma property purchase.
Issaquah has replaced their old programs registration service with a new, easier to use system.
Icy conditions and vehicle collisions.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be receiving an extra boost this holiday season.
Issaquah City Council denies request to locate wall in public right-of-way due to potential risk.
Six Boy Scout troops will collect and recycle donated trees from Sammamish and Issaquah on Jan. 5.
The city council approved the school district’s impact fees to fund school facilities improvements.
An work party was held in Issaquah to build and donate a house to a low income tiny house village.
The Issaquah City Council voted to pursue the acquisition of 46 acre Bergsma property.