The IHCA is a non-profit community association in Issaquah Highlands. Our mission is to maintain the value of the property and a good quality of life for the residential community, which includes rules and restrictions, CCRs, architectural review, and maintenance of common areas such as parks and streetscapes.
The IHCA affairs are governed by the Board of Directors (BOD), each member with one equal vote. The Board of Directors is comprised of Issaquah Highlands Homeowners with representation from each Board District. The Directors are elected by homeowners.
Though we work closely with Highlands Council, we do not manage Blakely Hall, Connections, social media, or community events.
If you have any questions or would like further information about the IHCA, buying or selling a home in Issaquah Highlands, or desire to make changes to your home in Issaquah Highlands, please contact us directly.
What rules affect homeowners on a day-to-day basis? What do my homeowners association assessments pay for? And other questions.
Notices for home based businesses.
Direct Debit Authorization forms, Committee and Board applications, Home Business applications.
Guidelines for making changes to the exterior of your home or yard. All applicable applications.
Neighborhoods throughout Issaquah Highlands that have separate budgets for common area expenses related only to their area. Individual neighborhood documents include CCRs, By-laws, budgets, reserve studies, management reports, etc.
Homeowners rules and regulations and property management standards for all of Issaquah Highlands.
Names and contact information for Issaquah Highlands Community Association employees.
The Board of Directors is comprised of Issaquah Highlands homeowners with representation from each Board District.