IHCA Architectural Guidelines & Forms

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Delivery of the ARC application package is required to be received by the ARC at least seven (7) days prior to the next scheduled ARC meeting. ARC meetings are regularly held on the first Tuesday of each month. Any application received less than seven (7) days prior to the next scheduled ARC meeting will not be reviewed and considered by the ARC until the ARC meeting for the following month.

Architectural Guidelines >

Describes parameters for making changes to your home or yard.

Architectural Review: General Application >

Must be submitted to ARC for approval prior to making changes to your home or yard, except for items that have separate applications. (PDF)

Harrison Street Architectural Standards >

Describes parameters for making changes to your home or yard if located in the Harrison neighborhood. (PDF)

Grand Ridge Drive Architectural Standards >

Describes parameters for making changes to your home or yard if located in the Grand Ridge Drive neighborhood. (PDF)

Architectural Review: Solar Panel Installation Notification >

Must be submitted to the ARC for approval prior to installation of solar panels. (PDF)

Architectural Review: Air Conditioning, Heat Pumps and Generators Application >

Must be submitted to the ARC for approval prior to installation of ACs, heat pumps or generators. (PDF)

Architectural Review: Trash Can Variance Application >

Must be submitted to the ARC for approval if you have a valid reason for not storing your cans in your garage. (PDF)

Architectural Review: Fence Application >

Must be submitted to the ARC for approval prior to installing a fence. (PDF)

Architectural Review: Satellite Dish Notification Form >

Must be submitted to the ARC for approval prior to installation of a satellite dish. (PDF)

Small Landscape Project Guidelines >

Guidelines and sample designs of small landscaped areas.  Good for when you are replacing patches of grass. (PDF)

ARC Recommended Plant List >

List of approved plants to be used in landscaping, including plants that are banned in Issaquah Highlands. (PDF)