CITY OF ISSAQUAH
Following @KCPubHealth's new emergency measures, several Issaquah facilities will be closed to walk-in customers until further notice, starting March 12. We remain available during regular business hours at 425-837-3000 or via email.
ISSAQUAH PARKS & RECREATION
Issaquah Parks & Recreation facilities are now closed. The closure is in effect for the Issaquah Community Center, Julius Boehm Pool, and Issaquah Senior Center. Those registered for any cancelled programs will be contacted by Parks and Community Services staff with refund and/or rescheduling options.
If you have an upcoming private rental at the Pickering Barn, Tibbetts Manor, any city athletic fields or other city building, Parks and Community Services staff will be contacting you directly.
EASTSIDE FIRE & RESCUE
As a precaution, EF&R will suspend pub ed events, CPR/First Aid classes, station tours, & use of public meeting rooms through April. Thank you for your patience & understanding, as well as the role you play in helping keep our community safe, healthy, & strong.
ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT
Following the executive order issued by the Governor, the Issaquah School District will close all schools through the remainder of the school year. This closure includes the cancellation of all out-of-district transportation, events, practices, field trips and competitions.
All King County and Washington State Parks are temporarily closed. National Park roads and facilities are closed as well, however some park back country can be accessed for dispersed recreation. See individual park websites for more specific information.
ISSAQUAH SENIOR CENTER
While the Senior Center is closed, we will continue to offer take-home lunches for a suggested contribution. The contribution ranges from $4.50 for ages 60 or older. It will be $6.50 for those who are between 55-59 years old. We will also be serving a slightly different menu during this time.