Big Ideas - Help Shape the Future of Sammamish!
2023 is an important year for Sammamish. Big plans are underway, and we want to hear from you! What are you interested in? Choose at least one topic that’s meaningful to you and then click the link to learn more and sign up for updates. It’s that easy! We’re excited to work together to shape Sammamish for generations to come.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belongingdiversity_1
The City of Sammamish is working on ways to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in measurable ways. We want to hear your ideas!LEARN MORE
Help shape Sammamish for years to come! The City’s Comprehensive Plan guides nearly every aspect of how Sammamish grows and develops. The plan is undergoing an update to make sure it reflects the community’s vision.LEARN MORE
Parks & Recreationsports_handball
What changes would you like to see when it comes to parks, recreation spaces, and events? Learn more about the 2024 Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan.LEARN MORE
The Housing Action Plan will evaluate local socioeconomic and housing conditions, identify local housing needs, and plan for how Sammamish can accommodate them.LEARN MORE
What can one city do to help the planet? The Climate Action Plan will identify measurable actions to reduce the City’s greenhouse gas emissions and climate impact. The plan will be shaped by a community advisory group.LEARN MORE
The Transit Plan will help Sammamish achieve a multi-modal transportation system to safely and efficiently get you where you need to go. Your input will help the project team develop strategies to improve transit services.LEARN MORE
Planning Major Parksgrass
Beaton Hill Park and Big Rock Park South have been going through a master planning process. Next up: concept design is starting soon for the “Notch” property located within the Town Center mixed-use area.LEARN MORE
How does a city balance the budget? What services are important to the community? What’s the right mix of revenues and expenses that will make sure that the City of Sammamish can achieve long-term financial stability?LEARN MORE
Environmentally Sensitive Areasforest
Environmentally sensitive areas are protected through the City's Critical Areas Ordinance, which is undergoing an update this year. We want to hear from you!LEARN MORE