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Posted on: October 21, 2016

Next Steps: Development Moratorium

In September 2016, the Issaquah City Council enacted a six-month moratorium on certain types of development.

Following input received online, and after holding a public hearing, council members and City staff will discuss next steps at the Oct. 26 coun...Read on...

Posted on: October 5, 2016

Issaquah City Council Removes Truck Routes

The Issaquah City Council recently voted to remove truck route designations from several local streets.

Effective Nov. 6, 2016, large trucks traveling south from Interstate 90 to Issaquah-Hobart Road must now use a state highway — State Route 900.
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Posted on: July 19, 2016

November Ballot: Transportation Improvement Projects

This November, Issaquah voters will decide on a transportation improvement bond measure that would fund local projects at:

  • East Sunset Way
  • Newport Way - 54th Street to State Route 900
  • Newport Way - Maple Street to Sunset Way
  • Providence Point Signalizatio...
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    Posted on: September 8, 2016

    Agencies to Investigate Potential Source of PFCs

    A detection of PFCs — perfluorinated chemicals found in several local wells — was recently discovered in soil samples taken at Eastside Fire & Rescue's (EF&R) headquarters, 175 Newport Way N.W.

    Based on the latest science, the Environmental Pro...Read on...

    Posted on: June 22, 2016

    City Starts Well 4 Water Filtration

    Issaquah is now pumping from Well 4, thanks to a new filtration system that removes perfluorochemicals, or PFCs, from the water before it enters the City’s distribution system.

    Test results from mid-June show the system is working – there were no detec...Read on...

    Posted on: October 28, 2011

    Website Personalization Now Available!

    By clicking “Log In” on the MyDashboard bar at the top of the screen, users may create a login for the site or use their Facebook profile to access MyDashboard. Once logged in, visitors can choose the modules, features and keywords that they’d like to see...Read on...