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The City of Sammamish aims to ensure that all its residents - including those with low income - can get needed human services. To do that, Sammamish uses some of its local tax money to fund certain programs, carefully selected through a competitive process.

In return, the programs offer services that are affordable (low cost, adjusted according to income, or free) and accessible. Programs typically receive support from the City for two calendar years.

Every other spring (2012,2014, and so on), the City accepts proposals from non-profit agencies seeking funding support in the next biennium.

2-1-1 Community Information Line

King County 211 - Find Community Resources

Need assistance? Don't know who to call? Visit the Washington 2-1-1 website or call 2-1-1 for referrals to local health and human services, including housing, food and clothing, volunteering, caregiver resources, legal help, utility assistance, health care, and disability services.

If your cell phone does not connect, dial 1-800-621-4636. TDD 206-461-3610.



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As a community, we strive to provide the best quality resources available for our aging populations.

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Staff Contact

Allison Gubata, Community Services Coordinator, (425) 295-0579