Community Engagement

The Lake Highlands PID is committed to the people and places in Lake Highlands.

Beautification & Development

The LHPID advocates for development that speaks to the continued growth, health and safety of the community

Public Safety

Working with the Dallas Police Department, the LHPID supports projects and events that promote the health and safety of the people in the community.

Special Events

Sundays in the Park

Enjoy our free live music and entertainment, and grab dinner to-go from one of the neighborhood restaurants. Sunday evenings during the Spring and Fall at the LH Town Center Watercrest Park, and, new this year, the playground at Forest Lane Academy.

Camp Sweeney Play Day

5K, Fun Run, food trucks, and friendly competition come together on Memorial Day each year to benefit the Camp Sweeney camp for children with Type I Diabetes.

Trunk or Treat and Fresh Food Day

Lots of fun and family-oriented activities happening this fall! Check them all out.

Acres from Abrams to LBJ
Acres North of LBJ to Forest
Kids Found Work at the Jobs Fair
Investment Dollars per Year

About us

The LHPID and the NLHPID are special assessment districts within the Lake Highlands neighborhood created by a dynamic partnership of over 1500 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.