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Invest in the Happiness of Others

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

In early November I attended a networking conference where we alternated in sessions to share ideas with other attendees. In two of the sessions, we were asked to share a personal experience at our table so that others may get to know us better. A simple request for certain, but that exercise has weighed heavy on my so...

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A Season of Gratitude

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

It’s that time of year when the weather starts to turn cold, the leaves have mostly fallen, and we turn our hearts and minds to the many things for which we are grateful. I challenge each of you to sit down this Thanksgiving season and write down 10 things that you are grateful for and why. Here are a few of the thin...

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People Start Pollution; People Can Stop It

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

Recently I was waiting for the light to change at the Lehi Main Street off-ramp when I noticed a girl in the vehicle next to me open her car door and deposit her used lunch sack on the ground. After the light changed and I watched her drive off, I thought of the emotional campaign from the 1970s, “Keep America Beauti...

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Lehi Future Land Use

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Share your ideas for the future of Lehi! The Lehi Future Land Use team is seeking community feedback on alternative land use scenarios that show how and where Lehi could grow in the future. Follow the link: https://lehifuturelanduse.com/what-is-scenario-planning to learn more about scenario planning, the fou...

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City of Service

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

By the time this newsletter is published the primary election will be over and we’ll be down to the top 6 candidates moving onto the general election in November to fill 3 seats. The first time I ran in 2011 there were 13 candidates for 3 seats and I remember posting on Facebook about signing up to run and how many c...

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The Selfless Service of the Men and Women in Blue

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

Lehi Police Department has been especially present in our community over the last month. They participated in the 2nd annual Dawgs and Dogs event and led donations in the Battle of the Badges blood drive with the Fire Department. They have handed out “Otter Cops” on hot summer days, provided the honor guard for the...

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Celebrate Lehi’s Rich History with Round-Up Week

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

Just for a moment, think about this—Lehi City was incorporated over 40 years before Utah became a state. Yup, we were located in the middle of the Utah Territory with the Oregon Territory to the north, New Mexico Territory to the south and that relatively large unorganized territory east of us. Out here in the middle...

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High Water Updates

Posted Category: Newsroom.

We’re expecting to see high water as soon as Thursday. Please do not call Public Works employees or City Council members. We’ll provide frequent updates as possible. If you need to contact the City for support, please call 385-201-1000. This phone number will be active during emergencies beginning Thursday from ...

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Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

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 wate...

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Experience Lehi’s History with a Mobile Tour

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

Have you heard that downtown Lehi is one of the most popular places for one of the latest and greatest interactive activities? No, I'm not talking about Pokémon Go! However, drive through downtown Lehi and you'll notice how popular Pokémon Go really is. I'm talking about an interactive tour of historical sites in Leh...

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