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Recycling Reminder! No ribbon; no styrofoam! Dec. 15, 2014
If you have ribbon or Styrofoam to dispose of, please don't put it in recycling. The ribbon, believe it or not, can tie up the recycling equipment and bring it to a halt! Styrofoam is also a problem. So, please don't put that...
Request for Entertainment Proposals Dec. 11, 2014
The City of Sammamish is accepting electronic press kits from bands, children’s performers and cultural entertainment for our 2015 summer events. A list of event dates and times is provided below. The majority of the entertai...
2014 Community Survey produces positive feedback Dec. 9, 2014
A statistically valid, random phone survey conducted in October generated largely positive responses from Sammamish residents. Among the highlights: --Nearly 8 in 10 residents agree that the city is "on the right track" -...
Scholarship available for one outstanding Sammamish student Dec. 2, 2014
The City of Sammamish has the opportunity to nominate one outstanding Sammamish student for a scholarship through the AWC Center for Quality Communities, a 501(c)3 organization sponsored by the Associations of Washington Citi...
Deadline for Applying For A Position on a Council Commission is December 31, 2014 Oct. 6, 2014
The Sammamish City Council has four advisory commissions/boards. They are: Arts Commission, Beaver Lake Management District Board, Parks & Recreation Commission and Planning Commission. The City is recruiting for volunteers t...
Be prepared for winter! Nov. 13, 2014
Cold weather, strong winds, power outages -- they can all be part of winter. So please get yourself prepared! Here are some tips and resources: • If power outages occur, find places where you can go to get warm. Friend...
Intermittent delays along Sahalee Way and E. Lake Sammamish Parkway Nov. 10, 2014
Construction activities on Sahalee Way and the northern portion of East Lake Sammamish Parkway are creating delays for Sammamish drivers. Puget Sound Energy is replacing poles along Sahalee Way. Their work involves intermitte...