This Month: Noise, Lost and Found, Required House Painting
The “Ask the IHCA” monthly column returns to Connections this month! Look for it in the IHCA section of the paper each month.
The primary purpose of the IHCA is to preserve, maintain, enhance, and protect the value of property and amenities in the community in accordance with the governing documents. Here are a few of the most popular questions asked recently using the “Ask the IHCA” web form.
How early can landscape work begin in Issaquah Highlands?
The City of Issaquah defines quiet hours from 11pm to 7am. Landscape maintenance, including noisy equipment use, are compliant with City policy after 7am. Report any violations to the IHCA or City of Issaquah. Also, the IHCA landscape crew does not work on Sundays or holidays..
Does the community have a lost and found?
Lost articles found by Issaquah Highlands staff are either kept at the IHCA office, Blakely Hall, or turned over to the Issaquah Police Department as appropriate. Blakley Hall is the official lost and found repository for residents who wish to turn in a found item.
We received a notice requiring us to repaint the front trim of our house before the end of July. Could you extend the next inspection date to the end of this summer?
Yes! The IHCA understands that getting a contractor mid-summer can be difficult. For that reason, if you are unable to complete the required exterior maintenance on your home this season please contact a IHCA Community Manager and we will discuss the process for filing an extension.
The IHCA is happy to receive all of your inquires and are here to help. Submit your question to Ask the IHCA >>