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300 West Road Closure

Posted Category: Newsroom.

As part of UDOT's I-15 Technology Corridor project, portions of 300 West and the east frontage road will be closed from April 22 through early July 2019. Residents can expect increased noise, dust and vibration while this work takes place. The flier below shows detour routes. Contact UDOT's I-15 Technology Corrido...

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Utah State Department of Air Quality Lawn Mower Exchange

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Did you know running a gas powered lawn mower for 1 hour emits as much pollution as driving a car 196 miles? To combat air pollution, the Utah State Division of Air Quality is offering a lawn mower exchange program in Spring 2019. This year’s Lawn Mower Exchange Program has 1,259 electric lawn mowers and 972 elec...

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Honoring the Broadbent Family Legacy

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

On September 1, 2017, after being in business for 135 years, Broadbent’s General Store closed its doors for the last time. Lehi City purchased the property from Betty Anderson (Broadbent’s owner) at her invitation. She wanted to ensure that the future owner would make an investment that would add value to the ...

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Lehi Future Land Use Online Workshop

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Lehi Future Land Use is the update to the Lehi City General Plan Land Use element. The plan update will create a vision and set of strategies that recognize Lehi's past and prepare for a vibrant future for residents, businesses and visitors alike. Thank you to those who attended the workshop on February 27. Re...

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Letter Regarding Mass Grading Operation and Development Agreement

Posted Category: Newsroom.

    After more than a year of discussion, on January 16, 2018, the Lehi City Council voted 3-2 in favor of amending the Traverse Mountain Area Plan and approving a development agreement between Traverse Mountain Temporary Holding, LLC (TMTH) and Lehi City.  This project includes residential hou...

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Lot’s to Love About Lehi (It is the Month of Valentines After All)

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

I started a new job in 2019 that brings my office location back to Lehi, in particular to the Thanksgiving Point Office Park. With the office being located north of SR92/Club House Drive, one of my initial thoughts when thinking about taking this job was, “How am I going to be able to get out of here at the end of th...

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The Legacy of Broadbent’s General Store

Posted Category: Newsroom.

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 comm...

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Looking to Lehi’s Future

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

Happy New Year, Lehi City! The start of a new year is exciting.The Condies are now in their 12th year living in Lehi. As we closed out 2018 I took time to reflect on the changes that have occurred in our great city these past 12 years. So much has been done. A second high school was built; 2100 North was built between ...

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Charity and the Spirit of the Holiday

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

Many years ago, I became familiar with a young woman who taught me a humbling lesson on charity and the true spirit of Christmas. Her innocent message now echoes in my heart as each new holiday season approaches. I feel it important to share what I learned and hope that it will work to the benefit of someone in our com...

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Lehi City: A Family-Centric Community

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

Nothing makes our community feel like more like family than the many wonderful events we have throughout the year. This summer we were able to enjoy Round-Up Week, the 24th of July Splash Party, outdoor movies, and Heritage Day. These events wouldn’t be possible without the many hours offered by employees and volunte...

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