The Information Center is the first point of contact for residents and business owners. Here you will find information about utilities, passports, fingerprinting, business licensing and other citywide services and programs.
The Building and Inspection Department manages all building permits for Lehi City. The City has certified inspectors for all types of building construction with the purpose to promote a safe and professional building quality for Lehi City.
Lehi Public Library promotes life-long learning through creating a welcoming atmosphere where learning is encouraged. The library offers many services, including computer access, free WIFI, books, DVDs, digital books, audio books, and learning programs for all ages.
The Rippy Literacy Center offers free tutoring services to all Lehi students, including reading (K-4th grades) and math (1st-4th grades). There is also a morning ABC program during the school year for children who are going to Kindergarten in the next year.
The Lehi Cemetery offers burial plots, an infant cemetery, and a veteran’s memorial wall. Deceased persons information is available at the gazebo located at the main entrance of the cemetery or by calling our office.
Are you ready for an emergency. Lehi’s emergency management team provides resources, volunteer opportunities, and alerts in the event of an emergency. Learn what you can do to be prepared for an emergency.
The Environmental Sustainability Committee focuses on providing information and education to residents regarding important environmental issues. Issues include recycling, air quality, water efficiency, energy usage, and transportation.
The PARC program provides funding through a local sales and use tax. PARC tax revenue may only be used for capital development of government owned or operated recreational and cultural facilities, and for the ongoing operations of nonprofit cultural organizations.