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Arts & Culture

  1. Issaquah Talks - Activism Through Art

    April 26, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ YWCA Family Village Issaquah Village

    Join YWCA's national Stand Against Racism campaign to start community conversations around race and racism!

    The event will feature a panel of four local artists at Issaquah YWCA Family Village who will speak about how they use their art as a form of activism that tackles issues like race, racism, and racial justice. The panel includes Roosevelt Lewis, Leleita McKill, Kay Tarapolsi, and Wynn Adele.

    After the panel, we will have an artist reception with dessert. At this portion of the event, art from our panelists will be displayed. There will also be a live painting performance from Delton Mosby, a community signing of the Stand Against Racism pledge, and continued conversation with one another.

    ArtEast and the Highlands Youth Board will be leading a community art project for children to participate in during the panel discussion! Artist Perry Painter will be helping lead this portion of the event.

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Boards & Commissions

  1. Civil Service Commission

    April 26, 4:30 PM @ Coho Room, City Hall

    Unless otherwise posted, this commission meets the fourth Thursday of each month.

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  2. Cable TV Commission

    April 26, 5:30 PM @ Coho Room, City Hall

    This commission meets as needed.

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  3. Public Hearing - Municipal Code 18.10.2050 Transfer of Development Rights

    April 26, 6:30 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Planning Policy Commission will hold a hearing at its regular meeting on Apr. 26, 2018, to take public testimony on the proposed amendments to the Issaquah Municipal Code regarding Transfer of Development Rights (TDRs) which are in response to recent City Council action ending the Issaquah Highlands Development Agreement. The amendments are intended to limit the use of TDRs in Issaquah Highlands to the non-residential and mixed use areas within one-quarter mile of the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride. These amendments are intended to clarify the TDR standards in Issaquah Highlands, and include the following: 1. IMC 18.10.2050: Receiving TDRs – Standards, applications and procedures Table 18.10.2050(A)(2) Table 18.10.2050(A)(3) Table 18.10.2050(A)(4) 2. Issaquah Transferable Development Rights Map. These proposed amendments may change as a result of the public review process.

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  4. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee - Special Meeting

    April 27, 8:00 AM @ Adair Room

    A special meeting of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC).

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Community Events

  1. 2018 Create Buzz Workshops: Retention

    April 26, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Holiday Inn

    This workshop's topic is Retention: Build Customer Loyalty, featuring speaker Casey Jacox of Kforce. Whether you need help retaining staff or customers, keeping everyone happy is vital in today's competitive environment. Casey Jacox will provide expert advise and techniques to help businesses build loyalty.

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  2. Friends of the Issaquah Library Spring Book Sale

    April 28, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Issaquah Library

    The Spring Book Sale features thousands of books (hardcover, paperback, on CD and audiotape), collectibles, children’s books and movies. Paperbacks and children's books cost $1, with hard cover books priced at $2. The book sale continues April 29.

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  3. Friends of the Issaquah Library Spring Book Sale

    April 29, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Issaquah Library

    The Spring Book Sale features thousands of books (hardcover, paperback, on CD and audiotape), collectibles, children’s books and movies. Paperbacks and children's books cost $1, with hard cover books priced at $2, or have fun filling a grocery bag with your favorites for $5.

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Featured Events

  1. I-90 / Eastgate to SR 900 Corridor Improvements

    April 25, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Tibbetts Creek Manor

    You're invited to attend the open house for the I-90 Corridor Improvements to learn how the Washington State Department of Transportation plans to add lanes on both directions of I-90.

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  2. Issaquah Talks - Activism Through Art

    April 26, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ YWCA Family Village Issaquah Village

    Join YWCA's national Stand Against Racism campaign to start community conversations around race and racism!

    The event will feature a panel of four local artists at Issaquah YWCA Family Village who will speak about how they use their art as a form of activism that tackles issues like race, racism, and racial justice. The panel includes Roosevelt Lewis, Leleita McKill, Kay Tarapolsi, and Wynn Adele.

    After the panel, we will have an artist reception with dessert. At this portion of the event, art from our panelists will be displayed. There will also be a live painting performance from Delton Mosby, a community signing of the Stand Against Racism pledge, and continued conversation with one another.

    ArtEast and the Highlands Youth Board will be leading a community art project for children to participate in during the panel discussion! Artist Perry Painter will be helping lead this portion of the event.

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  3. Parks Strategic Plan Meeting

    April 30, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Eagle Room, City Hall

    As our community evolves and our needs change, we're working with residents, visitors, and other park and trail users to set a vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space. During the last year, there have been many opportunities to share your vision. Your input has been heard, and shaped our draft Park Strategic Plan! Join us to learn more. At the meeting, our team will reveal the vision for Issaquah’s parks, as well as provide an overview of the plan’s development and importance – and how it relates to other planning efforts. We’ll also cover how the plan will be implemented and updated in the future. In the weeks ahead, the Parks Strategic Plan will go to the City Council for consideration and adoption.

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Parks & Recreation

  1. Parks Strategic Plan Meeting

    April 30, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Eagle Room, City Hall

    As our community evolves and our needs change, we're working with residents, visitors, and other park and trail users to set a vision for future investments in Issaquah's parks, trails and open space. During the last year, there have been many opportunities to share your vision. Your input has been heard, and shaped our draft Park Strategic Plan! Join us to learn more. At the meeting, our team will reveal the vision for Issaquah’s parks, as well as provide an overview of the plan’s development and importance – and how it relates to other planning efforts. We’ll also cover how the plan will be implemented and updated in the future. In the weeks ahead, the Parks Strategic Plan will go to the City Council for consideration and adoption.

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Police

  1. National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

    April 28, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Issaquah City Hall and Police Department

    There is a safe and responsible way to dispose of old and leftover medicine that protects your family and our environment. Issaquah police, in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration, will participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

    Drop off the medication sealed in a clear zip-top plastic bag. Only pills or patches are accepted.

    Please do not bring liquids, vitamins or food products for disposal. Any personal information and the prescription number may be crossed out. Do not include needles or sharps of any kind in your medication drop-off.

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Public Hearings

  1. Public Hearing - Municipal Code 18.10.2050 Transfer of Development Rights

    April 26, 6:30 PM @ Council Chambers, City Hall South

    The Planning Policy Commission will hold a hearing at its regular meeting on Apr. 26, 2018, to take public testimony on the proposed amendments to the Issaquah Municipal Code regarding Transfer of Development Rights (TDRs) which are in response to recent City Council action ending the Issaquah Highlands Development Agreement. The amendments are intended to limit the use of TDRs in Issaquah Highlands to the non-residential and mixed use areas within one-quarter mile of the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride. These amendments are intended to clarify the TDR standards in Issaquah Highlands, and include the following: 1. IMC 18.10.2050: Receiving TDRs – Standards, applications and procedures Table 18.10.2050(A)(2) Table 18.10.2050(A)(3) Table 18.10.2050(A)(4) 2. Issaquah Transferable Development Rights Map. These proposed amendments may change as a result of the public review process.

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Senior Services

  1. Senior Center: A Splash of Spring Styles Show

    April 30, 1:00 PM @ Issaquah Senior Center

    We have partnered with Revolve consignment store to outfit our models. Over 15 of our senior members will be the spring models and we also have senior members serving as male ushers and the emcee. The community is invited to attend this event as well. University House is providing tea and desserts. DIA (the Downtown Issaquah Association) is providing flowers for all the table centerpieces and the Sammamish Symphony Quartet will be playing music. The spring fashion show, has been a huge collaboration between the Senior Center and the community, and is set to be tons of fun for all involved.

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Tibbetts Creek Manor

  1. Held For Rehearsals

    April 26, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Tibbetts Creek Manor - Reservations

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  2. Manor Event Booked

    April 28, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Tibbetts Creek Manor - Reservations

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Transportation

  1. I-90 / Eastgate to SR 900 Corridor Improvements

    April 25, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Tibbetts Creek Manor

    You're invited to attend the open house for the I-90 Corridor Improvements to learn how the Washington State Department of Transportation plans to add lanes on both directions of I-90.

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