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Kim earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning and a Masters of Public Administration degree, both from Brigham Young University. Kim is grateful to have been a part of Lehi’s dynamic growth for the last 23 years. During that time, he has planned and facilitated the City’s growth from a population of 13,000 to over 65,000 people and has helped Lehi in the transformation from a rural town to a dynamic technology and employment hub. Kim loves living in the City he works for, and to see the plans he’s been involved with come to life. When he is not in the office, or at a Planning Commission or City Council meeting, he is (hopefully) enjoying the great outdoors somewhere with his family and golden retriever or working on the next home improvement project.
Mike West is the Lehi Planning Division Manager and has been with Lehi City since 2011. Mike completed his undergraduate degree in Urban Planning from the University of Utah and his graduate degree in Public Administration from Brigham Young University. Mike has earned his AICP certification from the American Planning Association and he also led the creation of the Jordan River Overlay zone that earned an American Planning Association award of excellence. Mike strives to find creative solutions to the challenges of a quickly urbanizing community that result in improved overall livability. Mike loves spending time with his family, playing outdoors, and writing and playing music.
Sierra Pierson is the planner over area 1 (the west side of Lehi City). She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning from Brigham Young University. Sierra Pierson was born in Utah and lived in Lehi for some of her childhood. She spent the rest of her childhood and teen years in Olympia, Washington. Sierra worked as an intern at Lehi City before being hired full-time as a planner. She is excited to return to Lehi City and help plan for the City’s current and future growth. In her spare time, Sierra also enjoys traveling, hiking, camping, and reading.
Jacob Curtis grew up in sunny southern California but moved to the more temperate Monterey Bay in high school. After five years in Utah, he is still learning to love the snow and cold weather. He graduated from Brigham Young University in April 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Geography: Urban and Regional Planning and a minor in Statistics. He recently got married and is passionate about cooking and sports, especially basketball. He worked as an intern for Lehi City before being hired as a full-time planner. Jacob is responsible for projects in Area 2- Southwest of I-15. His favorite part of working for Lehi City is seeing projects that he has helped with be built and become assets to the community.
Brittney Harris is the planner over area 3 (the area east of I-15). She received her bachelor’s degree in Geography with an emphasis in Urban Planning from Brigham Young University. She got her Master’s in City and Metropolitan Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from the University of Utah. Growing up she was obsessed with pioneers, so working for Lehi City is a perfect fit. In addition to pioneers and city planning, Brittney also enjoys running, hiking, skiing, and painting. She loves working for the city and looks forward to all the great things to come.
Noreen Edwards is the Administrative Assistant for the Community Development Divisions. She has been with the City since 1999 and enjoys being involved in the growth that Lehi has seen over the years. She married a Lehi native and is a mother to 3 married children and a grandmother to 5. When she’s not at work, she loves hosting family parties, camping, jeeping, playing with grandkids, reading, learning new things and doing jigsaw puzzles in the winter.
Todd is a 25 year resident of Lehi City, originally from Montana. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University, Todd accepted a position as the Athletic Facilities Manager for BYU. During his 18-year tenure, Todd participated in numerous renovations of Cougar Stadium, later re-named Lavell Edwards Stadium, and managed the outdoor track, Larry H. Miller Baseball/Softball Complex, Student Athletic Facility, and the South Field Soccer Complex. In 2008, Todd, wanting to share his knowledge of sporting facilities with his Lehi community, accepted the position of Lehi City Parks Manager. While working to improve the parks in Lehi, Todd accepted the position of Director of Public Works. As the Director, Todd participated in the development of numerous infrastructure projects that challenged the intense growth of Lehi. In 2119, wanting to challenge himself further, Todd accepted the newly developed position of Environmental Sustainability and Recovery Director. As the Sustainability Director, Todd participates as a member of the Community Development team tasked with sustainability issues such as recycling, air and water quality, energy and mass transportation. Away from the challenges of Circular Sustainability, Todd enjoys any DIY project his wife will allow, helping with the BYU Football program where he has worked on the sidelines for 30 years, and spending time with his family.