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
Saturday, August 29th 2015


Latest News

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

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Congrats Class of 2015!

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Kendra Brown Issaquah High School IH Neighborhood: Wisteria Park Post-Graduation Plans:  Attend University of San Diego to major in International Business.   Robyn Davidson Issaquah High School IH Neighborhood: Summit Park Post-Graduation Plans: Attend California Polytechnic State University in San Luis majoring in Chemistry on a pre-law path; Law School to…

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Bears Like Our Garbage!

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There have been many big, black bear sightings in Issaquah Highlands this spring. The most recent was Wednesday morning. Yet another Dahlia Park resident woke to find that their back yard gate had been ripped apart by a bear gaining access to their garbage cans, stored in the yard. The IHCA…

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Bear Sightings Throughout IH

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Be Bear Aware: Many Sightings in Issaquah Highlands Our state wildlife managers would like to remind us how to avoid conflicts with bears. Rich Beausoleil, bear and cougar specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the department has already received reports of black bear activity in King and…

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Life Without a Car in the ‘Burbs

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By Nina Milligan, Editor, Resident Crofton Springs Local “Freebie” intercity Route 200 comes to Issaquah Highlands Monday, June 8! Nearly 25% of Issaquah Highlands could be considered Transit Oriented Development (TOD). Virtually everything built west of 10th Ave NE can be considered TOD. It may sound a little crazy to…

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