Devoted to preserving the pristine natural surroundings of the environment, Issaquah sits at the foot of the Cascade Mountains, just minutes to downtown Seattle. With its historic downtown, Issaquah offers small town charm with equal accessibility to city life and outdoor recreation. In addition to more than 200 miles of hiking trails in and around Issaquah, Snoqualmie Pass Ski Resort is just 30 minutes away. The city is located on the Southern shores of Lake Sammamish and the state park includes boat ramps, swimming areas and picnic facilities. Salmon returning from the Pacific Ocean to spawn can be seen in downtown Issaquah at the state’s most visited salmon hatchery. Historic Pickering Barn offers a family friendly farmer’s market every Saturday from mid-April through October.

Top-rated schools, friendly neighbors, acres of parks and recreational areas to explore, all within close proximity to a major hub of commerce, industry, arts and culture, Issaquah is fast-becoming THE destination for new residents and new families in the Puget Sound region. A diverse and thriving residential location, ideal for  families, Issaquah is a community with its own unique and well-preserved history and culture, along with the vibrancy of young professionals, retirees, and growing families… your move to Issaquah may just be one of the best moves you make.

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Population: 32,633

Median household income: $87,038

Median home price: $442,600