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Change to City Halls Hours

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Beginning November 23, Lehi City Hall will be changing its hours to 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 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

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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

Illustration of people wearing face coverings

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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Engagement In Public Meetings

City Hall Building Entrance

Posted Category: Newsroom.

We are excited to be holding public meetings in person again. In order to respect Governor Herbert’s recommendations for social distancing, we have made some adjustments. Individuals who attend meetings in person will be expected to: Wear a face covering over both the nose and mouth Affirm that they are not e...

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Princess/Superhero Parade

Posted Category: Newsroom.

We were super bummed to not have any parades this year, so we decided to combine with the Legacy Center’s Princess/Superhero Party and have a Princess/Superhero Parade on August 8 starting at 8 a.m.! Our route will be extra long and go through different parts of Lehi to give everyone the opportunity to see the parade...

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2019 Water Quality Report

Water Splash

Posted Category: Newsroom.

Every year we are required by law to publish a water quality report. The 2019 Water Quality Report is available and Lehi water once again met or exceeded all of the laws, rules, and regulations for drinking water. Thank you to our exceptional team of water professionals for ensuring that we have access to high-quali...

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Lehi Officers Aim for a Culture of Safety and Mutual Respect

Police officer holding a boy in a police uniform.

Posted Category: Newsroom.

 The Lehi City Police Department takes the safety and well-being of our officers and those we serve seriously and we strive to maintain a culture of mutual respect and trust with the community. One of the most important skills to maintain safety and respect is a police officer’s ability to use effective verbal c...

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D.C. Trip and COVID-19

Posted Category: Mayor's Posts, Newsroom.

I’ll have to admit, at some point during the fifth lecture on COVID-19 the message was starting to sound very redundant. Flatten out the infection peak by reducing contact opportunities, wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, disinfect and stay at home if you feel the slightest fever or cough developing....

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Coronavirus Updates

Posted Category: Newsroom, Press Releases.

Today, Governor Herbert held a press conference on Utah’s plan to take proactive steps in fighting the coronavirus (COVID-19).  As of today, there have not been any documented cases of the virus in Lehi, and Health officials assured that Utah is not seeing a community spread of the virus and this time.  How...

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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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