For the past three years, Highland City Council and Staff have conducted an annual resident survey. The survey is designed to find out how the City is doing and what residents think about certain issues.
Last year’s survey results were used to guide City Council during their decisions regarding Road Funding. In addition, the City learned that residents were supportive of all the changes that took place at the Library during 2016 as the percent o...Read on...
Check out the full 2018 garbage schedule at http://bit.ly/HC-garbage_collection.
Click here for a brief on the most recent City Council Meeting.
Council Brief for February 20:
The Lone Peak Public Safety Board hired Reed Thompson to be the new chief of Lone Peak Fire District.
Want to help make Highland an even more beautiful place? Volunteer for the Beautification Committee!
You can: adopt a patch around the City, volunteer once on a big cleanup job, or sign up to host a Garden Tour in your home as a part of the 2018 Fling. Sign up or get more volunteer ideas by calling Laura Dawson at 801-310-1009 or check out the January ne...Read on...
The safety of Highland City residents during and after a snow event is a top priority for the City.
Our Public Works department utilizes all available assets as needed to clear the roads depending on the storm event, snowfall received, and duration of the storm. Salt and sand are used only at intersections and other problematic locations to provide trac...Read on...
Summer is coming and pavilion reservations are in full swing! Visit http://bit.ly/HC-reserve to make any reservations you need for this year.
Now that the Transportation Fee is in effect, the Rehabilitation Projects are beginning.
Repair work such as crack sealing is taking place now throughout the City. 2018 reconstruction projects based on the Rehabilitation and Maintenance Plan adopted as a part of the 2016 Road Study will go out to bid in January and based on pricing, final pla...Read on...
Four legged friends (including dogs and horses) are more than welcome on City trails. However, please be courteous to other trail users and remember that all pets must be on a leash and owners are responsible to clean up after their pet.
Did you know the Highland Historical Society is now online?