Salary & Benefits
Salary (2018 Wages)
|Step||Months of Service||Monthly Pay|
|A||0 to 6||$6,041|
|B||7 to 18||$6,276|
|C||19 to 30||$6,519|
|D||31 to 42||$6,774|
|E||43 to 54||$7,104|
|F||55 to 102||$7,597|
|G||103 or more||$7,743|
Officers can also receive paid Kelly Time and Master Employee Pay. Lateral officers can start at steps B to E, depending on experience.
Physical Fitness Incentive
Employees are eligible for a 1 percent physical fitness incentive, as provided in the Issaquah Police Guild labor agreement.
Longevity Pay (Monthly)
|Years of Service||Service Pay|
|15 years||1.75% x Step G|
|20 years||2.75% x Step G|
|25 years||3.75% x Step G|
|Years of Employment||Vacation Hours per Year|
|0 to 2||92 hours|
|3 to 4||100 hours|
|5 to 9||124 hours|
|10 to 14||156 hours|
|15 to 19||172 hours|
|20 to 24||188 hours|
|25 or more||196 hours|
Medical /Dental / Vision
The City of Issaquah offers multiple medical and dental plans.
Uniforms & Equipment
Each officer is completely outfitted upon appointment and is provided replacements as needed.
Washington state's Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters State Retirement Plan II (LEOFF II) is the current retirement system.
Employees are eligible for vested retirement after five years of service and attainment of age 53, the amount equaling 2 percent of the final average salary for each year of service.
The formula used to calculate your monthly benefit is:
- service credit months / 12 x 2% x final average salary* = monthly benefit
- 300 months of service / 12 = 25 years x 2% = .05 x $95,000 = $4,750 per month
*Average your monthly salary from the highest-paid 60 consecutive months in which you earned service credit. Usually, this is your last 60 months of service.
The City of Issaquah provides life insurance for the officer.