City of Highland
About the City of Highland, Illinois
The first settlers arrived in the area in 1831 and founded the City of Highland in 1837. In 2012 Highland celebrated its 175th Jubilee. Just 30 minutes from St. Louis, Highland combines a small town atmosphere with a high quality of life. Attractions include the Louis Latzer Homestead which was home to the founder of “PET Milk”; Kaeser Park and Museum; and the Erwin Weder Museum. Highland is situated on the historic National Trail which runs through the area from Vandalia to St. Louis and is the location of several annual festivals, including the Schweizerfest, the Street Art Fest, the Kirchenfest, and Art in the Park.
Carrot-Top Industries has been serving business and government since 1980. We are delighted to partner with the City of Highland to offer
quality products that express pride in your city, state and our country.