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Posted on: August 29, 2016

American Fork River Contamination

A portion of Highland City's Pressurized Irrigation water does come from the American Fork River. The City is aware of the water contamination issue and will continue working closely with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and others.

According to the Utah DEQ, there are high levels of metal in American Fork Rivers sediment, but lower concentrations in the water. The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food does not believe the water poses a risk to livestock or crop irrigation. Further...Read on...

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Posted on: August 31, 2016

Job Openings for Seasonal Parks Workers

Highland City is now hiring Seasonal Parks Workers. Click on the link below for more information and to apply.

On-line job application
Posted on: May 10, 2016

Notice of Outdoor Water Conservation

Highland City is encouraging water conservation efforts to allow sufficient water throughout the spring and summer to all residents. Please see the Watering Days schedule according to your address listed below.

Highland City’s pressurized irrigation (PI) system is a valuable resource for residents. The City’s primary water source for the PI system is the American Fork River and water from Deer Creek Reservoir. These sources of water will be limited due to a seri...Read on...

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Posted on: April 11, 2016

Fence Permits

Section 3-612 of the Development Code requires residents to obtain a permit when installing a fence, screen wall, or hedge wall on their property. The cost is $25 and does require a simple review process to make certain that all guidelines are followed.

Applications are available at the City office or on the website at: http://www.highlandcity.org/index.aspx?nid=223. You may also contact us at planning@highlandcity.org or (801) 772-4515 for more information.

Posted on: February 24, 2014

Residential Burn Permits

The open burn policy was changed in 2013 to meet the revised standards of the State Department of Air Quality (DAQ). Burn Permits will not be available at City Hall or at the Lone Peak Fire Department. Instead permits will be available free on-line.

While the DAQ allows the fall burn season to run from Septem-ber 15—October 30, local Fire Districts maintain the right to restrict those dates based on weather conditions. Right now the Lone Peak Fire Department is planning on restricting burn permits fr...Read on...

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Posted on: June 6, 2016

Election Information

Elections this year are conduceted by the Utah Couty Clerks Office. For Election Information please visit their website at www.utahcounty. gov or call 801-851-8109.

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Posted on: March 7, 2016

Road Maintenance Map

Road Maintenance Map for 2012 to 2016

Attached is the road maintenance map plan for 2012 to 2016. This map shows the various types of projects done around Highland to help improve the roads since 2012. This map was produced by Highland City GIS and is for general reference only. Accuracy, com...Read on...

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Posted on: December 7, 2015

A Glimpse into Highlands Past

The Highland Historical Society features articles each month to highlight individuals in Highland who have made an impact to the community. This month’s full article, can be found on the Highland Historical Society page (see link below).

Highland Historical Society page
Posted on: November 5, 2015

North Utah Valley Animal Shelter

Interested in adopting a pet?

The North Utah Valley Animal Shelter (NUVAS) has a great selection of pets to choose from. NUVAS is a special services district providing animal services to the communities of north Utah County. To view the available pets for adoption, please visit http:/...Read on...