Monthly Archives

June 2016

Tackling Traffic, Seeking Voter Approval

By | Front Page, General

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.

By | Connections, Front Page

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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They’re Ba-a-ack!

By | Connections, Front Page, Uncategorized

They’re Ba-a-ack! Approximately 400 goats will return to Issaquah Highlands for several weeks this month. Goats from Healing Hooves arrive at Vista Park July 3 or 4. Goats from Rent a Ruminant arrive at “Tract CW” (near 1642 24th and 1645 25th Avenues).  They will be at both locations for…

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IHCA Helps to Maintain our “Green”…

By | Uncategorized

IHCA helps to maintain the ‘Green’… The IHCA certainly does its part to ensure and enhance the ‘Living Green’ philosophy of Issaquah Highlands.  You can see this in many areas of our operations. One way the IHCA supports our Built Green community is that they use goats to maintain our…

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Volunteer of the Month – Sarah Games

By | Connections, Front Page

June 2016 Volunteer of the Month: Sarah Games Many Highlands community gardeners and neighbors have noticed the community garden shed is sporting a fabulous new look: barn yard red with bright white trim!  The idea for the update wasn’t mine. In fact, it wasn’t anyone’s idea until some hooligan decided to…

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Photo Treasure Hunt – June 2016

By | Connections, Front Page

Every month we publish a photo of something (or somewhere!) in the Highlands. While some months are easier than others, all photos will be of something accessible to the public. It is up to you to guess where the photo was taken! Last month’s photo was of Logan Park between…

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