Highland City Council has adopted a resolution indicating its intent to adjust its municipal boundaries with American Fork City
In order that the real property hereinafter described within American Fork City but contiguous to Highland City (the “proposed adjustment area”) will be transferred from the municipal jurisdiction of Highland City to American Fork City...Read on...
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Council Brief for June 4:
Lone Peak Fire and Police need an additional $701,000 in funding to maintain the level of service and improve officer recruitment and retention. The City Council is currently considering either a property tax increase or creating a public safety fee.
State law allows fireworks to be discharged for Independence Day, Pioneer Day, New Year's Eve, and Chinese New Year. Highland City has banned fireworks in potentially dangerous areas.
The Highland Town Center Splash Pad is officially open for business! As a reminder, the Splash pad open Monday-Saturday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (subject to mechanical issues, health inspections, and/or weather).
The Splash Pad will be closed from 2:50 - 4:00 PM. to allow time for cleaning and regeneration. The Splash Pad will not be open when temperatures are below 75 degrees, when high winds are present, and when thunderstorms or rain is present. The water will ...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.
Curious where the road fee money has gone the past couple of years and what projects are coming up this year? Check out the map at
The Highland City Council has recently taken measures to formally adopt an Ordinance on outdoor watering. This ordinance sets forth days and times that watering can occur and also establishes a penalty for those that are in violation.
The new Ordinance is meant to not only help us conserve water, but also to help with the functionality of the PI system city-wide.
Even Numbered Street Address: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
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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...
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