Your Hometown Downtown


Meeting Notice


A Special Highland DDA Board Meeting will take place on
February 23, 2017 at 1:00pm for the purpose of
The Main Street Oakland County Evaluation

This meeting will take place at the
Highland Station House  Community Room
205 W. Livingston Road, Highland MI 48357

Questions:  Call Missy at 248-887-7200


Highland Station's Festival of Tree's


Bundle up the family and come stroll through Highland Station's Festival of Tree's. 

See 30 trees, each decorated by a local family, club or business.

Itís free, itís fun and itís healthy!  Trees are lit from the December 1st through December 31st.

Make it a new family tradition.

To reserve a tree, download the Rules & Guidelines for decorating and the registration form below.

Download Here


Please click on the HDDA Business List link below.  This list is a preliminary listing of the Highland DDA District, sorted by business type.    An interactive business directory will soon be available on this website.  If changes are necessary, please contact us.

Click here to view the business list directory for the Highland DDA


Building the Vision for Highland Station -SURVEY


The Highland DDA held a visioning event to gather feedback from the community.  There were two different sessions, that took place on August 10th and August 12th. 


Renderings were displayed representing different parts of the Highland DDA Master Plan.  Although the gatherings were well attended, we would like to give everyone an opportunity to comment.

For the survey we ask that you open a new window and paste the following into the browser.

You may reference the presentation boards from the visioning by clicking the followingHighland Community Renderings.pdf 









Some people want it to happen, some wish it to happen, others make it happen.

The Highland DDA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving and revitalizing the downtown district. It is an organization made up of residents, business owners, property owners, industry owners/operators, community leaders, volunteers, and interested citizens from our community. It is community-minded people like you who accomplish the tasks, gather the resources and help us reach our goals and set new ones. Each small success is added to the overall mission of Main Street to create overall growth and renewal. We can always use more help!

We are a designated Main Street Oakland County program and follow the National Main Street Centerís Four-Point Approach model, which is successful in over 1,200 communities across the U.S. The Four Points (Design, Promotion, Economic Restructuring/Business Development and Organization) provide a proven comprehensive method for downtown revitalization. Our funding comes from both the public and private sectors, illustrating the importance of the downtown district to both areas.

Your participation will help bring about positive results for downtown and make our mission a reality. If you want to make our downtown an even better place to live, work, and play, then we would like for you to be a part of our growing team. Please click on the following link to learn more about our Committees HDDA Board and Committees

If, after reviewing the scope of a committee, you are not sure which area is right for you, just call our office, and we will be happy to provide additional information.

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