Upcoming City Council Meetings

Upcoming Events

  • Mon Jan 22
  • Wed Jan 24 - Residents of the Zackuse Basin/Watershed are invited to attend a public meeting to learn about the Zackuse Basin Plan and provide input. The goal of the Zackuse Basin Plan project is to characterize current physical, biological, and water quality conditions in the Basin, also known as a watershed ...
  • Thu Jan 25 - The Human Services Task Force will meet from 12:00 - 2:30 p.m. at Sammamish City Hall in the Executive Briefing Room - Plaza 111.
  • Thu Jan 25 - Willow Bader’s dynamic art unites modern figurative subject matter with traditional mediums. The ancient technique of encaustic lends itself beautifully to the sensual physicality and boldness of her work. Free and Open to the Public Come meet the artists now on display at City Hall - enjoy an ev ...
  • Sat Jan 27 - 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

  • We are pleased to announce the first public event of the Urban Forest Management Plan project: a public education workshop led by the City's consultant for the Plan, the Davey Resource Group. The workshop will be held at City Hall from 6 to 7:30 PM on Wednesday, January 31, and will cover the follow
  • Whether you’re a small company, a well-established business, or a high-profile agency, there are a variety of sponsorship levels available for anyone interested in partnering with the city. Musical performances, Shakespeare plays, holiday celebrations – they’re all family-friendly marketing opportun
  • "Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve." ~Martin Luther King, Jr. Join the effort to plant native trees and shrubs and remove invasive blackberry in Lower Commons Park on the MLK day of service. Give back to your community, learn about native plants and enhance wildlife habitat!Sign up: