Upcoming City Council Meetings

Upcoming Events

  • Sat Jun 23 - In its ninth year, Sammamish Walks is a program offered by dedicated volunteers in partnership with the City of Sammamish. Held from April through October, Sammamish walk events are leisurely strolls in our local parks, and focus on various nature-related topics. Most walks start at 10:00 AM and ...
  • Mon Jun 25
  • Wed Jun 27 - For more information, please visit the Sammamish Farmer's Market website.
  • Thu Jun 28 - Volunteer with the ongoing restoration efforts at Lower Commons Park, the headwaters of Ebright Creek. Volunteers will help enhance habitat by weeding and mulching native trees and shrubs. Give back to your community, learn about native plants and enhance wildlife habitat! This project is perfect ...
  • Sat Jun 30 - Volunteer with the ongoing restoration efforts at Lower Commons Park, the headwaters of Ebright Creek. Volunteers will help enhance habitat by weeding and mulching native trees and shrubs. Give back to your community, learn about native plants and enhance wildlife habitat! Sign up!

Community News

  • The City of Sammamish is pleased to announce the two winners of our recent Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP)Photo Contest: David Behrens (online voting winner) and Stephanie Kuwasaki (in-person voting winner). Over 250 photo submissions were sent into the #MySammamishForest Photo Contest by nearly
  • Sammamish residents should be aware of recent changes to the City of Sammamish fireworks regulations. Though fireworks have been regulated in the Sammamish city limits since 2000, this year’s changes to the regulations impact who can be held responsible for illegal possession and discharge of firewo
  • On Wednesday, June 6, the City of Sammamish joined with regional partners to break ground on the Zackuse Creek Fish Passage and Stream Restoration Project, a project to support restoration of kokanee in Lake Sammamish. Representatives and elected officials from the City of Sammamish were joined by C