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Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery

According to the state's plan "Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery" regions across the state, including King County, will enter Phase 1 of Healthy Washington on Jan. 11. In Phase 1, we will continue to operate as we have been under the current temporary restrictions with some additional fitness, entertainment and sports activities allowed at a limited capacity.

To move to Phase 2 of the plan, and reopen for businesses and activities, our region must meet four metrics associated with regional hospital capacity and admissions, case rates and test positivity. 

Learn more about current guidance and restrictions.


For more information, visit our vaccine webpage.

To ensure safe, equitable and timely vaccinations in Issaquah, Mayor Pauly formed an Issaquah Vaccine Community Partnership in early 2021, which works on coordination with Public Health – Seattle & King County; timely communications with the community; and situational awareness with community partners (such as healthcare providers and pharmacies).

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Following Public Health - Seattle & King County’s recommendations to help protect our communities, the City of Issaquah has closed many of its facilities, but will continue to provide essential services to our community. 

While the following front counters/facilities are closed to in-person customers until further notice, we are available during regular business hours at 425-837-3000 or the contact information below.

  • Community Center
    • Those registered for any cancelled programs will be contacted directly for refund and/or rescheduling options.
    • The fitness room and track are open for reservations only.