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Issaquah is a clear choice for active outdoor buffs, water fans, and nature lovers.


Welcome to Issaquah

Issaquah, Washington is a rapidly growing and high-end community where thousands of Washingtonians have chosen to settle, due to its natural beauty and suburbial amenities. Located just 17 miles east of Seattle, Issaquah claims the south end of Lake Sammamish and its remaining three sides as outlined by the Issaquah Alps: Cougar, Squak, and Tiger Mountains. Issaquah is a clear choice for active outdoor buffs, water fans, and nature lovers.

Issaquah Resources

About and Official City Links


Parks & Recreations
Attractions & Activities

Real Estate

List of neighborhoods
  • East Village
  • Gilman
  • Highlands
  • I-90 Subarea
  • Lake Tradition
  • Montreux
  • Newport
  • North Issaquah
  • Olde Town
  • Park Pointe
  • Squak Mountain
  • Sycamore
  • Tibbetts Creek Valley
  • History

Incorporated in 1892, Issaquah has deep roots in the mining and lumber industries. Economical progression for more than 123 years currently leads with Boeing, Microsoft, Costco, and Swedish Medical Center to fuel the development and cultural diversity in Issaquah. Forbes Magazine ranked Issaquah as the second-fastest growing suburb in the State of Washington. More impressively, Issaquah stacks up well nationally and is one of the 100 fastest growing cities in America.


The lives of Issaquah residents revolve around plentiful business opportunity and recreational fun. Filled with growing neighborhoods, thriving companies, and great schools, Issaquah provides an abundance of resources and community-minded events for all ages. Here are some of the perks available in Issaquah:
  • World-renowned hot spot for paragliding on Tiger Mountain
  • Rigorous hiking trails, and other physically challenging outdoor activities for the adventurous sort
  • Salmon Days Festival; this record-attending community celebration kicks off with the Grande Parade and boasts two fun-filled days of activities, sporting events, art walks, and international food tastings
  • Farmer’s Market, attracting patrons from miles around for more than just local produce. This seasonal market is a central establishment for local artists, trade booths, family activities, musical performances, as well as on-site cooking and gardening classes
  • Championship golf courses and country clubs
  • Cougar Mountain Zoo, committed to endangered species and education


Shopping & Dining
  • Jak's Grill

  • Levitate Gastropub

  • Agave Cocina

  • Aji Sushi

  • WildFin American Grill

  • Pogacha

  • Thai Ginger

  • Sip Wine Bar

  • Gilman Village

  • REI

  • Issaquah Farmers Market

  • The Grange

Things to Do
  • Tiger Mountain

  • Lake Sammamish

  • Issaquah Alps

  • Poo Poo Point Trail

  • Squak Mountain

  • Tibbetts Valley Park

  • Pickering Barn Issaquah Creek

  • Issaquah Highlands Park

Real Estate

As you can see, there are plenty of advantages with choosing your next home in Issaquah. Regardless of whether you want to buy a new home in one of Issaquah’s most exclusive neighborhoods, or you’re in the market for a townhouse or a condo, Issaquah is an up and coming community with plenty offer.
To get in touch and learn more about the current homes available in Issaquah, click here or give Roy Towse a call today at (425) 444-8089. He’ll be happy to get to know more about you and your ideal Issaquah home.

Overview for Issaquah, WA

39,057 people live in Issaquah, where the median age is 36.8 and the average individual income is $78,581. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

36.8 years

Median Age


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Demographics and Employment Data for Issaquah, WA

Issaquah has 16,361 households, with an average household size of 2.37. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Issaquah do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 39,057 people call Issaquah home. The population density is 3,219.98 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


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Median Age

48.61 / 51.39%

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Schools in Issaquah, WA

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The following schools are within or nearby Issaquah. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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