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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 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: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/business/.
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.
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.
Thursday, March 12, 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. However, as Governor Herbert noted in the conference, “It’s better to be safe than sorry.” Lehi City is following the lead of the state and will be following those measures set by Governor Herbert.
We want to ensure you that the health and safety of our employees and residents are at the forefront of our minds during this time. In the abundance of caution, Lehi City will be closing the Library, Literacy Center, Legacy Center, and all programs that are associated with these services for the next two weeks. At that point along with the state, we will reevaluate.
Our hope is that we are being overly cautious, but we ask all residents to cooperate in taking preventive measures in fighting the virus.
We know that you will have a lot of questions relating to the cancellations of these programs. We will continue to update you as changes are made. We ask that you be patient as we continue to evaluate this situation.
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Lehi City offices remain OPEN, but we strongly encourage alternatives to In-Office visits.
Our residents’ and employee’s safety are of the utmost importance to Lehi City. We continue to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 in Utah and will update our policies and procedures and keep you informed.
Currently, Lehi City Hall remains OPEN with regular business hours (M-Th, 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. and F, 7 a.m.- 4 p.m.) to perform essential functions. However, we strongly encourage you to avoid coming to the offices in person unless the visit is critical and time-sensitive. For your safety and our employees’ safety, please remember that we can provide service by the following:
The City Council meeting on March 17 has been postponed to March 31. We are encouraging residents to submit their comments to the City Council or Planning Commission via email to the City Recorder at email@example.com, rather than attend those meetings. Your comments will be given to the Council and Commission and become part of the official record. If possible, please submit your comments by noon on Tuesday, March 31. Please contact the City Recorder with questions at 385-201-2269 or by email.
Balancing concerns for your safety and your right to be heard is something we do not take lightly. Currently, we are not canceling meetings, but we do ask that, if possible, you watch those meetings from home. You can find the agenda and streaming here.