🠈  Lehi, Utah  🠊

Lehi, Utah

Lehi is a rapidly expanding town West of I15 in the Northern reaches of Utah, County. The 2010 population of Lehi was 19,028. The 2010 population was 57,407.

The area along Dry Creek was settled by Mormon pioneers in 1850. It was briefly referred to as Evansville after David Evans, but was incorporated as Lehi in 1852.

Lehi is the name of a character from the Book of Mormon which tells us that Lehi and his son Nephi were Israelites who crossed the ocean circa 590BC to establish a civilization in the New World.

Landmarks include Lehi Roller Mills and Thanksgiving Potin. Lehi Roller were founded in 1906. They were featured in the 1984 movie Footloose. Thanksgiving Point is a museum and entertainment complex founded in 1995. The downtown area of Lehi is a registered historic district (Wikipedia, drawn 4/2012).

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