During its Jan. 21 meeting, 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.
The approved new zoning would enable the construction of a high school.
There are still many steps required before the district’s proposed high school and elementary school could be built – many of which include engagement with the community:
- District submitting a pre-application and application for a Master Site Plan
- Community conference (informal public meeting hosted by the Development Commission)
- Staff review/report
- Development Commission hearing
- City Council decision
Watch the full meeting online, and learn more in this agenda bill.
To stay informed on this issue, please subscribe for “Development” updates via the City’s Notify Me tool.