On April 18, 2017, the Highland City Council adopted a Resolution declaring the intent to annex approximately 10.05 acres located at approximately 10400 North 6000 West.
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The City recently conducted a road study which recommended spending an additional $1 million per year on road rehabilitation. After a lengthy process, City Council voted to create a Transportation Utility Fee of $18.50 per month per utility connection.
This fee will begin on July 1, 2017.
The monies generated from the Transportation Fee will go into a Transportation Utility Fund with the following requirements:
Section 3-612 of the Development Code requires a permit when installing a fence, screen wall, or hedge wall on your property.
Cost is $25 and requires a simple review to ensure all guidelines are followed. Applications are available at the City office or at http://bit.ly/HC-planning.
The Beautification Committee is in need of more volunteers! For three years the beautification committee has cleaned up forgotten patches, done yard-of-the-month awards, & hosted back yard garden tours in conjunction with the Highland Fling.
We LOVE our green spaces here in Highland & are thankful to many adopt-a-patch volunteers who keep them more beautiful. If you see a space that needs attention, you too could be an adopt-a-patch volunteer. We have available patches in Windsor Meadows,...Read on...
The Highland Fling runs July 29 - Aug 5, 2017. This year’s Highland Fling will be a grand celebration of Highland City's 40 Year "Ruby Jubilee - Celebrating the Past, Looking to the Future"! This will be in addition to the usual fun events at the Fling.
We will have a 40 Year Dinner Celebration so save the date for Friday, Aug 4.
Looking for a job? Highland City has openings for Seasonal Parks and Streets Workers. See the link for all the details and to apply.
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.
Burn permits are only available online through the Utah Department of Air Quality (DAQ) http://air.utah.gov/OpenBurning/form/index.php. Permits are available between March 30 and May 30 and between September 15 and October 30.
You may use the public computers at City Hall and the Library to request a permit. If completing the open burn permit application online is not an option, a hard copy of the open burn permit application may be obtained by calling (801) 536-4000. Please no...Read on....
This year, Highland City will be holding a Municipal Election and will have two City Council seats as well as the Mayoral seat open. Each seat is for a 4-year term. The election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.
Please consider serving your community by running for office for one of these positions. Declaration of Candidacy Forms must be filed in person with the City Recorder at 5400 West Civic Center Dr. Highland, Utah from Thursday, June 1— W...Read on...
For years Highland has master planned for an East-West Connector road to connect Alpine Highway with North County Boulevard. However, this is a complicated project due to all of the entities involved and the length and cost of the road.
The Utah Department of Transportation recently commissioned a study to evaluate the traffic and transportation feasibility of the road. The results of that study are now available in the link below. The City will continue to work with all of the groups in...Read on...
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 & water from Deer Creek Reservoir.
Despite the amount of moisture received over the winter, we need residents to continue to conserve water as our data shows that our community uses 50% more water than needed to maintain yards. As residents, we need to reduce the amount of water used to en...Read on...
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).
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...