What is the Lake Highlands
Public Improvement District?
The Lake Highlands Public Improvement District is at the heart of efforts to forge connections among
neighbors and foster a strong and vibrant community in which to live, work and play.
- Property owners 1:1 meetings to build stronger relationships
- LHPID Annual Teen Job Fair to assist teens in finding jobs and helping local businesses find employees from our community
- LHPID Annual Trunk or Treat to provide a safe place for community members to enjoy Halloween and to promote neighborhood businesses to the community
- Weekly and monthly crime watch meetings to share information, improve safety and strengthen trust in our community
- Free outdoor concerts at the new and improved town center
- Special events at Lake Highlands shopping centers and multi-family communities
Beautification & Development
Sundays in the Park
Enjoy free live music and entertainment, and grab dinner from one of our neighborhood restaurants. We’re in Watercrest Park in the LH Town Center or at Forest Lane Academy for Sundays in the Park held during the spring and fall.
Trunk or Treat
We host a drive or walk-thru Trunk-or-Treat event every year on Halloween for all of our neighborhood little ghouls and goblins. It’s a safe way for our neighbors to trick or treat and enjoy Halloween safely.
Back to School Backpack Bash
We partner with Richardson ISD and local non-profits to host a back-to-school backpack event for our school-age neighbors to help get them ready and excited for a new school year.
Hope for the Holidays
With several neighborhood partners, we host a holiday event to provide meals and presents to our neighbors who need extra support during the holidays.
Community Movie Nights
Movie nights are wonderful for building community! We host several movie nights at the Lake Highlands Recreation Area and at Forest Lane Academy throughout the summer months to keep our community engaged.
About Lake Highlands PID
The LHPID and the NLHPID are special assessment districts within the Lake Highlands neighborhood created by a dynamic partnership of over 1,500 commercial, condominium, townhome and single-family property owners as well as the City of Dallas for the purpose of providing enhanced services and improving the quality of life in these Districts. The LHPID encompasses more than 500 acres along the Skillman Corridor from Abrams on the south to LBJ Expressway on the north. The NLHPID covers approximately 235 acres north of LBJ Expressway up to Forest Lane and east over to Skillman and the DART tracks.