Providence Point

Our Neighborhood 

Providence Point is spread over 161 rolling acres of natural and landscaped beauty in the Cascade foothills, overlooking nearby Lake Sammamish and the scenic Issaquah valley, bordered by the Laughing Jacobs Creek. The neighborhood is comprised of an active community of adults, 55 and older.

Providence Point offers amenities and activities that keep residents active and engaged, in a natural environment that fosters relaxation and outdoor recreation.

The Providence Point Community is composed of seven distinctive villages offering different home choices, architectural styles and designs that fit a variety of needs. Many social activities are centered on the villages, fostering an active community life among friendly neighbors. Common to all of them, however, is the beautiful landscaping, miles of walking trails, and easy access to all community amenities.

Major Projects

  1. SE 43rd Signal

A new signal will be installed at SE 43rd Way and the Providence Point Intersection. Updates also include frontage improvements by adding illumination poles, widening the sidewalk and cross walk signs. 

  • City Project 
  • Phase 2 of 2 (construction)
  • Link to project page
  1. City Rezones School District Properties

    The Issaquah City Council approved, with a 5-2 vote, changes to the land-use designation and zoning of three parcels – commonly called the Providence Heights property – that the Issaquah School District recently acquired. Read on...
  2. Update: Proposed Rezoning for School District Properties

    Final action is now anticipated for Jan. 21, 2020 to allow for continued dialogue. Read on...
  3. Southeast 43rd Roundabout: Temporary Speed Signs

    Crews recently installed temporary radar speed signs at the Southeast 43rd and East Lake Sammamish Parkway roundabout. Read on...