Lake Sammamish Flooding 2020

Posted by admin on February 22nd, 2020

 

May 25 2020

 

WSSA Video Review of Lake Sammmaish Flooding 2020

This 20 minute video presentation provides background facts and factors surrounding Lake Sammamish’s mismanaged water levels and repeated flooding of shoreline properties.

 

2020 Flooding Survey

 

 

 

February 2020

Damage Photos, Letters of Concern,
Citizen Petition, Estimated Damages

 

2020 Lake Sammamish Flooding Document Download

Lake Sammamish Flooding

Posted by admin on February 14th, 2020

 

 

Lake Sammaish Flood Petition Feburary 2020

Lake Samm shoreline neighbors,

 

The recent extreme high water on the lake is only partly Mother Nature’s fault; it is also a consequence of the failure of a government flood control project and ongoing government inaction.  Measures can be taken to address this problem.

 

Interested in more background about the lake and its drainage – to read the more detailed background, click here.

 

The petition itself is online.  This is the document we will send to the agencies listed below.  To review the petition, click here.

 

But in any case, please complete the on-line survey by clicking here

This is where you can approve the petition and provide some additional information and comments.

 

Responses will be compiled an submitted to The Corps of Engineers, King County, and the cities of Bellevue, Redmond, Sammamish, and Issaquah.  Something can be done, but it won’t happen unless we bring pressure to bear on those who can take action.

Thank you,

Your Lake Sammamish neighbors

Willomoor Floodplain Restoration Project

Posted by admin on April 16th, 2019

Submission of Water Level Issue Photos to King County Willowmoor Project

Posted by admin on October 30th, 2018

Submisson To KC Willowmoor Project 10_2018

Large Wood Debris in Rivers Public Meetings | June 12 and June 13

Posted by admin on May 10th, 2018

King County’s flood risk reduction and habitat restoration projects sometimes require the placement of large wood into rivers and streams. Large wood can slow down a river, create pools and hiding places for young salmon, and bolster levees or revetments that protect people and infrastructure from flood risks. If you would like to learn about King County projects that involve the placement of large wood, please join us for a conversation about our current projects.

  • 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, June 12, Issaquah Fish Hatchery, 125 W. Sunset Way Issaquah
  • 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, Riverbend Club House, 17410 S.E. Renton-Maple Valley Road, Renton.

Some of the projects to be presented are:

For more information, contact Laird O’Rollins.

A Homeowners Guide to Landslides

Posted by admin on April 16th, 2017

Homeowners Guide to Landslides

Corps Review of Impacts of Proposed Floodway Alterations – Sammamish River

Posted by admin on February 10th, 2017

Letter to Corps Feb 2017