City of Sammamish
Perched above Lake Sammamish on the edge of the Cascade foothills, the Sammamish Plateau is located just minutes from Bellevue, Redmond and Seattle. The Sammamish Plateau was part of unincorporated King County for most of its recorded history. The plateau remained a mostly rural area until suburban homes, shopping centers, and schools were built in the 1970s and 1980s. Sammamish was officially incorporated on August 31, 1999 and Sammamish annexed Klahanie on January 1, 2016.
At times, the Plateau feels like two worlds melded together by its geography. Some parts of the Plateau look like a scenic country drive dotted with large estates and farm-style homes on acreage with horses, and many residents report seeing deer, raccoons, bobcats, and even the occasional bear. Other areas have been developed into denser suburban neighborhoods with plenty of amenities, such as stores, businesses and parks. In fact, residents say it is the amenities that set the area apart and make it a unique place to live.
|Sammamish Public Services|
|Police (Office)||(425) 295-0770|
|City Hall||(425) 295-0500||www.sammamish.us/government/about/city-hall/|
|Sammamish Library||(425) 392-3130||kcls.org/locations/1534/|
|Sammamish Town Center||www.sammamish.us/government/departments/community-development/current-projects/town-center/|
|Electric/Natural Gas Puget Sound Energy||
|Water & Sewer
Sammamish Plateau Water