Issaquah Highlands combines the convenience and excitement found in dense cities with the quality of life found in the suburbs. Environmentally sensitive with safe neighborhoods, excellent schools, and many recreational opportunities-our community provides an ideal place for you and your family to live, work, and play.


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Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) serves homeowner needs and handles property management of Issaquah Highlands.

 Highlands Day Festival 2016



Latest News

News below comes from our monthly Connections, web news, Facebook or community media sources.


Harborstone CU Ribbon Cutting

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This morning the community gathered at Harborstone CU, our newest business to open in Grand Ridge Plaza, Issaquah Highlands, located at the corner of High Street and 10th, right next to Ben and Jerry’s. Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler and Harborstone CEO Phil Jones did the honors, with the Issaquah Chamber of…

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Shelter Holdings Presents:

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Shelter Holdings Presents: Development concepts for their land along 9th Ave NE By Nina Milligan, Communication Manager, Highlands Council, Issaquah Highlands 7/18/2016 UPDATE: A few quotes from Issaquah Highlands residents regarding the Shelter Holdings proposal for the land along 9th Ave NE: “I have been impressed by Shelter Holdings’ desire…

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Photo Treasure Hunt – July 2016

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Issaquah Highlands Photo Treasure Hunt Every month we publish a photo of something (or somewhere!) in the Highlands. It is up to you to guess where the photo was taken! Last month’s photo was of “Big Suspended Six Inch Closed Knot,” the hanging sculpture in the lobby at Swedish Medical…

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Restoring Ashland Park, with Milenko

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By Erika North, IHCA Senior Community Manager As published in Connections, June 2016 Twenty years ago, when Issaquah Highlands was still in its conceptual stage, a prominent visionary and self-described “recovering artist”, Milenko Matanovic, was introduced to the CEO of Port Blakely Communities, Judd Kirk. Milenko became an integral part…

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Tackling Traffic, Seeking Voter Approval

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By Nina Milligan, Highlands Council, Communication Manager Last night at Blakely Hall, City of Issaquah Deputy City Administrator, and Issaquah Highlands resident, Emily Moon provided an in-depth progress report on the City’s efforts to “tackle traffic” in Issaquah. She began her presentation by going back in time, summarizing several of…

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Improvements Made. Money Saved.

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The IHCA Annual Report The Issaquah Highlands Community Association, or IHCA, is the homeowners’ association in Issaquah Highlands. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of Issaquah Highlands Homeowners with representation from each Board District, elected by the homeowners. Its mission is to maintain property values and…

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