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Youth City Council & Youth Service Committee


The Highland Youth City Council & Highland Youth Service Committee are great opportunities for youth to serve their community.  

The Highland Youth City Council (HYCC) provides opportunities for leadership, community events, community service, and governmental learning. Applicants must live in Highland City and be in grades 9-11 to be a council member and grade 12 to be a Jr. Advisor.  The Council is limited to 18 youth and will serve a term of 12 months from January - December 2018. The Jr. Advisors must have been a previous Youth Council member, are limited to 2 youth, and serve a 6 month term from January to June 2018.  Some of the activities the Youth Council participates in include: USU Leadership Retreat, Legislative Day, Easter Egg Hunt, Arbor Day Tree Planting, Highland Open House, Highland Fling, Senior Citizens Appreciation Dinner, and Christmas Crafts Day. 

The Highland Youth Service Committee (HYSC) provides opportunities to serve the community through various projects throughout the year.  Some of these include: Arbor Day Tree Planting, Highland Fling, Parks & Cemetery clean up and more.  There is no limit on the number of HYSC members and they are asked to attend a minimum of 4 service projects each year.   

More information and application for 2018 HYCC & HYSC are now available.  Please see the links below: 

The Highland City Staff Advisor for HYCC & HYSC is Julie Tapusoa. City Council Advisor is Tim Irwin.  Parent advisors are needed!  


For additional information, please contact Julie Tapusoa at 801-772-4507 or