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The City of Highland has Declared a Curfew From 6pm to 6am Until Further Notice.
We Will be Closing City Hall at 4:30pm During the Duration of This Order.


La Ciudad de Highland ha Declarado un Toque de Queda de 6pm a 6am Hasta Nuevo Aviso.
Estaremos Cerrando el Ayuntamiento a las 4:30pm Durante la Duración de Esta Orden.




City Hall is open to the public. In an effort to help combat the Coronavirus and keep our citizens safe, social distancing and masks will be required when entering City Hall; this may include having people wait outside to be called in if the lobby gets too crowded. Even though we are open, we encourage you to take care of any business you can through either e-mail or via phone. Thank you.

San Bernardino County cleared to reopen restaurants, stores and malls

Information regarding Covid-19/Coronavirus can be found here



Reminder: Fireworks are Illegal Within the City of Highland

210 Freeway and Base Line Interchange Project

Electric Lawn Mower Rebate Program

Commercial Electric Lawn and Garden Equipment Incentive and Exchange Program

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Community Crime Mapping


SB-272 Compliance
Highland 2020 Annual Tax Roll
Solid Waste Proposed Rate Increase Calculations

City Hours:

7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Monday - Thursday
*Closed Fridays*


Current Agendas:

City Council Planning Commission Housing Authority, Oversight Board and
Successor Agency
to the Highland
Redevelopment Agency

Minutes:

City Council

Planning Commission


Welcome

Highland OrangesNestled against the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains at 1300', the City of Highland offers an ideal business and residential location in the Inland Empire of Southern California. With a community of over 55,000, Highland takes great pride in being one of the most desirable communities in which to live in the Inland Empire, with low crime, high safety, and an emphasis on community beautification. More...

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Economic Development

To attract business, the City of Highland promotes its greatest assets: quality homes and residents with growing incomes. More information can be found at the Economic Development Website.


General and Specific Plans

The City's General Plan is a long-range planning document that provides the City a framework for action and the direction in which to focus that action. The Greenspot Village & Marketplace Specific Plan provides a land use plan (for two potential development scenarios), design guidelines, and development regulations for a mixed-use development within approximately 104-acres of the Golden Triangle Community Policy Area of the City of Highland. The Specific Plan includes retail, office, entertainment and restaurant development, designated open space and residential units.


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