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Posted on: July 22, 2021

Highland City Municipal Elections - Candidate Bios

Vote Election Day

Read Candidate Bios for those running for Mayor and City Council

Candidate Bios for those running for Mayor and City Council, can be found here.  You may also listen to the candidate debate, which was held on Thursday, July 15th on Highland City's You Tube Channel.

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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: July 19, 2021

Highland Fling

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The Highland Fling is just around the corner! Registrations are open, free activities for all ages are ready, contests, tournaments and competitions are waiting for you! Don't miss a minute of the action!

Highland Fling Information 

Join us August 2-7 for the Highland Fling! Our theme this year is Reach! After a year of staying apart, we want you to reach out to your neighbors and get together again!

We kick off the week with a Block Party BBQ at Mi...

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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: July 8, 2021

Highland Glen Pond Water Quality Advisory

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A water quality advisory has been issued for Highland Glen Pond by the Utah County Health Department.

The Utah Department of Health had issued a temporary water quality advisory for Highland Glen pond due to E. coli bacteria.

At this time, the following precautions are recommended:

  • Do NOT ingest the water.
  • Do NOT go swimming or wading in the pond.
  • Wash your h...
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Additional Info... What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: July 7, 2021

City Council Brief 07-06-2021

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View a brief on the most recent City Council Meeting

City Council Brief for July 6, 2021

The City Council APPROVED the following on the CONSENT agenda:

  • Meeting Minutes - Regular City Council Meeting - June 1, 2021
  • Reducing the Size of the Library Board
  • Agreement: Workman Farms, LLC Utility Easement

The City Coun...

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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: June 8, 2021

Water Conservation

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Water flows from American Fork Canyon are only 30% compared to where they were last year and the lowest they've been in over 10 years! We are asking all residents to cut back on outdoor water use by 30%.

So, if your sprinkler stations water for 30 minutes, cut them back to 20. Your lawn will still get the water it needs. A recent study showed that as a whole, Highland uses double the amount of water necessary for outdoor watering.&nb...

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Posted on: May 3, 2021

Utility Rate Study and Culinary Water Increase

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The City Council has been updating the City’s Master and Maintenance Plans for our utility systems. These updates ensure that the City’s systems are maintained and upgraded appropriately so that services continue to run smoothly for residents.

The plan updates showed that the pressurized irrigation, sewer, and storm drain funds all have the appropriate amount of funding to keep up on the proper maintenance and capital projects. As such, no increases are being considered for any of those funds.&...

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Posted on: January 11, 2021

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Get notifications about local events, emergencies, news and more.

Want to know what’s on the City Council agenda? Want to hear what’s going on in the Library? Want to know what’s happening around the City? Want to find out about City events? Sign up at Alerts.UtahCounty.gov. You can choose ...
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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: March 25, 2020

Planning Commission Brief

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View a brief on the most recent Planning Commission Meeting

Planning Commission brief for May 25, 2021:

  • The Planning Commission APPROVED the minutes for May 25, 2021.
  • The Planning Commission recommended APPROVAL for a Development Code amendment to several sections related to parcel boundary adjustments, lot...
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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: March 20, 2020

Referendum of the Wimbleton Subdivision Open Space Disposal and Removal of Neighborhood Option Trail

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On December 3, 2019, City Council approved the Open Space Disposal and Removal of Neighborhood Trails in the Wimbleton Subdivision.

On December 10, 2019, citizens of Highland City filed a referendum application challenging that law and ordered that it be referred to the voters for their approval at a future municipal election. In order for the law to be placed on the ballot, sponsors ...

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