The Issaquah Valley is tucked at the bottom of Squak Mountain just outside of Central Issaquah and Olde Town.
This neighborhood houses Issaquah Valley Elementary, Eastside Fire and Rescue Headquarters and the King County Library Distribution Center—among a variety of residences with individual HOA’s.
Berntsen Park is a community gathering place as well as Salmon Run Park and notably Confluence Park, which is in the heart of this community.
With views of the Issaquah Alps, this neighborhood has easy access to amenities both in Olde Town and Central Issaquah, as well as easy access to public transportation.
Belmont homes has submitted an application to build 86 apartments with parking underneath.
Issaquah is designing improvements to Newport Way Northwest from Northwest Maple Street to West Sunset Way.