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  1. Support Play Structure Committee
  2. Have the city put in Speed Humps on 53rd St.
  3. Pilot a Neighborhood Watch on 229th Avenue

1.Support the Play Structure Committee

A Group has come together with the goal of having a permanent play structure put in at the park. They will be looking to raise $25,000. If you are interested in learning more, email the board or Amber Malmgren directly. If you are interested in investing to make this possible, please fill out the following, short form.

Benefits of having a neighborhood play structure:

  • Develops a strong sense of community
  • Creates social opportunities between parents and kids
  • Increases property values
  • Liability insurance and the finances needed to cover the structure will be covered by paying your HOA dues each quarter without any increase to your $70/quarter payment.

The Structure:

  • We are looking at structures designed for children ages 2-12
  • Maintenance is around $1500 every 4 years (the HOA will plan this into our budget)
  • Our current insurance policy has the coverage recommended to protect the neighborhood.
Possible Play Structure
If you would like to invest in this endeavor, please fill out the following form.


2. Have the city put in Speed Humps on 53rd St.

It has come to the Board’s attention that many have been driving recklessly up and down the hill on 53rd street. We strive to prevent any further accident or injury.

3. Pilot a Neighborhood Watch Program

Getting together a neighborhood watch is not as easy as it once was. The city of Issaquah has set up specific guidelines in order to obtain status and post signs for a Neighborhood Watch. We are working with Officer Ryan Smith to accomplish this goal. We plan to start the pilot on 229th Ave, but would like to support any others that are interested in the endeavor.

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