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Posted on: January 31, 2019

Notice of Public Hearing

The Highland City Council will hold a public hearing on February 19, 2019 at 7:00 pm, or as son 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:

  • A Conditional Use Permit for a Park Maintenance Building located at approximately 5600 West 10400 North
  • Designation of Open Space Property for Disposal and Removal of Neighborhood Opt...
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What's Happening in Highland

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Posted on: February 14, 2019

Highland City Cemetery Cleanup Notice

Cemetery personnel will be performing a complete cleanup of the Highland City Cemetery

The goal of Highland City Cemetery staff is to offer families and friends that visit their loved ones a clean, beautiful, and peaceful environment
Please help us maintain this goal by keeping the cemetery clean

Weather permitting, cemetery personnel will ...

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Posted on: February 7, 2019

City Council Brief

Click here for a brief on the most recent City Council Meeting.

Council Brief for Feb 5:
  • Brady Mather, Paul Burnside, Tyler Loong, Lorie Lisonbee, Steven Hewett, Dan Stratton, Eric Gertler, Dan Reilley, Natalie Thompson, and Lorna Reed spoke in support of building a park in Highland and in favor of pickleball courts
  • She...
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Posted on: January 31, 2019

2019 Resident Survey

The 2019 Resident Survey is now open. Each household is encouraged to either fill out a paper copy of the survey and return it with your utility bill or in person to City Hall or take the survey online. Surveys are due by Thursday, February 28.

Please only one per household. There are 20 questions and none of them are required. If you have no opinion about any question, please skip it. Individual responses will be kept anonymous. Survey results will be shared at a later time. Please take this op...Read on...

Posted on: February 7, 2019

Delayed Christmas Tree Pickup

Christmas tree pickup was scheduled to occur between January 28 and February 5. Unfortunately, we have heard from a number of individuals that trees were not picked up.

Republic Services will be coming around February 12 -15 to pick up the trees they missed. If your tree was missed, please leave it out on the curb and remove all lights, stands, and decorations. Trees should not be placed in any type of bag. If your tree ...Read on...

Posted on: February 7, 2019

Development of Developmental Center Property

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.

The Boyer company is currently preparing a mixed use development plan for the property. Initial plans include a mix of residential products including town-homes, senior communities, small single family lots, and large single family lots as well as space f...Read on...

Posted on: November 6, 2018

Mountain Ridge Park

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.

On January 29, the Planning Commission decided to postpone their decision on the Conditional Use Permit for the Park until a sound study and traffic study could be completed. City Council will not consider the Conditional Use Permit until Planning Commiss...Read on...

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Posted on: December 10, 2018

Snow Reminders

The safety of Highland City residents during and after a snow event is a top priority for the City. Our staff utilizes all available assets as needed to clear the roads depending on the storm event, snowfall received, and duration of the storm.

Snow Plowing Priority

Please see the map for street plowing priority. Priority is based on the road classification and usage intensity. Streets identified as arterial or collector roads, which are deemed to be in the minimum network needed to provide basic...
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Posted on: December 19, 2018

Water Conservation

Did you know that Governor Herbert has declared a state of emergency for Utah because of drought conditions? Unfortunately, previous studies have shown that Highland residents use almost double the amount of water necessary for outdoor watering.

Because of drought conditions and our overwatering, we are using up the limited amount of storage that we have in our reservoirs. We’re anticipating a warm winter with low moisture, which means all Highland City storage will be gone this year if...Read on...

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Posted on: November 7, 2018

Green Waste Drop Off and Compost Pickup

Timpanogos Special Service District will be closing the green waste drop-off and compost pickup for the season. The last day of operation for compost/green waste is November 10, 2018.

After this time, compost will be sold by appointment only until spring 2019. Christmas trees will also be accepted by appointment. The green waste/compost will re-open March 6, 2019. To schedule an appointment call the TSSD office at 801-756-5231.Read on...

Posted on: August 29, 2018

Fire Fuel Reduction Guide

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