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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COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (HOA)

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

Highlands Day Festival
Saturday, August 29th 2015
4pm-8pm

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Latest News

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

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Mentors Help Students Find Their VOICE!

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Connections, Back to School issue, September 2015 By Susan Gierke, Director, VOICE Mentor Program VOICE (Volunteers of Issaquah Changing Education) is an in-school volunteer mentoring program helping students in ALL 24 Issaquah schools. VOICE is powered by caring community volunteers who donate one hour a week to mentor students in…

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Books for Keeps

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Have you got extra teen-appropriate books to share? A devoted reader and current Highlands Youth Co-President (been part of the HY board for two years), Chloe Kilzi is hosting a teen book drive as part of her Girl Scout merit program.  The Little Free Bookshop is an ongoing book collection…

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IHCA, New Directors to the Board

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The Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) Board of Directors (BOD) announces its newest members, voted in to serve in Board Districts #1, #3, and #5. Each year, the homeowners elect members to the Board. In odd numbered years, the community elects Board District Directors in odd numbered districts. They were announced at the July 29th Annual Member Meeting at Blakely…

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