July 27, 2010
Ever wonder who wears our city and county police uniforms?
Well, head down to Issaquah City Hall or the Maple Hills Community Center between 5 and 7 p.m. Aug. 3 and you can find out – even better, our men and women in uniform will cook up free hot dogs.
“It is something our officers have come to look forward to, barbecuing and meeting the public,” Sgt. Scott Trial said. “It is a really important partnership between the citizens of Issaquah, the business community and the police department to solve crime and know what to look for in suspicious activities.”
This year marks the 27th annual National Night Out, a night designed to encourage residents in cities and counties throughout the nation to come out and meet each other and local law enforcement officers to find ways to fight crime and keep their communities safe.
July 23, 2010
NEW — 10 a.m. July 23, 2010
County Executive Dow Constantine and other leaders head to the Eastside on Monday night to listen to concerns from some rural King County residents.
The public forum includes representatives from the Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council — a volunteer group set up to foster ties between county leaders and residents in the area surrounded by Issaquah, Maple Valley, Newcastle and Renton.
Join Constantine, Sheriff Sue Rahr and other county department chiefs at Hobart Community Church, 27524 S.E. 200th St., Maple Valley. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. Participants can arrive at 6:30 p.m. to review maps and brochures about county services.
December 17, 2008
UPDATED — 2:45 a.m. Dec. 17, 2008
Forecasts are predicting snow for Issaquah today.
The city of Issaquah’s Public Works Operations team has pretreated many roads in the city — including those located in the higher elevations and along major routes — with anti-icing material.
Officials are warning drivers to prepare for winter driving conditions.
November 4, 2008
Representatives from King County’s six unincorporated area councils, including the local Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council, met with county officials Oct. 28 in Woodinville to discuss issues facing the areas in the year ahead.