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TOWN OF HIGHLAND © 2018

DADDY-DAUGHTER DANCE: Dads and their daughters — ages 3 to 13 — are invited to enjoy dancing, light refreshments and DJ entertainment at the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance: A Knight for a Princess. The dance is from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, February 9 at the Lincoln Community Center Fieldhouse Photographers provide one free photo. Extra photos are available for purchase. INFO: Visit highlandparks.org for ticket information and more information. 

2018 BUDGETS: Indiana’s decision to hike gas taxes is providing a windfall for much-needed local road projects. For Highland, the increase means a year-over-year increase of 22 percent in the Motor Vehicle Highway Fund and nearly 33 percent in the Local Road and Street Fund. Click on the following links to view itemized budgets for the civil town, sanitary district and waterworks district. 

SNOW PARKNG BAN: Town ordinance makes it clear that cars must be off the roads when one inch of snow falls. Public Works strives to complete its task without delay or detrimental impact to residents. We understand sometimes we may not meet your expectations or miss something. Please call public works at (219) 972-5083. 

TIME TO RENEW YOUR BUSINESS LICENSE: Every Highland business is required to get a business license and renew it annually. Click here to download a business license form. Complete the application and submit it along with the appropriate fee to the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer, Town Hall, 3333 Ridge Road, Highland, Indiana. Make checks payable to the Town of Highland. INFO: Please call the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at (219) 838-1080. 

2018 RECYCLABLES COLLECTION SCHEDULE:

The 2018 recyclables collection schedule inside this month’s water bill contains dates for collection in your neighborhood. Click here to download a schedule.

UTILITY BILLS: Beginning January 1, a new town law regarding due process and fees for delinquent utility customers goes into effect. “Under the new rules, those who receive a disconnection notice will have the right to appeal their case to a board of representatives as well as a utility supervisor,” Clerk- Treasurer Michael Griffin said. QUESTIONS? Call the Utility Clerk at (219) 972-7589  

Play Ball!

It's time to register for Highland soccer, Little League and Babe Ruth at Lincoln Community Center! Click button below for times, league fees and addtional club information.