Gilman Town Hall Museum 165 SE Andrews St, Issaquah, WA98027 Gilman Town Hall Museum belongs to the Issaquah History Museums, formerly known as the Issaquah Historical Society.…More Visitors can explore the town hall, filled with rooms of photos and artifacts from the early 1900s. Exhibits feature a wide range of objects, from old cooking pans to hunting knives. Visitors may also sign up for a walking tour of the city and its other historical landmarks.
The City of Issaquah operates under the Mayor-Council form of government. In this form, the elected Mayor serves as…More the City’s chief administrative officer, and an elected seven member council serves as the City’s legislative body.</p>
<p>City Hall shares a physical location with the Issaquah Police Department; council chambers are located directly across the street at City Hall South, 135 E. Sunset Way.</p>
<p>The City Council holds regular meetings the first and third Mondays of every month, beginning at 7:30 p.m.</p>
<p>The City of Issaquah offers content from Issaquah ICTV Channel 21 through its web-based video streaming archive and some live streaming events.</p>
The City of Issaquah designated this central Issaquah park Veterans Memorial Field in 2005. Located just east of…More Front Street, the park is surrounded by community buildings, including the Issaquah Senior Center, the Issaquah Depot Museum, and Issaquah City Hall.</p>
<p>Veterans Memorial Park is a hub of activity during community celebrations and has a colorful train themed playground that's a popular gathering spot for families.</p>