HFN’s Internet service is unparalleled for its speed, reliability, and price making Issaquah Highlands the premier “Connected Community” in the northwest. Upgrade today and take advantage of everything your community fiber network has to offer!
Issaquah Highland’s residential Internet service is the fastest of any residential neighborhood in the area.
The only true fiber-to-the-home service in the region with no boosting, no throttling, and no bandwidth caps.
Get 24-hour-a-day customer support right in your community instead of worlds away.
The HFN Quantum product line of 10, 100 or 1,000 Mbps gives Issaquah Highlands residents options to fit every need.
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Each unit within the covenant properties at Issaquah Highlands must include at least one connection to the community network system. Required at closing is a $250 connection fee for this service payable to Highlands Fiber Network (HFN). This fee, like your HOA dues, goes towards paying for the infrastructure that is being built out by Highlands Council. In addition, there is a minimum required monthly periodic fee, which will be billed to you monthly after closing. The monthly periodic fee pays for completing the network build out, maintenance, and the Internet service itself. At this time the monthly periodic fee plan is made up of two components: The Network Facilities Fee of $21.95 that is collected on behalf of Highlands Council, and the Quantum 10 Internet fee of $28.05 which gives you 10 megabits of symmetrical Internet access, for a total monthly fee of $50.
To learn more about HFN and the Covenant for Community, we suggest you start by reading the Covenant. To get a copy, go to the Issaquah Highlands community website at www.issaquahhighlands.com. Click on Highlands Council link under the "Learn" tab. Scroll down to the Covenants, By-Laws, Budget & FAQ section. Once there you will see a section called "Covenant for Community". Click the download link to download the most recent version in PDF format. The section that refers to HFN is found in Section 6.4 of Covenant for Community.