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.

LHPID Management

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History of the LHPID

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LHPID Mission

The mission of both PIDs is to stimulate growth by creating and maintaining a safe, attractive and dynamic economic environment that serves the surrounding community. The aggregate of the assessments for the two PIDs is over one million dollars and is spent on improving public safety, funding beautification projects,  funding parks and youth recreation sites specifically in the NLHPID as well as promoting the Lake Highlands community through neighborhood marketing and branding efforts as well as hosting community events.

LHPID south of LBJ