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CALLING ALL POETS! If you have a penchant for poetry and are a resident of this charming community we call home, Highland Main Street wants to talk to youI Highland is looking to name a very special resident as its first poet laureate while creating an environment where poetry can flourish. Nominations are due March 15.

Download details about the program and the application by clicking here. 

JOB OPENING: The Town of Highland Building Department is looking for a part-time Assistant Inspector for Ordinance Enforcement. The job pays $10.45 to $25.65 per hour. Qualifying applicants must be proficient in the use of computers as well as possess strong written, verbal and organizational skills. Previous work experience in a similar capacity is preferred. Applicants must also be a high school graduate, town resident and possess a valid driver's license. Deadline: Applications with resumes must be received by the Building and Inspections Department, 3333 Ridge Road, by 5 p.m. Monday, February 22. Click here to download application. 


The Highland Town Council  passed a flurry of amendments banning all on-street parking whenever there is more than one inch of new-fallen snow. Council President Bernie Zemen said the rules are necessary to allow snow removal crews to do their jobs in the first critical hours after a snowfall.

The new Highland Police Department is officially up and running. The public entrance to the new building is accessed from Ridge Road. Please note the old police station is now closed.

New police department now open