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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Braving the Storms

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Connections featured several winter emergency preparedness stories in the November issue. Here they are, all together! Are You Ready for Storm Season? By Christy Garrard, Executive Director, Highlands Council, CERT Team 9 Member, Dahlia Park Resident This month we launch a new monthly column regarding tips for preparing for emergencies. …

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Neighbors Thanking Neighbors

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Thank a Neighbor 2015 In this our second annual Thank a Neighbor issue of Connections, we again invited the community to express thanks for neighborly kindness they have enjoyed here in Issaquah Highlands. This story complements Turning 40 Acts of Kindness, our other feature story, by Heather Moffat.Enjoy here this year’s…

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Gary Ashby working at Highlands Day in 2014 with Dr. Shadi and Dr. Ray from Highlands Dentistry, also volunteering.

Volunteer of the Month: Gary Ashby

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(Gary working at Highlands Day in 2014 with Dr. Shadi and Dr. Ray from Highlands Dentistry, also volunteering.) I was very fortunate as a child to be raised by parents who felt strongly about serving in the community. They felt it was important to volunteer in the community because it helps create…

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Get Ready for the Unexpected

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by Christy Garrard, Dahlia Park, Highlands Council Executive Director Disasters in the Pacific Northwest are most often unexpected.  When the worst happens and lives, the environment, and overall public health is at risk our emergency service agencies will be initially overwhelmed by the demand.  This issue of Connections introduces basic…

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