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Name not shown inside CENTRAL ISSAQUAH July 14, 2020, 4:06 PM

Please focus on providing clean water. Avoid adding any chemicals that do not contribute to that. Thank you.

Name not available inside SYCAMORE February 14, 2020, 5:04 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.51767, -122.026139 (Water shoots through the field next to the church and floods our street every time it rains. Part of land is cut and corner is church owned. Ditches along 6th are not properly maintained. Something needs to be done in the field to better control water runoff onto 6th Ave SE), Pin at 47.517905, -122.026151 (S/a), Pin at 47.516431, -122.026087 (New runoff into street from the field when issaquah creek reached stage 4), Pin at 47.517879, -122.026263 (All along 6th Ave, both sides, all winter ), Pin at 47.517582, -122.026231 (S/a), Pin at 47.517336, -122.02622 (S/a), Pin at 47.517281, -122.026016 (S/a), Pin at 47.517645, -122.026066 (S/a), Pin at 47.517535, -122.026066 (S/a)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.515267, -122.026097 (Building the nature field with a berm was excellent in preventing creek from flooding Lewis Lane/6th Ave like in 2009)
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Read about progress in eNews updates, Attend an open house, Attend a City Council meeting, Have City staff come to your neighborhood for a group meeting
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here

Name not shown inside SUMMERHILL (OAKCREST) February 14, 2020, 3:19 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.527735, -122.037419 (Flooding over parking lot of Issy Creek Dec 21 2019. No sand bags ), Pin at 47.542849, -122.065583 (water over the road sloping creek from Bergsma several years ago do have time to retrieve photos but about 5 year ago), Pin at 47.546325, -122.068158 (Water from all the up hill un named creeks in Dec 21 and Feb 6-8 flowing under newport way and ALL over the land and thru the trees on the others side into Tibbetts creek), Pin at 47.550566, -122.073651 (Schnieder creek Dec 21 2019 and Feb 6-7 jumping bank on the I90 side of Newport Way and floodling down the Anthology parking lots and overflowing out the back area into Creek ), Pin at 47.540693, -122.034169 (Water from Lakeside lot flowing over road into North creek ditch and Evergreen Ford gravel area Dec 21), Pin at 47.548944, -122.070218 (Anti Aircraft creek on the south side jumped bank and flood area Dec 21 on same day north side flood all of the creek critical area recently planted by RIVA and formed new channel to the nw toward the board walk. Same flooding happened on Feb 6-7)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.546242, -122.068158 (Increase in flows of all these unname creeks over the past 10 yr), Pin at 47.547445, -122.071248 (AA creek increase over past 10 yr)
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Read about progress in eNews updates, Attend an open house, Attend a City Council meeting, Have City staff come to your neighborhood for a group meeting, Other - Have chance to really input, give face to face feedback, not a very time consuming and combursume survey that most people will not take the time to do. Have meetings with the R&S board where there can be open discussion before staff make their mind up
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here, Work here, Spend time here for shopping or recreation

Name not available inside CENTRAL ISSAQUAH February 7, 2020, 2:02 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.538954, -122.04557 (I have seen a big puddle on Juniper street at least 5-6 times during this rainy season (since October 2019). It mostly covers the east bound lane. I think it is more of a low spot than a drain backing up, but am unsure about that), Pin at 47.551344, -122.057901 (Big puddle that I have seen 4-5 times over the rainy season. It is mostly in the east bound lane, on the Holiday Inn side of the road. I think this is a drainage issue, but also unsure. )
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? No
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Read about progress in eNews updates, Attend an open house, Attend a City Council meeting
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here, Work here

Name not shown inside NEWPORT February 7, 2020, 11:16 AM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.532819, -122.043692 (Road was entirely covered, unpassable, in December), Pin at 47.533065, -122.043627 (Water in ditch up to road levelNov, Dec, Jan, often), Pin at 47.532667, -122.043627 (water in ditch up to road level ), Pin at 47.532305, -122.043252 (water in ditch up to road level Nov, Dec, often), Pin at 47.532182, -122.043102 (water over road, all lanes, Nov and December, no obvious reason other than heavy rain), Pin at 47.532218, -122.042801 (water overflowing ditch onto road), Pin at 47.53182, -122.042791 (water overflowing ditch and road), Pin at 47.533587, -122.044518 (giant puddle along shoulder, Nov, Dec, often because of leaves and tree needles. I personally remove them along the road to help with drainage. Happens every year), Pin at 47.532942, -122.043853 (ditch overflowing), Pin at 47.533051, -122.043863 (road covered with water from ditches flooding on both sides), Pin at 47.534116, -122.041042 (big puddle, nearly always, along side of road and sidewalk. no obvious reason. have to walk on street. )
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.535978, -122.041559 (Creek levels get higher here than they used to. trials are covered often. Last few years. Negative change. Last 2-3 years. ), Pin at 47.536261, -122.040486 (Fewer fish than ever. Negative change. Last 3-5 years. Last 1-2 years most negative impact - fewest fish compared to past. ), Pin at 47.53387, -122.04039 (Where are the fish??Fewer fish than ever. Negative change. Last 3-5 years no fish compared to 5+ years ago Last 1-2 years most negative impact - fewest fish compared to past.), Pin at 47.539115, -122.042932 (Where are the fish??Fewer fish than ever. Negative change. Last 3-5 years no fish compared to 5+ years ago Last 1-2 years most negative impact - fewest fish compared to past.), Pin at 47.529612, -122.03912 (Where are the fish??Fewer fish than ever. Negative change. Last 3-5 years no fish compared to 5+ years ago Last 1-2 years most negative impact - fewest fish compared to past.)
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Attend an open house, Attend a City Council meeting
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here, Work here, Spend time here for shopping or recreation

Name not available inside MEERWOOD (SOUTH COVE) February 5, 2020, 8:23 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.559675, -122.086016 (Water coming from I-90 and W Lake Sammamish Pkw to houses below. No any border, any protection along W Lake Sammamish Pkw)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? No
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Other - use website
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here

Name not shown outside Issaquah Neighborhoods February 2, 2020, 9:48 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? No
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? No
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Other - Student in school.

Name not shown outside Issaquah Neighborhoods January 29, 2020, 8:20 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.529253, -122.038518 (Issaqauh Creek runs brown with sediment during storm events. High, rapid stormwater flows scour the creek, disturbing salmon redds.)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Spend time here for shopping or recreation, Other - long time volunteer activity with FISH and IHM

Joe Verner inside SUMMERHILL (OAKCREST) January 29, 2020, 12:59 PM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.55015, -122.075543 (Puddle(s) in eastbound lane of Newport Way NW at Oakcrest Dr. Heavy rains on a Sat in December 2019. Rain ran down the Oakcrest Dr hill and onto Newport because the storm drains at the foot of Oakcrest are not yet paved correctly; and, there are no satisfactory drains on the newly paved area where the roadway will become in the future.), Pin at 47.548968, -122.074513 (High water in AA Creek becasue of the heavy January 2020 rains. No overflow onto Newport Way near Oakcrest Dr.)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.549604, -122.075611 (Water in AA Creek only when it rains and runs down the creek from upper Cougar Mtn. No water in the creek during the dry season.), Pin at 47.548792, -122.074066 (Personally, I have never seen any fish in AA Creek on the south side of Newport Way at Oakcrest DR where AA Creek runs under Newport Way. Are there fish in Tibbetts Creek on the north side of Newport at Oakcrest Dr where the new Riva townhome's are being built in once what was called "Wetlands"?I've personally never seen fish in Tibbetts Creek on the north side of Newport Way NW near Oakcrest Dr.)
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Read about progress in eNews updates, Attend an open house, Other - joev@maryhammerlylaw.com
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here

Larry Franks outside Issaquah Neighborhoods January 29, 2020, 10:42 AM

Over the last year, do you remember seeing any flooding or large puddles in your neighborhood or where you spend time in Issaquah? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.529669, -122.039218 (Flood conditions under the pedestrian bridge at the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery. Approx. 1,350 cfs at the time of the photo, with a recorded peak of 1,800 cfs hours before.), Pin at 47.514913, -122.02512 (The box culvert that passes Kees Creek under 238th Way SE is filling up - when installed it had 4 feet of clearance; it has filled in with gravel and has been reduced to less than 2 feet. It still provides fish passage (should we have some) but at this rate will plug up and flood the road in the foreseeable future.)
Over time, have you noticed a long-term change in the way a creek flows, the quality of the water or how many fish are present? Yes
Please map it and tell us what you saw. Zoom in as necessary. Pin at 47.513969, -122.022357 (Kees Creek last hosted very few coho salmon recently. A few in 2015, quite a few in 2009, quite a few in 2003. FYI, I live just above the stream crossing of 238th Way SE, and check it most days of the adult salmon return season.)
We would love to include you in future steps in creating the storm and surface water master plan. Let us know what types of outreach work best for you. Select all that apply. Read about progress in eNews updates, Attend an open house, Attend a City Council meeting, Have City staff come to your neighborhood for a group meeting
How are you connected to Issaquah? Select all that apply. Live here, Spend time here for shopping or recreation, Other - Volunteer at the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery.