Monthly Archives

September 2016

Change is in the Air…Why You should Care

By | Connections, Front Page, Uncategorized

Three stories covering the latest news regarding development in Issaquah Highlands Moratoria Everywhere Development News by Nina Milligan, Highlands Council, Connections Editor ISSAQUAH (September 13th, 2016, Issaquah Press) – Out of nowhere, Issaquah City Council Enacts Six-month Development Moratorium SAMMAMISH (September 20th, 2016, Issaquah Press) – Sammamish City Council to…

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IHCA Fall Landscaping Schedule

By | Front Page, General

October landscaping schedule • Depending on rainfall, mowing ceases • Hanging baskets are taken down for the winter • Irrigation shut down begins • Leaf control begins • Start plant replacement • Start tree replacement November landscaping schedule • Shrub and vine pruning begins late in the month • Irrigation…

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IHCA ARC Tip of the Month

By | Connections, Front Page

Re: Accessory Structures Did you know?  Installation of any accessory structures, including trash can enclosures, require ARC approval and plastic sheds are not allowed in Issaquah Highlands. Also remember that they are subject to city permits and set-back requirements. Free standing sheds do not require a permit but must be…

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Neighbors and New Friends at the Market

By | Uncategorized

Arts and Culture Column By Kathryn Dean, Kirk Park As the leaves begin to turn, the kids return to school, and the lazy days of summer come to an end, there is one staple that continues…the Issaquah Farmer’s Market. Through September 24th, 9am-2pm on the Pickering Barn grounds, you can…

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