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Sign-up For Everbridge Alerts

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Have you signed up for Everbridge Alerts? Everbridge is an alert system that allows the City to provide you with critical information quickly for situations such as flooding, road closures, fires, severe weather, missing persons, or evacuations of neighborhoods. Stay in the know!  SIGN-UP TODAY !...

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Flood Information and Resource Page

Posted Category: Newsroom, Uncategorized.

With the abundance of rain and snow comes the real potential of flooding. As a community it is important to stay prepared. Please review the information and resources provided by the City to help with your preparations. Visit the Flood Information page. ...

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A Prepared Community

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

I doubt anyone anticipated the incredible amount of water we have received this winter. Particularly following two of the driest years on record. But now, here we are considering our strategies for dealing with an excess of what we had so little of the last two years. The recent drought, however, has unexpectedly provi...

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Discounted Rain Barrels Now Available!

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Spring 2023 Rain Barrel Program Order your rain barrel today at http://www.rainbarrelprogram.org/urc. The sale window will remain open until April 30, 2023, at 11pm. We are excited to announce that Lehi is partnering with the Utah Rivers Council to bring our residents a limited number of heavily discounted American...

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Texas Instruments to Build New Chip Factory in Lehi

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Texas Instruments to build new chip factory in Lehi, bringing hundreds of jobs to Utah $11 billion capex 800 jobs Project Bruno February 15, 2023 The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) are pleased to announce that T...

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PARC Grants Applications Are Now Open

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Lehi City announces the opening of the 2nd annual Cultural Organization Grants (PARC Grant) program. Starting today, Monday, March 13th, non-profit organizations can submit their applications for a share of the funding. Approximately $400,000 of the Parks, Arts, Recreation, and Culture (PARC) tax goes to grants. "We...

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Lehi City Welcomes Lehi Cares Coalition

Lehi Cares Coalition helps youth

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases, Uncategorized.

Lehi City announces that its Police Department has created the community coalition Lehi Cares to focus on preventative methods for its youth. The department has selected the Communities That Care (CTC) framework to guide the coalition in identifying proven solutions that meet the specific needs of Lehi’s youth. ...

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No Garbage Pick-Up Delays

2023 recycling calendar

Posted Category: Uncategorized.

The original Waste Management calendar states that Monday, December 26th may be affected by the holidays. Since Christmas was on Sunday, there will be NO delay in your Waste Management services. To view the map of the garbage day schedule click here or call the Information Center at 385-201-1000. New Year's also lan...

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Lehi Police Department Brings Christmas Cheer to Local Children

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

On Saturday, December 17th Lehi City Police Department had their 17th annual Kids, Cops, and Christmas. Local kids joined Lehi PD for breakfast, shopping, and gift wrapping. The PD raised over $3,000 on behalf of the event, during their November fundraiser with Texas Roadhouse where they served patrons. "As Officers...

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Lehi Police Department Brings Christmas Cheer to Local Children

Posted Category: Press Releases.

Lehi, Utah (December 16, 2022)-  Lehi City Police Department announces their 17th annual Kids, Cops, and Christmas event Saturday, December 17th starting at 6:30 am. Local kids will join Lehi PD for breakfast, shopping, and gift wrapping. The PD raised over $3,000 on behalf of the event, during their November fund...

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