Town Ordinance 2042 prohibits the operation of motor-assisted scooters upon any Public Area or Public Right-of-Way within the corporate limits of Highland Park.
Further, displaying a motor-assisted scooter for rent within the corporate limits of Highland Park is not permitted. Violations may be reported to 214-521-4161, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., after hours at 214-521-5000, or online. &...Read on...
As part of Phase II of the Preston Road improvement project, work crews will begin roadwork in the 5100 - 5500 blocks of Preston Road on Tuesday, August 28th
The 5100 – 5500 blocks of Preston Road, an area bordered by Beverly Drive to the south, and Potomac Avenue to the north.
The improvement project will require a temporary lane shift on Preston Road in order to facilitate the replacemen...
Beginning Monday, July 30th, work crews will start the roadway construction of the 4200 block of Livingston Avenue. This project marks the beginning of the Preston Road Phase II project (Preston Road, between Beverly and St. Andrews).
During the project: 1) residents will have access to their homes; 2) roadway will be closed to thru traffic; and 3) 4200 block of Livingston will become one-way, westbound only.Read on...
As many of you know, ATMOS Energy has implemented a planned outage and replacement of the natural gas distribution system in an area of northwest Dallas. We have been in communication with ATMOS Energy to better understand the scope of their repair work.
Additionally, we have inquired as to the status of pipelines the company has in the Town. As first responders, your safety is our number one priority. Please be mindful of the following safety considerations with respect to natural gas:
The Highland Park Harvey R. "Bum" Bright Library will be closed Thursday, November 22 for Thanksgiving. The Library will resume normal hours, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., on Friday, November 23.
You can still check out eBooks, downloadable audiobook...
The Highland Park Library offers Story Time for children.
Join us every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in the DPS Training Room as we take the mystery out of meditation and teach you simple techniques, backed by scientific research, to help you lose some of your stress & gain more of what you want from life.
Practicing Tai Chi & Qigong can provide numerous health benefits that reduce stress, increase relaxation & energy, improve balance, strength, coordination & flexibility, lower blood pressure & enhance brain function & boost your immune system.