Upcoming City Council Meetings

Upcoming Events

  • Sat Jul 21 - 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 last 1-2 hours. Vol ...
  • Sat Jul 21 - 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
  • Sat Jul 21 - Featured Play King Lear An aging monarch’s last act could destroy his kingdom. After ruling for many years, Lear decides to divide his lands and wealth between his daughters. Overestimating their love and loyalty, Lear finds everything that defined him as a king ripped from his hands. Only after ...
  • Mon Jul 23
  • Tue Jul 24 - KidsFirst! performances are geared for a toddler through elementary age audience. All events are free and open to the public. Featured Entertainment Reptile Isle, Hands-on Adventure Parking Parking lot; additional parking available at Challenger Elementary, 25200 SE Klahanie Blvd.

Community News

  • On Tuesday, July 17, the City Council appointed Glenn Akramoff as Acting City Manager for the City of Sammamish. Akramoff will be temporarily replacing Lyman Howard, who had served the City of Sammamish for over 17 years, first as Finance Director, then Deputy City Manager, and for the last two year
  • CITY PROJECTS · 2018 City Pavement Program –Contractors will be completing paving on Klahanie Blvd from Issaquah/Pine Lake to 245th Ave SE. One lane will be open throughout the entire paving project, but vehicle travelers should anticipate delays due to flagging. You may want to consider alternate r
  • The City of Sammamish Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP) team is pleased to introduce the UFMP Storymap, an exciting and interactive new tool that can help community members understand the strengths and benefits of our urban forest, as well as the opportunities and challenges that it currently face