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Christmas Tree Disposal

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Once again Lehi will be providing a location for residents to dispose of their Christmas trees free of charge. Please take your live Christmas tree to the rodeo grounds before January 31. The public works department will recycle the trees into mulch for our city facilities. Please remember to remove tree stands, orn...

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

As Andy Williams sang in the well-known Christmas classic, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” I truly believe that. It’s that time of year when we eat like we’ve never seen food before, consider our many blessings, and look for opportunities to serve one another. A lot of people from around the wo...

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City Administrator Earns ICMA Credentialed Manager Recognition

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Lehi City Administrator Jason Walker recently received the prestigious International City Managers Association (ICMA) Credentialed Manager status. Walker is 1 of only 10 ICMA Credentialed Managers in the State of Utah. He was recognized for his achievement during city council meeting on Tuesday, November 14. Accordi...

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Water Employees Earn Management Certification

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Lehi Water Department employees Dave Norman and Shyloh Muhlestein were presented with the Rural Water Association of Utah (RWAU) Utility Management Certification Tuesday, November 14. The certification’s purpose is to recognize and advance the professional achievements of managers in the water industry. Robert Ran...

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SR-92 Pedestrian Bridge Open House

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Lehi City is seeking public feedback on a proposed pedestrian bridge over SR 92, near Digital Drive. The proposed bridge will connect the Utah Southern Rail Trail. City officials will discuss plans and answer community questions in an open house on Wednesday, December 6, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event will be held at ...

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Caring Hands in a Critical Time of Need

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts.

The weather is changing and it’s time to get out your sweaters and coats. I remember as a young man that Lehi had four seasons every year. Now it seems that we are down to three: hot, hotter, and winter. Maybe I just enjoy spring and fall the most because I’m getting older; regardless, I don’t think the weather i...

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Planning for our Future

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

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...

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2017 General Election Information

Posted Category: Newsroom.

  Do you have questions about filling out your mail-in ballot, election deadlines, or who is running for office? Visit the election page for information about candidates, important deadlines, and filling out your ballot. Utah County mailed out ballots on October 17, 2017. If you have questions or concerns ab...

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The Impact of Selfless Service

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

I watch the news each day and see the destruction from natural disasters. Hurricanes, earth quakes and fires are leaving a path of terror on our shores and the shores of other nations. While these events can be devastating, I have been touched by those who have answered the call to serve. So many have sacrificed their ...

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Center Street Water Main Upgrade

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Beginning in October the Lehi City Water Department will be upgrading the irrigation line along Center Street. This particular water main plays a key role in meeting system demands, so the replacement must be done in the fall and winter months. This project will be completed in two phases. In the first phase, the li...

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