Cascade Highlands Neighborhood Association

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Welcome to Cascade Highlands

Cascade Highlands, one of the larger Vancouver neighborhood associations with a total population of approximately 3,500, is located between SE McGillivray and SE Mill Plain, and between SE Blairmont/Parkcrest and SE 164th Ave. It was recognized as the City of Vancouver's 51st neighborhood association on December 20th, 1999.

The area is a mix of large commercial enterprises, restaurants and fast-food places, smaller businesses, a church, Homestead Park (located at 1800 SE 159th Place), two bank branches,  Read More...

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The Vancouver police need your help in getting information about an act of vandalism that occurred at my very elderly grandmother's home in your neighborhood at approximately 4pm Saturday 09/27/14. A... more
Started: October 2nd 2014Replies: 0

Pesky Children

Has anyone else had trouble with kids throwing things at their houses?  My elderly mom lives on Solomon Loop, several times she's had kids throwing things at her house. They even run up on the... more
Started: September 15th 2014Replies: 0

Albertsons Building

Does anyone know what the plan for the Albertson's building on 164th is?   more
Started: January 9th 2010Replies: 1

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