Highland, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

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As of the 2017 American Community Survey, Highland is home to 4,320 households. As of 2016, 97 percent of the city's housing units are occupied. This is compared to 89.7 percent for the state of Utah and 95.3 percent for Utah County. According to the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, the number of permits issued in the city decreased by 51 percent in 2018, but new non-residential value added in Highland rose 28 percent.

Another important metric to consider when evaluating crime rates is the presence of nearby parks and major airports. In Highland City, there are very few residents within a half-mile radius of parks and recreational areas. As a result, crime rates are lower than average. However, you should still keep in mind that crime occurs where people are. And crime in Highland City is significantly lower than the national average. The following are some tips for evaluating crime rates in Highland City.