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The Highland YMCA will be open starting Monday, June 15, 2020.
Please visit the Y's webpage for more information.



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.

Governor Newsom Orders Additional Action to Slow Community Transmission

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

San Bernardino International Airport Noise Comment Form

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Community Crime Mapping


SB-272 Compliance
Solid Waste Proposed Rate Increase Calculations

Penny Lilburn, Mayor Pro Tem

Penny Lilburn

Penny Lilburn was first elected to the Highland City Council in January 2004, and re-elected in November 2008, 2012 and 2016. She served as Mayor from December 2007-2010, 2017 and 2019, and Mayor Pro-tem from 2011-2013, 2015-2016, and 2019. Mayor Pro Tem Lilburn currently serves on the Board of Directors for Omnitrans and is the current Chair for the Plans & Programs Committee as well as past Chairman of the Board. She also serves as an Alternate Board Member for SANBAG. Mayor Pro Tem Lilburn currently serves on the City of Highland's Public Safety sub-committee, the Orange County Property Task Force and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Valley Transportation Agency (VTRANS).

Penny is currently the Executive Director of the Highland Senior Center.

Prior to her position on the City Council, Penny served as President of the Highland Area Chamber of Commerce, served a two year term as President of the Highland Woman's Club, was honored as Citizen of the year for the Highland Area Chamber of Commerce, won the League of Woman Voters Citizen of Achievement award, and was Assemblyman Emmerson's Woman of Distinction and was named California's Woman of the Year in 2000.

In addition to her civic duties, Penny is a single mother of one daughter, Courtney, serves as a Board Member for St. Bernardines Medical Center Foundation is Past President and a founding member of the Highland Kiwanis Club, is a member of the VNA Hospice & Palliative Care of Southern California and continues to serve on boards for other local agencies.