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Posted on: January 25, 2023

Seniors Plan and Celebrate Lunar New Year


Seniors at the Issaquah Senior Center organized a celebration to mark the Lunar New Year. Some of the Chinese program participants approached Senior Center staff and proposed hosting a Lunar New Year celebration. The idea took off from there — with the se...

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Posted on: December 28, 2022

Issaquah Buries Time Capsule


As the final celebration of Issaquah’s 130th birthday we buried the time capsule, built with support from the communityalong the Rainier Trail, to be opened in 2050. In 2023 we will install a plaque at the capsule burial spot!

The contents repre...

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Posted on: December 27, 2022

Wet Weather: Flood Preparedness


With heavy rain in the area, now is the time to take steps to prepare for wet weather and potential flooding.


See if you are in a flood-prone area based on previous experience (talk to your neighbors) or check our floodplain
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Posted on: December 8, 2022

Summer Concert Series: Perform with Us

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Every summer, we present free community concerts in a beautiful outdoor setting. Now is the time to apply for your band or act to perform in our concert series — Concerts on the Green.

Concerts on the Green is our Tuesday evening series for all ages. It be...

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Posted on: December 6, 2022

Available: Updated Trails Map


We are pleased to share an updated Issaquah Trails Map with you, a comprehensive guide to the network crisscrossing our community’s parks, neighborhoods and public open spaces. The Trails Map highlights trail heads, parking, restrooms and viewpoints, alon...

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Additional Info... Parks & Community Services
Posted on: November 3, 2022

2023 Free Park Days


Another reason to explore all that our beautiful state has to offer! The State Park Free Pass Days for 2023 have been released. On these days, no Discover Pass is needed to park on lands managed by Washington State Parks, Washington Department of Fish and...

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