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City of Issaquah

Council Position No. 2

Zach Hall

Zach Hall

PO BOX 2292


(425) 614-8162

Education: Master of Public Administration, University of Washington (in progress); Bachelor of Science, University of Washington
Occupation: Issaquah City Councilmember; Vice Chair, Eastside Fire and Rescue

I’ve called Issaquah home for over 26 years. As your councilmember, I’m focused on balancing growth with community benefit, prioritizing public safety and emergency services, stewarding and celebrating our environment, expanding access to behavioral health and homelessness outreach services, and investing in the essential infrastructure we need to get around town quickly and safely. I’ve also helped lead efforts to promote transportation alternatives, like reliable public transit, neighborhood shuttle access, and bike and pedestrian paths.


Together, we can build on the progress we’ve made and turn our shared vision of a more balanced, sustainable, and affordable Issaquah into a reality. I love our city and I’m committed to its success. I’d be honored to earn your vote and confidence once again. 


Endorsed by Issaquah Councilmembers Walsh, Marts, Hunt, de Michele, and Joe, County Councilmember Perry, State Representatives Callan, Ramos, Senn, and Thai, KC and 5th LD Democrats, and many more.

Landon Halverson

Landon Halverson

175 1ST PL NW # 202


(425) 503-3140

Education: B.A Political Science, Miami University
Occupation: High School Marketing and Accounting Teacher, Issaquah Economic Vitality Commissioner

My name is Landon Halverson, and I am running for Issaquah City Council to get traffic moving, fight property crime, and address Issaquah’s soaring cost of living.


As a teacher who commutes daily, I know the importance of reducing congestion, which is why I support the installation of smart traffic signals citywide and working with County leaders to expedite transit projects to reduce pass-through traffic on Front Street. To address our cost of living crisis, I support the planned development of missing middle housing in Issaquah's urban corridors with an infrastructure-first approach, and will fight to protect the character of our historic streets and neighborhoods. As an Issaquah economic vitality commissioner, I have seen the need for additional support for local small businesses, and I will support Issaquah Police in aggressively pursuing retail theft. Let's keep working to move Issaquah forward, together.


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