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Category: Mayor’s Posts


Be Bold. Be Unified. Be Lehi.

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

By the time you’re reading this, the election outcome will be determined, and we’ll know who will be serving as Mayor as well as who will be filling the 2 city council seats for the next 4 years. If I’m not elected this will be the final newsletter that I have the opportunity to write. Not knowing what the outcom...

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Epic Water Savings by Lehi Residents

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

I’m going to start here—over one billion, sixty-six million gallons. That’s 3,274 acre-feet of water saved in Lehi compared to this same time last year. That is epic and if you can, pat yourself on the back. I realize our city’s response to this year’s water situation caused a lot of heartburn. Many were a...

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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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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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Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

Flooding sandbags

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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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...

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Mayor, City Council Issue Letter on Air Quality Health Risks

Air quality

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

Mayor Johnson and the City Council have received a number of comments regarding health concerns from fugitive dust. As such, we have met with experts from the Utah Department of Health and have applied much effort researching potential health risks. The Mayor and City Council have published a letter on our website addr...

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Planning for our Future

Lehi Landmarks

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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