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Prop 7 – PARC Tax

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Lehi City residents will have the opportunity to vote for or against the following question during the 2021 General Election:  Shall Lehi, Utah, be authorized to impose a 0.1% (1 cent per $10 spent) sales and use tax to help fund recreational amenities, park facilities, cultural facilities and arts facilities a...

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Election Information

Posted Category: Newsroom, Uncategorized.

In the 2021 General Election, residents will vote for one mayoral seat and two council seats. You can learn more about the candidates, including links to campaign websites and contact information, by visiting our Election Information page.  Prop 7 PARC Tax Residents will also have the option to vote for or again...

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The Future of Parks and Arts

Posted Category: Newsroom.

One of our local gems, Wines Park, was a donation of land from a local businessman more than a hundred years ago. Although the ground was free, the deal required Lehi citizens to develop the park within a certain time frame in order to obtain the deed. Rather than force this financial obligation upon the residents, the...

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Now Accepting Arguments For/Against PARC Tax

Posted Category: Uncategorized.

The Lehi City Council passed Resolution #2021-44, placing an opinion question on the November 2, 2021 Municipal General Election Ballot as to whether or not Lehi City should impose a .1% local sales and use tax to fund recreational amenities, park facilities, and cultural arts facilities and organizations in Lehi City....

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Firework Restrictions Implemented 6/29/2021

Lehi Fireworks Restricted Map 2021

Posted Category: Newsroom.

At the City Council meeting held on June 29, 2021, the Lehi City Council implemented additional restrictions on the use of fireworks within Lehi City Limits. As drought conditions throughout the region continue to worsen, the Council, after receiving input from the Lehi Fire Department, felt that the agreed upon restri...

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What I Know, What I Believe, and What I do not Know

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

Last summer I was asked to offer my opinion regarding some of the more hotly debated issues surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. I was somewhat hesitant. Not because I didn’t have ample information available to me, for I had been regularly engaged in discussions with heath doctors and epidemiology scientists within our...

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Coronavirus Updates

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Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Governor Cox announced Thursday, March 11, 2021, that Utah County is now in the Moderate Level of Transmission. For the most current information about Coronavirus, go to coronavirus.utah.gov. Below are the adjustments to city services and programming that will be implemented in the Moderate Level....

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Change to City Halls Hours

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Lehi City Hall will be changing its hours to 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The recent changes are to ensure the safety of our employees and to help manage staffing needs when quarantine issues arise.   ...

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Utah Strong Recovery

Posted Category: Newsroom.

The Utah Strong Recovery Project is a FEMA-funded state program to help Utahns impacted by the stressors of the Covid19 pandemic. It provides free and confidential counseling by FEMA-trained counselors to anyone in Utah in the form of emotional support, coping and problem-solving strategies, mental health educatio...

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Utah County Health Order Requires Face Coverings

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Posted Category: Newsroom.

The Executive Director of the Utah County Health Department and the Utah County Commission issued a joint Public Health Order on September 22, 2020, requiring face coverings in Utah County. According the the order, each individual within Utah County must wear a face covering in public areas, including any indoor ...

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