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Our seven-member City Council serves as the City’s legislative body, while the Mayor is Issaquah’s chief administrative officer.  In addition to serving as your representatives, the City Council provides policy direction, enacts legislation and approves a biennial budget.

The City Council provides policy direction through the Committee of the Whole Council and three standing committees. Regular City Council meetings are held twice monthly to take action on City business. For additional information, see the City Council Rules of Procedure.

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  1. City Council to Consider Electric Scooter Share Pilot Program

    The City Council will be discussing the idea of an electric scooter share pilot program in Issaquah during its July 5, 2022 meeting. Read on...
  2. Mayor Proposes Community Investment Strategy

    With a focus on making investments in transportation, as well as parks and trails, Mayor Mary Lou Pauly recently announced a proposed $12 million Community Investment Strategy. Read on...
  3. City Launches Performance Dashboard

    The City of Issaquah has launched its first Citywide Performance Dashboard. Read on...