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Current News Releases

Annual maintenance cost for Mars Hill building is $50,000 February
The city inadvertently released incorrect information last week regarding the annual maintenance cost for a city-owned building along 228th Avenue Southeast. The old Mars Hill Church, which the city purchased last year for $6...
Police need your help to catch mailbox thieves February
If you see a suspicious vehicle parked next to a locked mailbox or a group of locked mailboxes, please call 911. The Sammamish Police Department says there have been a large number of mailbox break-ins in recent days. The...
Volunteers needed for Lake Sammamish State Park restoration effort February
Volunteers are needed between Feb. 13 and Feb. 27 for a an outdoor service opportunity at Lake Sammamish State Park. Please help, if you can! Click on the link below for full details.
Tent City 4 has set up at Mary Queen of Peace February
On Thursday, Feb. 4, the city issued a temporary use permit that allowed Tent City 4 to occupy a portion of the Mary Queen of Peace church property. The encampment moved onto the property on Saturday, Feb. 6. The permit wi...
Issaquah road project on Parkway will impact traffic January
Drivers: Prepare for overnight work along East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast in Issaquah. To minimize daytime traffic impacts, crews will begin working at night starting Feb. 1, 2016. Work will occur between 8 p.m.-6 a...
Recruiting for Deputy City Manager January
The City is seeking an outstanding leader and manager to assist the City Manager in overseeing the City’s operations. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of achievement, extensive knowledge of city a...
Garden workshops at City Hall! January
The Washington State University Master Gardener Program and King County Master Gardener Program are pleased to announce that five gardening workshops will be held at Sammamish City Hall beginning in February. --Saturday...