Stage (height) at Issaquah Creek near Hobart gage
|Expected Flood Impacts and Actions
|1 - No flooding typically occurs
||King County staff are on alert. Issaquah Public Works and Police Department are notified. Standby monitoring begins.
|2 - Minor Flooding
||Frequently flooded areas can expect flooding. A few street closures due to water on roadway. City of Issaquah Public Works Operations Department begins flood-fighting activities.
|3 - Moderate Flooding
||Considerable flooding on Issaquah Creek, Tibbetts Creek, and the East Fork of Issaquah Creek. Flooding possible in many creekside areas. Issaquah Public Works' full flood-fighting effort in effect.
|4 - Severe Flooding
||Extensive flooding, similar to February 2020, or greater throughout Issaquah and Tibbetts Creek valleys. Issaquah-Hobart Rd SE and SR 900 may close due to water and debris over roadway. Maximum flood-fighting effort in effect.