The Highland City Council will hold a public hearing on May 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm, or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Highland City Council Chambers, 5400 West Civic Center Dr, Highland, UT.
The City Council will receive public comments concerning the following:
Highland City will offer for sale various office items and equipment for purchase by the public.
Highland City will be placing various items on the Public Surplus website for sale beginning April 22, 2019. Items consist of outdated and/or replace office equipment as well as equipment that is no longer in use. The public is invited...Read on...
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Council Brief for April 16:
Nominations for the 2019 Highland Fling Grand Marshal are now open. Do you know someone who should be honored for making an impact on our City or the residents?
As our 2019 Theme is "What a Wonderful World", we are especially looking for nominees who have immigrated from another country or who have made a global impact. Please submit your nomination by Monday, April 29 at the link below.Read on...
The Utah State Developmental Center (USDC) owns the 112 acres of property south of LPHS. Recently, the USDC Board voted to sell the land to Boyer company to develop. USDC plans on using the proceeds from the sale to fund the Center long term.
On March 27, the developers held an Open House to present a summary of the feedback they have received from the previous meetings and how they have adapted their plan based on that feedback. For example, the number of total units has decreased and the apa...Read on...
For some time, the Highland City Council has been looking into the possibility of selling some park land and using the proceeds to begin to develop the park next to Mountain Ridge Junior High School.
In January 2019, City Council approved a Master Plan for the park which included an asphalt parking lot, 27-court pickleball complex, 2 multi-use fields, an all abilities playground, a pavilion, restrooms, and walking trails. In April 2019, due to feedbac...Read on...
On March 13, a representative from the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), City staff, and the Mayor met with residents to give an update on UDOT's response to questions about possible changes to North County Boulevard.
Many areas of Highland are a Wildland Urban Interface which are beautiful, but also run the risk of wildfires. Check out this guide and inspection checklist to help protect your home.
Fire Fuel Reduction Guide