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City Council

  1. Council Infrastructure Committee - Special Meeting

    March 28, 2017, 6:30 PM - 11:59 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The committee will hold its March meeting on Mar. 28 rather than Mar. 16.

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Farmers Market

  1. Jury Day: Issaquah Farmers Market

    March 31, 2017, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM @ Pickering Barn

    Potential vendors interested in participating in our Issaquah Farmers Market for the first time, or return after more than a season away, are invited to attend our 2017 jury days.

    Jurying is a chance for our farmers market managers to meet with potential vendors and review their products.

    A limited number of jury appointments are available, and will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    Preparing for jury days is easy!

    1. Schedule your appointment by email or call 425-837-3311.
    2. Each applicant will be given up to 10 minutes for a product review. Please respect the time limit and plan accordingly.
    3. Please bring enough samples to show product variety, but enough to quickly set up and repackage.
    4. Complete your vendor application in advance and bring it to your jury appointment. More Details

Featured Events

  1. Workshop: Your Parks, Your Future

    March 23, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Tibbetts Creek Manor

    Issaquah's parks are your parks — help shape your future!

    As our community evolves and our needs change, we're working with residents, visitors, and other park and trail users to set our vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space.

    You're invited to join us in person and share your ideas for your parks and your future at a series of community workshops.

    To ensure our parks system is best positioned to serve our community's future needs, we need your input! The initial phase of the process is called Listen & Learn.

    We want to hear from park users of all ages.

    As we work with our community to create the vision for Issaquah's parks system, your ideas are vital. Dream big!

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  2. Workshop: Your Parks, Your Future

    March 27, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Grand Ridge Elementary School

    Issaquah's parks are your parks — help shape your future!

    As our community evolves and our needs change, we're working with residents, visitors, and other park and trail users to set our vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space.

    You're invited to join us in person and share your ideas for your parks and your future at a series of community workshops.

    To ensure our parks system is best positioned to serve our community's future needs, we need your input! The initial phase of the process is called Listen & Learn.

    We want to hear from park users of all ages.

    As we work with our community to create the vision for Issaquah's parks system, your ideas are vital. Dream big!

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  3. Workshop: Olde Town Plan Update

    March 28, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ Issaquah Senior Center

    You're invited to community workshops to share your feedback and ideas for Olde Town.

    As Issaquah grows and moves further into its second century, we are updating our Olde Town Subarea Plan to ensure it reflects our community's vision for our historic downtown and nearby neighborhoods.

    As we worked with the community to develop a draft streetscape plan, we heard from many people a desire to preserve the Olde Town neighborhood and downtown character.

    Moving forward on the Olde Town Subarea Plan update, we need your feedback about how to best preserve the neighborhood’s character, and what your aspirations are for the future.

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  4. Workshop: Olde Town Plan Update

    March 29, 2017, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Issaquah Brewhouse

    You're invited to community workshops to share your feedback and ideas for Olde Town.

    As Issaquah grows and moves further into its second century, we are updating our Olde Town Subarea Plan to ensure it reflects our community's vision for our historic downtown and nearby neighborhoods.

    As we worked with the community to develop a draft streetscape plan, we heard from many people a desire to preserve the Olde Town neighborhood and downtown character.

    Moving forward on the Olde Town Subarea Plan update, we need your feedback about how to best preserve the neighborhood’s character, and what your aspirations are for the future.

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  5. Workshop: Your Parks, Your Future

    March 29, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Issaquah Valley Elementary School

    Issaquah's parks are your parks — help shape your future!

    As our community evolves and our needs change, we're working with residents, visitors, and other park and trail users to set our vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space.

    You're invited to join us in person and share your ideas for your parks and your future at a series of community workshops.

    To ensure our parks system is best positioned to serve our community's future needs, we need your input! The initial phase of the process is called Listen & Learn.

    We want to hear from park users of all ages.

    As we work with our community to create the vision for Issaquah's parks system, your ideas are vital. Dream big!

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  6. Stronger Together: Defeating Fear Through the Power of Storytelling

    March 31, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Issaquah Senior Center

    You're invited to a free community event — Stronger Together: Defeating Fear Through the Power of Storytelling — featuring TEDx speaker Luis Ortega.

    The current political climate has raised many questions and concerns within the immigrant community. The event will provide an opportunity to reinforce some important topics that can help our children and community grow stronger.

    Join us for an inspirational event, including discussion tables with counselors, mental health specialists, support groups and more!

    Ortega is a TEDx speaker, educator, and the director and founder of Storytellers for Change. Over the last 11 years, he has traveled across the nation to share his personal narrative and message about the power of storytelling and story-listening to generate empathy, promote inclusion and inspire action.

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