Welcome to Mirrormont, a beautiful community nestled in the trees of Tiger Mountain’s southwestern foothills. Please take a look at this entire website for information related to Mirrormont and our surrounding area. We hope you will enjoy living in Mirrormont – we feel it is a very special and unique place!
Below are some articles about Mirrormont and its residents.
- Mirrormont, Nature-loving neighborhood, thrives at 50 (archive.org mirror)
- Issaquah Living Winter 2013 – Mirrormont Park
- Issaquah Neighborhood Guide – Mirrormont
- Gardeners Grow Spirit in Pea Patches (archive.org mirror)
Mirrormont Community Association
The Mirrormont Community Association (MCA) is open to anyone residing in the greater Mirrormont/Tiger Mountain Road area. It is an organization of interested residents who work together on community projects and neighborhood concerns. All Community Association members are able to participate in events. Details about membership activities and benefits can be found here.
Membership dues are assessed annually in the amount of $50.00 per calendar year, payable January 1 of each year. You can pay your dues online via PayPal on our membership page, or mail a check to:
PO Box 476
Issaquah, WA 98027-0476
While it now seems like it has always been there, our 11-acre park is a recent addition to the community. In 1999 MCA volunteers began to work through legal and financial hurdles, then managed the construction, until 2008’s Grand Opening Community Picnic in the Park. The park continues to be maintained by volunteers who spread chips and gravel on paths, cultivate the native plants, weed, and remove invasive plants. King County mows the grass and tends to hazardous trees. In 2014 the MCA Park Committee received a grant from Washington Native Plant Society to create signs and a guidebook for 40 native plants. More information can be found here.
Mirrormont Pea Patch
Conceived in 2008, sponsored by the MCA, and initially funded by a grant, this community garden was built by volunteers. Gardeners must be MCA members, and pay an additional fee for access to garden plots. Twenty-two families planted their first gardens in 2010, and periodic potlucks help participants grow community as well as vegetables. Biweekly Growing Groceries Clinics led by a Master Gardener during the summer are open to all Mirrormont residents. Pea Patch details can be found here.
50th Anniversary Celebration
On September 21, 2012, over 400 Mirrormont residents marked 50 years as a community with historical displays, a speakers’ panel, live music, a beer & wine garden, food trucks, face painting and games for kids. The historical displays are brought out each January for viewing at the MCA Annual Meeting. There is also plentiful information on the history of Mirrormont here on our website!
Mirrormont Country Club
There is a country club facility within the Mirrormont community. This is a private club that is managed separately from the MCA. Membership details can be found at www.mirrormontcountryclub.org.