During the next couple of months, the Town of Highland will be updating all old style fire number signs.  These signs will be replaced with the new flag style sign that is being used throughout Douglas County.  Along with the signs, a new post will be installed as well.  The old signs and posts will be left for the homeowners.  You may notice flags by your existing sign as well as utility workers locating existing underground utility lines. The cost of this project is coming out of town funds and there is no additional cost to the homeowner. If you have any questions, please contact a board member. 




Will Kiefer is retiring as Cemetery Sexton.  If anyone is interested in filling this position, please contact Will at (715) 374 3544.

Monthly Town Board Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Highland Town Hall.




The Recycling Center will be open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from Noon to 5:00 p.m.


Welcome to the Town of Highland in Douglas County, Wisconsin.  The Brule River runs through Highland and Stone’s Bridge Landing sees many visitors each year.  With just over 50,000 acres which include several lakes, residents enjoy some of the most relaxing living found in the state. The North Country National Scenic Hiking Trail is a great place to get out and experience nature.   

Our estimated current population is 312.  Regular Town Board Meetings are held the second Tuesday  of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Highland Town Hall.

The agendas, meeting minutes, notices and postings on this site are for convenience purposes only and may not represent the most current version.   Please see one of the posting boards for the most current information.  These are located at the town hall (9360 S. County Road S), the town garage (8580 S. County Road S) and the intersection of Ellison Lake Rd and Murray Lake Rd.




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