Come home to Highland!
Join the Highland Police Department for a
public open house and dedication of the new,
state-of-the-art police station. Meet our
community’s law enforcement officers and
tour the new digs they call home.
WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, December 19
WHERE: 3315 Ridge Road, Highland.
The dedication ceremony starts at 10 a.m.
in the Community Room, located off the lobby
on the second floor. Guided tours will follow.
INFO: Call (219) 838-3184.
EMERGENCY CALLS & POLICE SERVICES: The town's police call center is now part of Lake County's consolidated dispatching system. All requests for Highland police services — from domestic disturbances and suspicious persons to lost-and-found animals, loud music and tripped alarms — must be made by dialing 911. The Highland Police Department, however, will remain staffed around-the-clock for in-person business and administrative calls. Click here for more information.
NEW LEAF COLLECTION DATES: Recent snowfall put leaf collection crews one full week behind schedule. New collection dates are as follows: Area 1 (11/30), Area 2 (12/1), Area 3 (12/2), Area 4 (12/3), Area 5 (12/4), Area 6 (12/7), Area 7 (12/8), Area 8 (12/9), Area 9 (12/10) and Area 10 (12/11).
Highland Police Department
HELP KEEP HIGHLAND STREETS SAFE THIS WINTER!
A wallop of the white stuff that arrived earlier than normal this year packed a punch that left residents scrambling for gloves, scarves and the rules for winter parking and snow shoveling. Click here to download the Snow and Ice Control Operations Plan and learn how you can help keep Highland’s streets safe this winter.
<< Highland Police Department photos by Josh Carlascio