On February 27, the Lehi Senior Citizens Center was full as Lehi residents came to give input on an update of Lehi's Land-Use Plan. Lehi City hired Fregonese Associates and urban and regional planners...

Residents urged to attend Wednesday, Feb 27, 6 p.m., Legacy Center Lehi residents who want to be involved in the future planning of Lehi’s land use are invited to attend a citywide workshop Wednesday, February...

The following is an open letter to Lehi residents addressing Lehi air quality concerns. Air quality has been a topic of concern for Traverse Mountain residents particularly because of mass grading/mining occurring in the...

15,000 homes in the Navajo Nation have no access to electricity Lehi’s Power Department is one of 22 other utilities from across the country committed to be part of the “Light Up Navajo” initiative working...

Legislators comment on tax reform After a lengthy and highly attended hearing and three proposed revisions, the Senate Business and Labor Committee voted Monday to amend and pass HB 288, the gravel mining bill, on...

Voters who didn’t receive their ballots in the mail – or who lost them and needed to get a new one – waited in long lines at Lehi City Hall on voting day, November...

In the Lehi City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 14, the City Council Chambers room was full, as was the foyer, as residents came prepared to discuss and seek either approval or denial of...

The Lehi City Police Department honored an important group of local volunteers during a presentation on Tuesday, February 12. These volunteers are vital to keeping Lehi safe. The Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program...

UPDATE: S.B. 129 has now passed Utah State Senator Wayne A. Harper from Salt Lake County is sponsoring a bill (SB129) to enhance the retirement benefits for firefighters and public safety employees. The bill was...

Lehi City beefs up patrol division Traffic in Lehi City is the biggest problem Lehi Police are currently dealing with, and they are ramping up...
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