Low-Income Assistance Program
The City of Highland Park provides low-income assistance on certain
municipal rates and fees to those residents who meet income eligibility
limits, as published annually by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
Specifically, low-income assistance is available for the cost of
diseased elm tree removal, quarterly municipal sewer fees, vehicle
license sticker and the municipal tax on natural gas usage. View the
applicable sections of the Municipal Code
regarding the Low-Income Assistance Program.
be submitted at any time, and are available at the finance counter at
City Hall, 1707 St. Johns Avenue. Please note that copies of the
previous year's tax returns for all persons living at the applicable
residence must be attached to application, as proof of annual household
income. Pursuant to City ordinance, residents found to be submitting
false information are subject to a $500 fine.
Eligible Rates & Fees
The following City services are offered at a discounted rate to those
residents who qualify for eligibility in the Low-Income Assistance
Income Eligibility Limits
If the annual household income for the number of
residents living at a place of residence in Highland Park falls at or
below the income limits as listed below, they may be eligible to
participate in this program.