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Coronavirus Updates

For the most current information about Coronavirus, go to

  • If you’re worried about whether you may have COVID-19, please call the Utah Coronavirus Information Line at 1-800-456-7707.
  • Si está preocupado de que tal vez pueda tener COVID-19, llame a la línea de información del Coronavirus de Utah 1-800-456-7707.

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Utah County’s Public Health Order.

On May 14 Governor Herbert announced that Utah would be transiting from “Moderate Risk” to “Low Risk.” We know that everyone is anxious for answers and we appreciate everyone’s patience as we work through this unprecedented situation. We are progressing towards getting all our facilities open to some capacity and we ask for your continued patience as we do our best to keep you and your family safe. Currently, the following areas will begin opening:

• Lehi City skate park, playgrounds, and restrooms will open May 16.
• City Hall Information Center will open May 18.
• Lehi City pavilion rentals will open June 1.
• The Legacy Center will open with limited capacity starting June 1. Go to Lehi Legacy Center for more information.
• The Lehi Rippy Literacy Center will start registration in the following weeks and will start their summer session on June 8.
• Legacy Center pool and the Outdoor pool are both finishing repairs and are tentatively expected to open June 15.
• Lehi splash pad will open June 15.
• The Lehi City Library will continue offering curbside pick-up.

Thank you again to our residents for doing your best to social distance. We encourage everyone to please continue wearing masks when social distancing is not an option. We know that this has been a difficult time and was ask for your continued respect and kindness towards each other as we navigate through these circumstances together.

Governor Herbert has announced that Utah will be transitioning to the orange “moderate risk” level starting Friday, May 1.  

Moderate Risk Level Highlights:
• Face coverings should be worn in public settings where other
social distancing measures are difficult to maintain
• Personal care services and fitness centers will be allowed to operate with restrictions
• While carryout and delivery are still encouraged for restaurants, in-dining services may resume with social distancing and other restrictions
• Groups of 20 or less are now permissible while maintaining social distancing requirements
• Schools are still closed
• Playgrounds are still closed
• If you travel, a 14-day quarantine upon return is required
• State parks will be open

You can read Governor Herbert’s full plan, Utah Leads Together 2.0 at…/Phased%20Health%20G…

We appreciate everyone’s support and efforts in social distancing. The health and welfare of residents and employees are a top priority for the City.

After two weeks of closing leisure service buildings and limiting City office

Lehi City

 interactions, the City has re-evaluated the current circumstances and has determined to continue current operations until at least May 1. This decision is in line with Governor Herbert’s new plan for health and economic recovery that was announced on March 24. Visit this site to see the State’s full plan:

All core government functions are still available. Most services are available online including bill pay, licensing, and inspections.

Several leisure services are also available online. Visit the Legacy Center’s Facebook page for fitness classes and the library’s website for education and art classes.


Slow the Spread

Lehi City is following the lead of the state and will be following those measures set by Governor Herbert. The State of Utah issued an order to all restaurants, bars, and foodservice establishments to suspend dine-in operations for two weeks. Restaurants can continue curbside, drive-thru, pick up, and delivery options.

In accordance with recommendations President Trump made on Monday, March 16, the order also prohibits gatherings of more than ten people. Governor Herbert clarified Friday, March 20  that the ten+ gatherings are not an order. They’re just a recommendation. We know that these are difficult times and we appreciate all our residents coming together by staying apart and slowing the spread.