South Cove

Overview

Tucked away on the southwest end of Lake Sammamish the 403-acre South Cove neighborhood is comprised of several smaller neighborhoods located between Lake Sammamish State Park and Timberlake Park.

In addition to Timberlake Park, one of South Cove’s gathering places is a private 4-acre park lined with Willow, Maple and Cherry trees, walking trails, a children’s playground, 2 tennis courts, a beach front with a swim dock and roped swim area, community BBQ’s, and plenty of open grass for family play and community social events.

Annually the Easter Egg Hunt and the 4th of July parade bring the community together as well as Timberlake neighborhood’s annual National Night Out gathering.

This family-oriented neighborhood was developed in the 1970s-80s and annexed from King County by Issaquah in 2006. 

Major Projects

  1. I-90 Shoulder Lanes

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), is creating added capacity between the Eastgate and Lakemont interchanges by adding auxiliary lanes. 

  • State Project 
  • Phase 2 of 2 (construction)
  • Link to project page
  1. South Cove: WSDOT I-90 Project Update

    Starting June 8, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) work crews began work within City limits on their Auxiliary Lane and Sound-Wall Project along Interstate-90. Read on...
  2. Infrastructure Improvements: Water Main Work to Continue

    Beginning April 13, the City of Issaquah will resume work to replace 50-year-old water mains in the South Cove neighborhood. Read on...