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Meetings
Unless advertised otherwise, City Council meetings are held at 7:00 PM the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 5400 West Civic Center Drive.

2018 Meeting Schedule

 


Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are typically available the week prior to Council meeting. Minutes are available following approval by Council. Audio is generally posted two days following the meeting.

Most Recent Agendas, Minutes & Audio

Access to Statewide Public Notifications including City Council, Planning Commission, Committee Agendas, Meeting Minutes, and various other notifications can be found at www.utah.gov/pmn.


Council Meeting Briefs
Council briefs are a short summary of Council meetings including actions taken, presentations given, and a voting record.

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Contact
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Members

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Brian Braithwaite
Email:

Phone: (801) 492-1069

Term Expires: January 2020

Assignments: Lone Peak Public Safety Board (Fire Only), Timpanogos Special Service District, Highland Fling Committee, and Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee


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Ed Dennis
Email:
Phone: (801)718-6326

Term Expires: January 2020

Assignments:Economic Development Committee, Library Board, Open Space Committee, Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee, and Utah Valley Dispatch Special Service District


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Tim Irwin
Email:
Phone: (801)763-8413

Term Expires:January 2020

Assignments: Lone Peak Public Safety Board, Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee, and Youth City Council


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Kurt Ostler
Email:
Phone: (801)971-2596

Term Expires: January 2022

Assignments: Arts Council, Dry Creek Lake Citizen Advisory Committee, and Lone Peak Public Safety Board Alternate


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Scott Smith
Email:
Phone: (801)360-1214

Term Expires: January 2022

Assignments: Historical Society, North Pointe Solid Waste Special Service District Board, and North Utah Valley Animal Shelter Board


About the Council

The City Council consists of the Mayor and five Councilmembers who are all elected at large. Although the Mayor leads the City Council and is a member of the governing body, he is a nonvoting member of the Council, except in case of a tie vote or very limited circumstances as outlined by state law. Highland City has a six-member council form of government and employs a full-time City Administrator to assist the part-time Mayor in the day-to-day operations of the City. The Mayor and Councilmembers serve staggered four-year terms on a part-time basis. Elections in Highland City are nonpartisan.