About Issaquah Highlands

Discover Issaquah Highlands

Issaquah Highlands combines the convenience and excitement found in dense cities with the quality of life found in the suburbs. Built Green 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.

Issaquah Highlands is an Urban Village located in the picturesque foothills of the Cascade Mountains in Issaquah, WA, less than 20 miles east of Seattle, with easy access to I-90 and public transit options.

General Questions?

Contact Highlands Council
425-507-1107

Homeowner’s Association Questions?
Contact IHCA at 425-427-9257

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Celebrating 20 Years of Community

“Our Home, Our Future, Our Commitment”

In 1998, the first residents moved into their homes in Issaquah Highlands. It is a place where front-porches and public spaces provide opportunities to live in community with each other. We will commemorate the 20-year milestone throughout the year, reflecting on this place we call home, while looking forward to the future and committing to the values that make Issaquah Highlands a special place to live, work and play.

Learn more about the 20 year history of Issaquah Highlands on our blog.

Development

Today Issaquah Highlands boasts over 4,000 homes. We have our own community center, Blakely Hall. We have our own hospital, fire station, elementary school, retail, restaurants and services, plus thousands of preserved acres of open space, parks, trails and athletic amenities.

Our community is almost done growing. The future holds more homes, and retail and commercial development on over 20 acres of build-able land, in addition to the possibility of a new elementary school and perhaps even a college!

To get the latest updates on development projects in Issaquah Highlands, please visit our Development page.

For information about buying and selling real estate in Issaquah Highlands, please visit check out our Real Estate Guide.

Land Use Stats

2,200 Total Acres

100%

Publicly-dedicated to open space: 1,540 acres

70%

Dense housing, retail and commercial: 484 acres

30%

Housing Stats

4,075 Total Homes

100%

Owner-occupied: 3,125 homes

75%

Rental Housing: 950 homes

25%
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Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA):

Homeowners Association that prides itself on ensuring homeowner satisfaction by maintaining common areas and delivering unsurpassed customer service in all areas of management – all of which is translated in the growth of the community, ever rising property values, and nationally known recognition. The IHCA works closely with other Highlands non-profits to continue that tradition and foster greater community spirit.

Address: 1011 N.E. High Street, Suite 210, Issaquah WA 98029
Phone: 425-427-9257
Webpage

Highlands Council:

Community non-profit organization, in addition to the Homeowners Association, tasked with building community in Issaquah Highlands. Highlands Council owns and manages the Blakely Hall Community Center, supporting clubs and groups, and hosting special events and programming.  Highlands Council publishes the monthly Connections News and manages all official community-communications including: this website, the weekly e-letter, and social media presence.

Address: 2550 NE Park Drive, Issaquah, WA, 98029
Phone: 425-507-1107
Webpage

Highlands Fiber Network (HFN)

Highlands Fiber Network:

Issaquah Highlands’ community-owned, fiber to the home, optic communication system delivering data, voice, and other advanced communications services to every home in Issaquah Highlands. Dedicated Gig E service is also available!

Address: 2550 NE Park Drive, Issaquah, WA, 98029
Phone: 425-427-0999
Webpage

Community Guiding Principles

Sustainability and Stewardship: A thriving, efficient, sustainable community that cares for and preserves the natural environment for ourselves and for generations to come.

Diversity: Issaquah Highlands attracts a diversity of incomes, household make-ups, lifestyles, activities, ethnicities, and backgrounds. A diversity of land uses, architecture, and amenities enrich people’s lives.

Community Values: Issaquah Highlands values individual privacy and provides opportunities for social interactivity and community life for adults, children, and seniors that promote common values and shared responsibilities.

Pedestrian-Friendly Design: Issaquah Highlands’ community plan, infrastructure, and amenities are designed to encourage walking, bicycling, and transit use.

Civic Celebration through Public Amenities: Issaquah Highlands provides high quality common buildings and public spaces such as community center Blakely Hall and our numerous parks.

Civic Celebration through Public Amenities: Issaquah Highlands provides high quality common buildings and public spaces such as community center Blakely Hall and our numerous parks.

A Local Context: Issaquah Highlands has a unique and memorable identity as a neighborhood within the City of Issaquah. We commemorate and celebrate the rich history of the region.

Contribute to the Good of the Region: Issaquah Highlands is a complete community that accommodates living, working, learning, playing, and nurturing while contributing to the richness, opportunity and quality of life of the region.

Vitality, Flexibility, and Collaboration: Issaquah Highlands is economically vital and a viable community where the collaboration of public and private interests offers positive responses to the changing needs of the future.

Stewardship: Issaquah Highlands provides public infrastructure that is high quality, efficiently maintained, and economically serviced.

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