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City Council

  1. City Council Regular Meeting

    November 20, 7:00 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    Unless otherwise posted, regular meetings occur the first and third Monday of each month.

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  2. Public Hearing: 2018 Budget

    November 20, 7:00 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The purpose of this hearing is for any taxpayer, to speak for or against any part of the budget, or provide general comments. It is anticipated that the council will formally adopt the 2018 budget at its Dec. 4 meeting.

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  3. Council Land & Shore Committee - Special Meeting

    November 21, 6:30 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The committee will hold a special meeting on Nov. 21.

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  4. Council Budget Work Session

    November 27, 6:30 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    This is the fifth of several budget reviews. For the full budget schedule go to issaquahwa.gov/2018budget.

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City Hall Closures

  1. Closed – Holiday

    November 23, All Day @ City Offices

    City offices will be closed for the holiday and will reopen on the next regularly scheduled business day.

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  2. Closed – Holiday

    November 24, All Day @ City Offices

    City offices will be closed for the holiday and will reopen on the next regularly scheduled business day.

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Featured Events

  1. Turkey Trot 5K Race

    November 23, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Issaquah's annual Turkey Trot 5K race is moving to downtown Issaquah this year! Due to the race's growth from 325 participants in 2010 to more than 3,800 last year, the race needed a new home. All proceeds will benefit the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank. The downtown and nearby Gilman Village neighborhoods are likely to experience an increase in traffic flow and greater utilization of public street-side parking. Local residents will be able to come and go from their homes on race day. Residents, however, are asked to refrain from driving on the race route while racers are present.

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