Issaquah Valley Senior Center is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization located in Issaquah Valley. We offer recreation, education, health and wellness and educational programs for older adults, age 55+. We are located behind City Hall in downtown Issaquah, next to the Train Depot.
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays CLOSED
**Center is closed if Issaquah School District is closed for inclement weather.**
Annual membership dues are $15.00 per person. Older adults (age 55+) do not have to be members to participate in Center activities and programs.
Board of Directors
The Center has a Board of Directors that holds monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. All Board meetings are open to the public. The Board has eleven members who serve two year terms. Board elections are held every year in March.
2014 Board of Directors Election Results:
- Craig Hansen, President
- Carmen Llewellyn, Vice President
- Toni Patterson, Secretary
- Judi Schrager, Secretary
- Bill Drummond
- Boyd Peterson
- Ken Kenyon
- Phil Pitruzzello
- Rosemary Still
- Dave Waggoner
- Larry Williams
Health & Wellness
- Fitness classes
- Tai chi
- Line Dancing
- Podiatry Clinic
- Blood Pressure Checks
- Health Insurance Counseling (SHIBA)
- Legal Recommendations
- Equipment Loan (Limited supply of canes, walkers, & wheel chairs ONLY)
- Bi-Monthly transportation for grocery shopping
Directions from I-90
I-90 Eastbound: Take exit #18 toward Sunset Way. Stay to the right taking the E. Sunset Way ramp. Turn right at the stop light onto E Sunset Way. Turn right on 1st Avenue, and then the 1st right into the parking lot. We are the single story brick building next to the park.
I-90 Westbound: Take exit #18 to Sunset Way. Turn left at the stop light onto E Sunset Way. Turn right on 1st Avenue, and then the 1st right into the parking lot. We are the single story brick building next to the park.