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Levy Development Committee 2022

A community Levy Development Committee met from December 2021 to January 2022 to form a recommendation for a package of levies for a 2022 ballot measure. The committee will presented its recommendation to Superintendent Ron Thiele, who brought a final recommendation to the Issaquah School Board at its Jan. 27, 2022 School Board Meeting.

The Levy Development Committee considered the proposed content, total cost and tax impact of three proposed ballot measures: an Educational Programs and Operations Levy (formerly called the Maintenance and Operations Levy), a Capital (Technology and Critical Repairs) Levy, and a Transportation (Bus) Levy. Considering the current economic climate, committee members were charged with proposing levy packages that include funding essential to:

  • Ensure the Issaquah School District has all the resources necessary to meet its mission and Ends student learning goals;
  • Safely and efficiently maintain facilities and property according to state and district use standards and schedules.

Committee Information


Levy Development Committee meetings were open to the public and held on various Tuesdays and Thursdays through December 2021 and January 2022. Agendas were posted before each meeting; mini summaries were made available two business days after a meeting; and official notes were posted as soon as possible following each meeting.

Levy Measures on April 26 Ballot

To read about the three proposed levies on the April 26 ballot, visit our news section.

Community Involvement

  • E-mail your comments to Your comments will be shared with each committee member at each meeting.
  • Review materials in the public binder at Levy Development Committee meetings.
  • Review the materials in the public binder at the Administration Building during business hours.