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Klahanie is a planned community in Sammamish, Washington, United States. Prior to its annexation by the city of Sammamish in 2016, Klahanie was a census-designated place (CDP) in unincorporated King County.
Klahanie is home to many different neighborhoods inside its boundaries, such as Heatherwood and The Willows. There are two schools in Klahanie, Beaver Lake Middle School and Challenger Elementary School, both in the Issaquah School District. There are two community pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, and parks.
Klahanie opened in 1985 as one of the first planned communities in the Pacific Northwest. The 884-acre (358 ha), 3,200-home community was planned with small yards to complement large communal open spaces.
Klahanie is located between the cities of Issaquah and Sammamish and its annexation became a point of conflict between the two cities in the 1990s and 2000s. The government of King County mandated that Klahanie accept incorporation into either city in the early 2000s, leading to the community weighing its options. In November 2005, the area voted to be annexed into Issaquah, but voted against taking on a portion of the city's debt. In July 2006, Issaquah decided to shelve its plan to annex Klahanie to avoid paying $17 million in road improvements for Issaquah-Fall City Road.