The Issaquah Development Commission will hold a remote meeting on Wednesday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the District’s plans to build a new high school and elementary school at 4221 228th Ave. SE. Details are available on the City of Issaquah website, here. This meeting is an important step in the efforts to build these schools, which will help alleviate crowding in schools. Community members are invited to...
At schools across the Issaquah School District, many student athletes are beginning preparation for fall sports, in hopes that they will be allowed to compete this season. With the recent shutdown of schools due to the coronavirus outbreak and the uncertainty surrounding the status of reopening in the fall, many sports teams are unsure as to whether they will be able to attend games or meets. Some Skyline High school...
The City of Issaquah City Council regular monthly meeting will be held tonight beginning at 7 pm, and there are several ways to participate remotely. Phone-In Option Call 1-206-207-1700, enter meeting number (access code) 126 056 2700#. To speak under Audience Comments, sign-up in advance of the meeting (by 5 p.m.) at issaquahwa.gov/signup. Submit written comments to citycouncil@issaquahwa.gov. Other Listening Options Stream online: issaquahwa.gov/ictv Youtube live: issaquahwa.gov/live Comcast Channel: ICTV 21 Call the City Clerk at 425-837-3004 in advance...
On Saturday, June 27, the City of Issaquah announced a special session for city council members to be held on Monday, June 29 to discuss the "Issaquah Police Accountability, Equity and Human Services Action Plan." As stated in the document, on page 5, Police Chief Behrbaum will answer questions raised at the June 15 City Council meeting (Exhibit B)and walk the City Council through the City's current use of...
The following memorandum was released today by the City of Issaquah administration in advance of Monday June 29th's special City Council meeting to address...
The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with King County and other government agencies is offering free access to PPE for the business...
The following note was recently published on Facebook, and being shared here as a public service. There is a gathering taking place at the...
Overview In May 2020, Mayor Pauly appointed a Recovery Task Force to support the City on various issues related to responding to the COVID-19 pandemic....
The coronavirus shutdown which closed many local schools made class difficult for many high school musicians. At Skyline high school, the Vocal Jazz choir...
Issaquah resident Matthew Griffin is a 2001 United States Military Academy graduate commissioned into the Field Artillery. Between 2003-2005, Griff deployed four times to...

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