Created in 2012, this commission provides additional expertise - both to the Mayor and City Council - necessary to enhance and facilitate economic development within the City.
The commission also acts as a catalyst between the City Council, developers, residents and the business community to expand and improve the economic climate of Issaquah within the context of the City's commitment to social and environmental objectives.
The Economic Vitality Commission is comprised of ten regular members with four-year terms. All members are appointed by the Mayor and subject to confirmation by the City Council. Terms expire April 30 of the year listed. For more information, see IMC 2.89 and Rules & Regulations.
View the Commission's most recent annual report submitted to the Mayor and City Council.