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

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Latest News

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Your Community At Work April 2015

Our Community At Work

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By Christy Garrard, Executive Director, Highlands Council and Dahlia Park Resident As published in April 2015 Connections I often have the opportunity to share the Urban Village inner workings of Issaquah Highlands.  Recently I was explaining what Highlands Council is and what the organization does.  As I continued, the person’s…

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001 NEW IHCA Budget Expense pie chart

IHCA 2015-16 Annual Budget Development Underway

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By Rachel Garrett, IHCA Director of Community Operations (Originally published in March 2015 Connections News) The Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) Finance Committee has been preparing the IHCA 2015-16 budget for IHCA Board of Directors approval and community ratification. Finance Committee members are appointed by the IHCA BOD and work…

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Route 628 Bus lable

Who is the Pioneer Among us?

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By Nina Milligan, Communication Manager, Highlands Council The Metro Community Shuttle Route 628 began serving the Issaquah Highlands one month ago. Availability of transit is key to the success of our community and the Route 628 bridges the service gap between the majority of residents and the Park & Ride….

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Blakely Hall at Christmas

Blakely Hall, More than a Building

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Reflections from Community, Then & Now (Abridged from the March Connections feature story. See the full version (with fun photos!) HERE.) Blakely Hall opened its doors as a community center in March of 2005. We hope you enjoy this walk down memory lane; from construction to completion. When constructed, Blakely Hall…

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Riding the 628 Shuttle

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By Nina Milligan, Communication Manager, Highlands Council Have you tried the new Community Shuttle, Route 628? Surely you have seen the cute little green shuttle bus darting around on Park Drive recently. I have and was curious about how to get on board one of those cute green shuttle busses….

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June CONNECTIONS Honors Graduates!

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Are you graduating or know someone who is? All Issaquah Highlands residents graduating from high school, university or technical college are welcome to submit a listing for our third annual showcase of graduates. If you have a graduate, honor them (even surprise them!) by sending us the information listed below…

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Chinese New Year and Art!

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Just in time for the Chinese Heritage Club Chinese New Year celebration on February 28th at Blakely Hall, artEast installed a new show featuring several talented Chinese artists. The show runs through the month of March. artEast is proud to represent artists who reflect the many cultures of the Issaquah Highlands. This show is…

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