Living in Issaquah, WA

The City of Issaquah offers residents and visitors a variety of outdoor opportunities, historical locations, boutique shopping, arts and entertainment, and quality dining experiences. The small-town-friendly living and business environment makes Issaquah a great place to live and work.

Events & Activities

Salmon Days Festival
The Fall Issaquah Salmon Days Festival in early October brings thousands of visitors to experience the Festival that focuses on the salmon spawning in Issaquah Creek. The Festival is the community's biggest event of the year.

Hiking
Hiking is popular in the nearby "Issaquah Alps", or on Tiger, Squak, or Cougar Mountain, and water sports in nearby Lake Sammamish State Park are other popular outdoor activities.

Shopping
Shoppers have plenty of choices in lower Issaquah or up on the Plateau. There is the quaint Gilman Village made up of many small boutique shops and several fine dining restaurants. Many other shops and centers are located along and near Gilman Blvd., Front Street, and E.Lake Sammamish Parkway. Other shopping districts are located nearby downtown Issaquah including the newer Highlands, and Klahanie, Pine Lake, and Sammamish. The City of Sammamish is located on the far north end of the Plateau. The City has its own shopping district with many small businesses, restaurants, and banks. Residents can easily access lower Issaquah or Redmond for other shopping and services.

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