City of Sammamish - COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information & Resources
Snow showers will continue through the evening, then break up by around midnight tonight, with occasional flurries. Expecting accumulations of 2-4" with this one, with ice concerns as well.
A more significant wave of snow arrives at around noon-1 PM on Monday, with steady snow expected through the rest of the daytime hours. Periods of snow will continue through Monday night and into Tuesday.
Accumulations of 3-7" are expected by Tuesday morning, with more snow still expected on Tuesday.
Sammamish crews are working around the clock to clear the city’s priority routes.
Please keep in mind that, in addition to snow, there may be ice on the roads.
Stay off the roads, if you can; if you can't, please stay alert.
City Hall is closed to the public and all personnel not directly supporting the winter storm response and recovery operations should not report to work tomorrow.
Issaquah and Lake Washington Schools are closed.
City parks are closed.
We do not have an update from Republic Services regarding Monday's trash pick-up; their website should be updated later tonight or early Monday.
King County Metro will be operating an Emergency Snow Network of service on Monday and Tuesday.
To report a medical emergency or down power line, dial 911.
For non-emergency, non-snow related situations, please use the City's online tracking and reporting tool: https://www.sammamish.us/how-do-i/my-sammamish-fix-it//
The City has a web page with information about Winter Storm Readiness.
For the most up-to-date information, including weather-related road conditions, please follow the City on Facebook and Twitter. You can also find additional winter storm tips and resources here.
You can also view our traffic cameras.
Please stay safe out there!
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