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Parking Study
Overview 
The City of Issaquah is working to better understand parking in Olde Town, near the Issaquah Transit Center Park & Ride, and near the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride. This work includes collecting data on the number and types of spaces available, the number of vehicles parked in each area throughout the day, and how long they are parked for. 

Data collection is ongoing, and is being collected on high and low activity weekdays and weekends. Once data is collected, a consultant team will work with City staff to identify new solutions to better manage on-street parking, identify potential sources of new supply, and potentially recommend changes to City parking, land use, and enforcement codes. 

Once the parking study is complete, the City will be better positioned to ensure on-street and public parking is utilized to meet the variety of needs in Issaquah, including but not limited to access to transit, business customer parking, access to civic amenities, and visitor parking. 

Maps 
Old Town Transit Center Highlands

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Engagement 
The community and other stakeholders will have multiple opportunities to get involved in this process. 
  1. City staff is currently interviewing key stakeholders in each of the study areas. 
  2. City staff will conduct surveys of Park & Ride users to learn more about how and where people park before riding the bus. 
  3. Online Open House: Once data is collected and analyzed and recommendations to improve parking are formulated, an online open house will be posted here to gather community feedback on the recommendations.

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Issaquah Contacts
Mathew Mornick
Special Projects Manager
Executive Office
Mattmo@issaquahwa.gov
425-837-3085

Christopher Wright
Economic Development Manager
ChristopherW
@issaquahwa.gov

425-837-3093