Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons
Accepts Section 8 vouchers
930 NE High Street, Issaquah, WA 98029 (map)
YWCA Family Village at Issaquah is a new affordable housing community in the Issaquah Highlands neighborhood that includes children’s play areas, a skybridge to a Park & Ride and a bus stops, and on-site child care center. It is part of a walkable community next to several parks and Swedish Medical Center Issaquah. The local school district is rated one of the best in the state.
Types of Units (26 Total)
6 — 2-bedroom & 1-bath
20 — 3-bedroom & 2-bath
Amenities & Services
Skybridge to Park & Ride, nearby parks, on-site childcare center, a smoke free campus, a YWCA regional office which may offer services such as employment training, parenting classes, financial counseling, after-school activities and mental health support services.
Groceries & Shopping
Grand Ridge Plaza, Starpoint Shops, and The Shops at Issaquah Highlands
Routes with stops located within a half-mile walk:
200P / 216P / 218P / 219P / 269 / 554 / 555P / 556P / 628P
P Peak service only – weekdays during commute hours, usually in just one direction
This community has an overall walk score of 64 out of 100.
This is considered somewhat walkable, meaning some errands can be done on foot.
The overall score is based on the walkability of several types of amenities, including groceries (75), shopping & errands (86), schools (19), dining (75), and parks (100).
Blakely Hall Community Center, Regal Cinema, nearby walking and biking trails, Vista Park, Ashland Park, Mountain Bike Skills Park, and Highlands Youth Soccer Club
Swedish Medical Center at Issaquah (in walking distance), Overlake Hospital
Issaquah School District
How to Apply
Download, print, and submit the subsidized housing application. Make sure you choose the the Private Housing option in the "Additional Housing Types" section of the application form. Note: you cannot select specific Private Housing properties; you can only choose the general area in which you want to apply. You may return the application by mail or at your nearest KCHA property management office.
KCHA provides reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities. This makes their living arrangements, as a whole, comparable to that of other residents. To learn more about accessibility at Family Village, contact the office listed below.
930 NE High Street
Issaquah, WA 98029
Visit the Family Village website