City of Sammamish - COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information & Resources
City Hall Current Status: Closed to in-person visitors.
As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to spread in King County, Sammamish City Hall remains closed to in-person services. Please view our website for information about how to access services virtually.
Covid-19 Information and Resources
Please visit Connect Sammamish for information and resources on the Covid-19 emergency.
Sammamish Re-opening Plan
The City of Sammamish has developed a plan for reopening City facilities in a way that protects the health and safety of Sammamish’s community members, customers, elected officials, and staff. You may view the Sammamish Re-Opening Plan at the link below.
This plan includes a framework for reopening City facilities in four steps, but it does not identify a specific reopening date. Instead the Plan relies on important indicators, such as the level of Covid-19 community transmission, to determine when the City is ready to move between steps. This stepped approach will help limit Covid-19 exposure and ensure the City has the necessary supplies and staffing capacity to safely reopen.
The process for returning to in-person public meetings will generally follow the steps of this Plan. Meetings of the City Council as well as the City's boards and commissions will remain virtual through at least the end of October 2021.
City staff presented this Plan to City Council at its September 7, 2021 meeting. Staff will return with another update to Council at the beginning of November 2021.
Click here to view the Sammamish Re-Opening Plan (please note: this document is subject to change based on new information).
The Sammamish City Hall opened in July 2006. It is located high atop the Sammamish Plateau, at the intersection of 228th Ave SE and SE 8th Street.
City of Sammamish 801 228th Ave SE Sammamish, WA 98075 Phone: (425) 295-0500 Fax: (425) 295-0600 M - F, 8:30 am - 5 pm (Permit center closes at 4 pm)
From Issaquah / I-90
From Eastbound I-90, take exit #15 (Lake Sammamish State Park). Turn left and go over the freeway onto the Renton/Issaquah Road. This road becomes SE 56th Street. Follow past Costco, the Fed Ex depot, and the 76/Brown Bear station.
At signalized intersection of SE 56th and East Lake Sammamish Parkway, turn left onto E. Lake Sammamish Parkway. After about a mile, turn right at the roundabout onto SE 43rd Way. Continue about 3.5 miles. SE 43rd becomes 228th Avenue SE and continues about 2 miles to a signal at the top of the hill, at SE 8th Street. Turn left into the City Hall parking lot.
From Redmond / SR 520
Follow Eastbound 520 to the SR 202 Redmond/Fall City Road Exit. Turn right at the end of the exit and follow SR 202 east approximately 2.5 miles to a signalized intersection at Sahalee Way. Turn right onto Sahalee Way and continue over hill and past the Sammamish Highlands Shopping Center, and a 2 miles beyond to the signal at SE 8th Street and 228th Avenue SE. Turn right into the City Hall parking lot.
LEED Building - Silver Level
The Sammamish Commons project is designed to comply with a Silver Certification level according to the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Rating System. Details on the LEED program can be found here.
An informational brochure about the Sammamish Commons and City Hall project can be viewed here.
For information on King County green buildings click here.