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Library Gala

The Library Gala is an annual fundraiser for the library that features great family entertainment. The proceeds from this event are put into the Frances M. Comer Fund and the annual interest is used to support the library. Frances grew up and always lived in Lehi. Education and reading were extremely important to her. She […]

Lehi Library

  “The Lehi Library will promote life-long learning for all patrons by creating a welcoming atmosphere where learning is encouraged.”       The Lehi Library offers many services including computer access, wireless access, a copy center, inter-library loans, tours, and events. Click on the links below for more information.  Library Catalog & Other Information […]

Internet Policy

Lehi City Public Library Internet Access Policy The library offers Internet access to patrons who agree to the following policy: The Lehi Library provides access to the Internet for use by its patrons. The Internet is provided primarily for research and educational purposes, and is a privilege, not a right. Patrons wishing to use the […]

State of the City

Looking back over 2013, I am impressed with all that Lehi City has accomplished.  Although the City experienced some growing pains, Lehi is poised to continue to develop into one of Utah’s premier locations to live and work.  As we prepare to meet the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead, I would like to take […]

Traffic School

ALL traffic school for Lehi City is now done online. You must register below to take traffic school for Lehi City. ENGLISH: Register for Traffic School For those already registered, Re-Enter Traffic School ESPANOL: Registrarse Por el Curso Si ya se ha registrado, Regresar al Curso If you do not have access to the Internet, […]

Employment Opportunities

Lehi City Employment Opportunities Jobs that are currently available with Lehi City are listed here and updated regularly. For more information,  contact Lehi City Human Resources, 153 N 100 E, Lehi, 801-768-7100 ext. 2265. Lehi City Employment Applications are available for printing.     Full-Time with Benefits Parks Maintenance Worker 2 – 1 Opening – Closes Oct. 2, […]

Reviews – Ages 9 and Up

Ages 9 and up Title:  Splendors and Glooms Author:  Laura Amy Schlitz “A hauntingly good read.  Newberry Medal winner author stages a mesmerizing mystery in her new Victorian gothic novel.  Set in a murky London, the tale follows two orphans as they discover what links their evil puppeteer guardian to a dying witch and a […]

Reviews – Ages 8 and Up

Ages 8 and up Title:  Mr. and Mrs. Bunny – Detectives Extraordinaire! Author:  Polly Horvath “When foxes kidnap her parents, intrepid Madeline hires the title pair of cottontail sleuths.  This witty adventure aims to surprise, right down to the details.”  (Family Fun, June/July 2012, Alicia Potter, Page 86) Title:  Partners in Crime (Sleuth or Dare Series) […]

Resources- Web Sites

Apps for Early Literacy      Literacy Apps for Struggling Learners Bookmaker     Gives kids a place to create and publish their own original stories Children’s Book Council    Supporting and informing the children’s book publishing industry and fostering literacy. Children’s Literature Web Guide     An attempt to gather together and categorize the growing number of Internet resources related to books […]

Literacy Center Events

Events That Promote Literacy  ***** Thursday, September 5 @ 7 pm “Great Reads for Girls:  A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban” Located in the NE Corner of the Library ***** Wednesday, September 25 @ 7 pm “Boys and Books:  A Match Not Always Made in Heaven” Located in the NE Corner of the Library Parents […]