Precedence

Survey Shows Trails Are Used

Have you seen the survey results? Paths (trails) are ranked highest. See the results here: https://www.highlandcity.org/435/Resident-Survey Here is a chart from that survey. In terms of what recreation elements people want to see in parks,…

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Trail Facts

Did you know? Total Highland City trails: 17.94 milesTotal neighborhood option trails: 4.68 miles or 26.1% of all Highland trails (these are the ones at risk)Wimbleton is 6% of the trails in Highland.Selling the Wimbleton…


Is The Trail Safer?

Safety: The trails provide a safer route for kids going to school and athletic events or recreation at the Wimbleton Park (or substitute a park name near you). Trails are safer than a sidewalk. Yes,…


I Don’t Live in Wimbleton – why do I care?

Precedence:  If the Council’s divided vote stands and the Wimbleton trails are sold to the adjacent property owners, it will put Highland’s trails at risk.  With this bad precedent, nothing would stop other subdivisions from…


Who Owns the Trails?

The City owns the trails. These trails belong to the city and benefit all of Highland, even if you don’t personally use them today.  They are a fundamental part of the good fabric of our…