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The Reader’s Digest lists Lehi as one of the most “budget-friendly” towns for people to retire, according to its recent online publication. According to the...

On Tuesday, August 12, 2018, the Alpine School District Board of Education held a Truth in Taxation public hearing and voted to increase property...

Lehi City asks Thanksgiving Point to rework area plan In the spring of 1995, the Fox family sold their 400+ acre dairy farm in the...

Planning for transit-oriented developments a City priority A “Tale of Two Cities,” was how Christie Hutchings and Mike West, Lehi City planners, introduced a power...

Thanksgiving Point says “no” to road through golf course, Lehi loses millions Lehi City engineers came close to getting final approval and funding for a...

In a Pre-Council discussion on July 10, Lehi City Council members commented on a proposal brought to them by Mayor Mark Johnson concerning purchase...

I’m excited to write an article for the Lehi Free Press about real estate in our city. It combines two things that I care deeply...

The annual Alpine School District Administrator Conference took place Wednesday – Thursday, August 1 and 2, at Willowcreek Middle School. The theme for the...

In a relatively short meeting, five members of Lehi City Planning Commission met to approve, deny, or table six agenda items. The following projects were...

Basic services available to public each weekday To better meet the needs of the citizens of Lehi and to provide more access to city services,...
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