About Lehi, Utah

Lehi is a city located in northern Utah, about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City. It was founded in 1850 by Mormon pioneers and named after a Book of Mormon prophet. Lehi has a rich history in agriculture, with its fertile soil and access to water from the nearby Jordan River. Today, the city has a thriving economy with a mix of industries including technology, healthcare, and manufacturing. Lehi is also home to popular tourist attractions such as Thanksgiving Point, a complex with gardens, museums, and a golf course, and the Lehi Roller Mills, a historic flour mill featured in the movie "Footloose". With a growing population and a strong sense of community, Lehi continues to be a desirable place to live and work in Utah.

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