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Nina Milligan, Highlands Council Communications Manager

Public Speaks on Commercial / Retail Proposal in Issaquah Highlands

By | Development News
Issaquah Highlands is not done growing yet! Issaquah Highlands has over 2.8M square feet of additional development zoned for commercial/institution. A few of the largest potential land developments are still in planning stages, including a plan for future development is from Shelter Holdings, the owners of the property along 9th...
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Holi 2018 at Marymoor Park in Redmond, about 20 minute drive from Issaquah Highlands.

What Holi Means to Me

By | Connections
by Prachi Taunk, an 8th grader at PCMS and life-long resident of Issaquah Highlands Between vibrant bursts of color, a group of dhol (a traditional wooden drum played in India) players dance around as people spray each other with colored water while children run around, chasing and throwing powder colored...
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IHCA Snow Notice For This Weekend

By | IHCA
Dear Issaquah Highlands Community: This coming weekend meteorologists are forecasting several major snow events. The IHCA is preparing for these snow events in conjunction with the City of Issaquah and a third-party snow removal contractor. These snow events may delay service to your portion of the community. A majority of...
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Volunteer of the Month, Sophia Hashmey

By | Connections
As published in February 2019 Connections News. Sophia Hashmey is a freshman at Issaquah High School and a member of the Highlands Youth (HY) Board since 2017. Besides her work with fellow HY members, Sophia did two individual projects for Highland Council, a spectacular splatter-paint rendering of Blakely Hall and a carry bag with lovely original drawing of Blakely...
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