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Sammamish WA TidbitsSammamish is not your typical city because it is situated on an elevated land. The elevation of Sammamish's highest point is 540 feet while average elevation is around 310 feet. According to the city's website, its 2016 population was 61,250 residents. The combined land and water area of Sammamish is 18.47 square miles.
Aside from being close to Lake Sammamish, Beaver Lake and Pine Lake two of the biggest lakes surround the city. Sammamish is also encircled by key cities such as Redmond, Carnation, Bellevue, Issaquah, and Fall City.
For the most part, Sammamish was an unincorporated portion of King County. The tables turned when resorts were starting to be made during the 1930s. Slowly, the once quiet plateau turned into a mix of residential houses and commercial establishments.
In 1991, plans to merge Sammamish with the nearby Issaquah did not push through. The next year, Sammamish voted to incorporate. However, becoming a city was difficult during that time as there were certain policies given by the county government and residents need to unanimously agree to incorporate. After years of waiting, Sammamish became a city on August 31, 1999.
A total nine parks are in the city and they are as follows: Beaver Lake Park, Big Rock Park, East Sammamish Park, Ebright Creek Park, Evans Creek Preserve, NE Sammamish Park, Pine Lake Park, Sammamish Commons, and Sammamish Landing.
Beaver Lake Park used to be a privately-owned resort during the 1930s and then, King County bought the property. In 2003, King County decided to transfer Beaver Lake Park to Sammamish. Now, Beaver Lake Park is a 83-acre tract filled with wooded forests and hiking trails.
The northern portion of Beaver Lake Park is perfect for those who want to commune with nature and wish to experience a tranquil atmosphere. Visitors can easily access Beaver Lake or head to the lake's facilities. Two rental spaces are available: 1) Lodge at Beaver Lake and 2) The Beaver Lake Pavilion.
The western section is for the physically fit and active. On this side of Beaver Lake Park , there are sports fields for Baseball, Soccer and Softball, a playground for kids, a picnic shelter with barbeque grills, and an off-leash park for your cute pets.
If you want to go shopping, there are three options: Sammamish Highlands, The Village at Sammamish Town Center, and Klahanie Shopping Center. Sammamish Highlands is where you will find supermarkets like Safeway, pharmacies like Bartell Drugs, and specialty stores like Trader Joe's. The Village is the biggest among the three strip malls and it's where you will find local grocers like Metropolitan Market.
According to a census data published in 2012, the average income for a family was $152,364 and Sammamish's per capita income that year was $55,550. That same year, Forbes recognized Sammamish as the #1 Friendliest Towns in the U.S.
Sammamish was also awarded as the country's 5th safest city. In 2007, CNN Money named Sammamish as one of the Best Place to Live . Sammamish was consistently on the same list and it was #12 in 2009. Finally, it gained the 15th spot in 2011.
On January 1, 2016, Sammamish expanded further and Klahanie was added to the city. Currently, Sammamish follows the Council - Manager form of government. The people elect seven city councilors and in return, the elected council members need to decide who among them will become the city mayor.