City Seeks Feedback with Issaquah Parking Online Open House
This fall, City of Issaquah staff investigated on-street parking in Olde Town, near the Issaquah Transit Center Park & Ride, and near the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride and interviewed over 700 residents, park and ride users, transit riders, seniors, and City employees to better understand how parking is being used.
Potential parking management options have been drafted based on the data collection and analysis. An online open house has been created for those who live & work in Issaquah to share thoughts on the potential parking management options.
City staff will present findings to the City Council early 2019. Input in the online open house will inform the City Council. Find more information and submit your data in the Online Open House HERE.