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Current Major Projects
Central Park
We're creating a better place to play year-round by installing new amenities and LED lighting at Central Park.

Citywide Strategic Plan
We're partnering with the community to form a focused citywide strategic plan called Our Issaquah.

Development Agreements: Next Steps
As we reach the end of the Issaquah Highlands and Talus development agreements, we're working with neighborhoods to envision the future.

Go Issaquah!
It's time to stop swimming upstream. Learn more about Issaquah's comprehensive approach to tackling traffic.

Healthy Community Initiative
We're conducting a Community Needs Assessment to better understand strengths, gaps and disparities in Issaquah's overall health.

Issaquah Valley
Learn more about public and private projects planned in the Issaquah Valley area.

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

Newport Way Northwest
Learn more about public and private projects planned along Newport Way Northwest between State Route 900 and Southeast 54th Street.

North Issaquah: Road Improvements
Issaquah is constructing a series of road improvements to relieve traffic congestion in North Issaquah.

Olde Town
We're improving Front Street for drivers and pedestrians, as well as enhancing Olde Town as a vibrant community gathering place.

Park Bond
In November 2013, Issaquah voters approved a park bond measure to protect open space and wildlife habitat, improve neighborhood parks and make repairs to Julius Boehm Pool.

Parks Strategic Plan
Issaquah's parks are your parks — help shape your future! We're working with our community to set our vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space.

Private Development
Learn more about private sector projects in the City of Issaquah.

Salmon Run Nature Park
We're restoring habitat and adding native plants along Issaquah Creek near Gilman Village.

Starting in late November 2015, movement was detected in the Parcel 9 hillside. With safety as the top priority, immediate mitigation measures were taken to address the movement.

Transit-Oriented Development Project
The City will partner with a developer to create a mixed-use, multifamily development that provides affordable and workforce housing adjacent to the Issaquah Transit Center.