Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

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Flooding sandbags

Please pay attention to the information I am sharing here. Currently the snowpack for our area is 274 percent of normal. With the significant amount of rainfall we have been receiving combined with anticipated warming temperatures, I would like our citizens to understand the high opportunity for flooding along our waterways. For that reason, I… Read more »

The Legacy of Broadbent’s General Store

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After being in business for 135 years, Broadbent’s General Store closed its doors for the last time on September 1, 2017. Betty Anderson, most recent owner of Broadbent’s, invited Lehi City to purchase the property. She wanted to ensure that the future owner would make an investment that would add value to the community. Through… Read more »

Planning for our Future

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Lehi Landmarks

An article published October 18 in the Deseret News addresses the impact that Utah County growth will have over the next 50 years. As stated in the article by Pam Perlich, “These changes are ongoing, irreversible, cumulative, and consequential.” The growth is happening, whether we like it or not. But what we can do is… Read more »

Enroll in Everbridge Alert System

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Everbridge Alerts Communicate Emergency and Non-Emergency Events Citizens and Businesses can sign up to receive emergency and non-emergency alerts from Lehi City using Everbridge. The Everbridge system provides citizen alerts to thousands of people within minutes of an emergency situation. With the Everbridge system, Lehi City will be able to alert residents about severe weather,… Read more »