Comfortably nestled in the northernmost reaches of the Utah valley, Lehi has a rich and fascinating history, as well as a vibrant and industrious present.
The city was first founded by Mormon pioneers in 1850 and was first named Dry Creek. Since it was first established, it has gone through numerous reincarnations. Briefly renamed Evansville after one of its founders, bishop David Evans, the city was incorporated in 1852 when it was renamed Lehi, after the prophet from the book for Mormon.
Since then, the city has gone from strength to strength; a thriving and exciting hub of business, innovation and entrepreneurship. In fact, they start ‘em young in Lehi, with the Children’s Entrepreneurs market teaching young kids the value and fun that come with establishing a business of their very own.
Perhaps the most iconic testament to the city’s passion for entrepreneurship and endeavor is the Lehi Roller Mills. The building is, as of 1994, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and was immortalized in the ‘80s classic film Footloose where it starred as Kevin Bacon’s workplace.
Lehi is deeply respectful of its rich history, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t embrace the future. The city is also a hub of the thriving tech industry. In fact, did you know that 1 in 14 flash memory chips on the planet is currently produced in Lehi? Tech giants like Adobe and Microsoft also have strong bases in Lehi, employing hundreds of its citizens.
As well as industry and entrepreneurship, Lehi has an extremely strong emphasis on family and community. Almost 80% of Lehi’s citizens are husband-wife families living together and the city, like many of its neighbors in northern Utah is widely regarded as a wonderful place to raise children.
We’re delighted to serve the city of Lehi and its diverse, ambitious businesses.