City of Issaquah

Michelle Enebo and Dr. Brenna Born, M.D. Swedish Issaquah

2020 Community Hero Award: Michelle Enebo

By General
Michelle Enebo In a virtual awards ceremony last week, Central Park resident, Michelle Enebo, was awarded the 2020 Community Hero Award by the city of Issaquah. Highlands Council nominated Michelle for the award in recognition of her extraordinary efforts to raise money to provide Swedish Issaquah staff with meals and...
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IHCA 2020/2021 Fiscal Mid-Year Recap

By Connections, IHCA
Sarah Hoey, IHCA Executive Director Last year was all about changes; whether it was changes due to COVID-19, or moving the Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA) office to a new location. Despite these changes, the IHCA remains fully committed to doing what is in the best interest of the community...
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IHCA Winter Snow Removal Service

By Connections, IHCA
Expectations for the Upcoming Season This winter, it’s important to stay warm, stay informed, stay safe, and have reasonable expectations (otherwise known as WISE). There are 484 acres and over 4,000 homes of serviceable snow removal areas within the Issaquah Highlands community. During a large snow event, the city of...
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Homebound Holidays: A Quarantine Halloween

By Connections
Chelsea's daughter, Adara (left) with friend, Anika, trick-or-treating on Halloween in 2019. Halloween is one of my family’s favorite holidays. There’s always a lot of excitement around costumes, decorations, and strategizing how to get more candy year after year. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Halloween will certainly be different this...
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