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Lehi Cityscape


The Streets Department is to allow for safe vehicular and pedestrian travel by maintaining and improving City’s streets. The Streets Division is responsible for the repair of streets, sidewalk, curbs, and gutters. It is also responsible for the removal of snow and ice from streets and roads in the winter.

Current Road Closures

Road Closures – 

900 North will be closed from 1100 West to 1700 West. Closure will begin the afternoon of 10/6/22 and is expected to be closed until 10/13/22.

900 North Closure



1700 North 600 East Extended Closure

Peterson Tree Company will be doing maintenance on the trees at 1100 West Main Street. Please expect delays. 


Road Maintenance – 






Additional Information – 

Lehi Standard Drawings



Worker measuring manhole coverThe Streets Division aims to maintain manhole depths of 1.5 inches or less on city roads. Because the lifts and rings for manholes come in 1.5 inch increments, manholes less than that depth cannot be repaired without costly construction. The ideal depth is 1/4-1/2 inches to allow for thermal expansion in the winter. Manholes that are above road grade make snow removal difficult and can result in significant damage to snow plows.

The streets division frequently measures manhole depths on our main roads. If you feel a manhole has a depth deeper than 1.5 inches, please report it using our Report an Issue tool and a crew will measure and/or repair it.



UDOT Construction Link and Maps


Mountainland Association of Governments 


Snow Removal

Snow removal crews will make every possible effort to keep major streets clear of snow and ice during the winter. Snow removal is prioritized by the amount of traffic received and the safety risk incurred from a storm. For information about snow removal practices, see the Snow Removal Brochure.

Resident Responsibilities During a Storm

Property owners are responsible for removing snow in the following areas:

  • driveway openings
  • sidewalks adjacent to their property
  • around fire hydrants
  • around mailboxes

Please remember that shoveling, plowing, or blowing snow into the street is prohibited by city ordinance. The City right-of-way for snow storage extends nine feet from the curb. Landscaping and personal property within the right-of-way is installed at the property owner’s risk.

Please ensure that all obstructions are removed during and immediately following a storm (i.e. vehicles and trash receptacles).

City Responsibilities During a Storm

City crews are prepared to remove snow 24 hours a day from November 1 to April 30. Crews will remove snow as soon as possible with the following priorities in mind:

  • Clear roads with the most traffic followed by those with less traffic.
  • Clear roads that pose the highest risk to public safety followed by those with a low risk to public safety.
  • Identify main arterial roads and keep those roads open and passable.
  • Remove snow from residential areas once priority roads are clear and safe for travelers.
  • Subdivisions, cul-de-sacs, and end streets will not be plowed until four inches of snow or more has accumulated


Personal and Commercial Damage Reimbursement Policy



Any Contractor/developer making cuts, bores etc. into a Lehi City Street will need to contact a Lehi City Public Works Inspector, 24 hours prior to making said cut and before any trench, backfilling and or asphalt patching is to be replaced for inspection. For the full memo see : Encroachment Memo

Encroachment Permit Application (April 1 – November 30)

Winter Encroachment Permit Application (December 1 – March 31)

Lehi City Street Tree Permit