Our Neighborhood 

The Talus community is a 630-acre master-planned community nestled on scenic Cougar Mountain, part of the Issaquah Alps and is governed by the Talus Residential Association.

The community has access to a trail network of about 200 miles and a nature preserve of more than 20,000 acres. The neighborhood’s Harvey Manning Park serves as the hub for community activities such as National Night Out and the annual Talus Easter Egg Hunt.

Along with a variety of home choices and various nature-centric neighborhoods, the Talus neighborhood also has a retirement community called Timber Ridge which provides independent care and assisted living to adults 55 and older.

Major Projects

  1. New School
  2. Forest Heights
  3. Parcel 7 and 8
  4. Parcel 9

The Issaquah School District has put in an application to build a new middle school. 

  1. Talus Middle School: Public Hearings

    The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 15 and Feb. 5 and will be held in Council Chambers. Read on...
  2. Gateway to Cougar Mountain Permanently Protected

    Bergsma property previously slated for 57 homes now open space. Read on...