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Advertising & Outreach: Your Partner in Prosperity

Highlands Council is pleased to offer opportunities for community outreach, including digital and print advertising; unique to most large-scale, master-planned communities.

Highlands Council manages official media and social programming in Issaquah Highlands. Our staff of communications and marketing professionals is a tremendous resource for growing your business in this community.

We know from experience that businesses that support our community are very well supported BY the community. Contact me! Let’s talk about an outreach plan that best fits your business needs in 2021.

– Christy Garrard, Highlands Council Executive Director
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2021 Advertising Options

NUSA 2020 Connections Winner Badge

Connections was the 2020 Neighborhoods USA Nonprofit Print Newsletter of the Year! Read more here >

Connections — a nationally recognized community newspaper direct mailed to every residential and commercial door in Issaquah Highlands with stacks distributed at local gathering spots, including Swedish Issaquah, local coffee shops, and the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride (5,000+ issues).

Connections will be printed quarterly in 2021 (January, April, July, October), returning to a monthly print publication in 2022. Ad sizes are available for every price range.

2021 Digital Advertising

Community News & Media page on

  • Limit three businesses per month
  • $300 per month
  • Ad size 250 pixels x 250 pixels

Weekly community e-news

  • Over 4,000 subscribers!
  • Only $75 per week!
  • Limit two advertisers per week

Connections Ad Sizes and Rates

Format Size Monthly Rate
Rectangular Horizontal 4.625″ x 3″ $150
Square 4.625″ x 4.625″ $195
Quarter Page 4.625″ x 6.25″ $275
Half Page Vertical 4.625″ x 13″ $495
Half Page Horizontal 9.625″ x 6.25″ $495
Full Page 9.625″ x 13″ $950

Link your print ad in Connections online: $70/month
Connections Ad Contract Discounts: 10% off with 4 issues paid in advance.

Join the Connections team

Highlands Council is always looking for volunteer contributing writers, photographers, and graphic designers. For more information, contact Lindsey Pinkston, Community Program Manager, at

Submit a Connections announcement

Free for Issaquah Highlands residents only. Click here to submit online >

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Current Issue

In reading this year’s IHCA annual report for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, you would never guess the team faced office closures and pandemic restrictions in the past year. In fact, the past year has sparked a new season of growth for the IHCA, including hiring new staff members, taking on major reserve projects, managing the final transition of the community from master developer Port Blakely, and embarking on a new five-year parks plan. If you see an IHCA staff member out in the community, including the hardworking landscape and maintenance crew members on the cover of this issue, please take a moment to thank them for all they do.

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