Situated right between Utah and Salt Lake valleys, Lehi is literally at the center of Utah commerce and living. With a population nearing 70,000 (a number that has, in fact, tripled since 2000), the city of Lehi has become a wonderful place to raise a family as new communities continue to grow.
Originally founded by pioneers in 1850 at a place called Dry Creek, the city was initially called Evansville. Even then the town grew so fast that the city leaders asked the Utah Territory Legislature to be incorporated (or allowed to form a city council and gain support from the territory government). In 1852 this was approved, and the city from then onwards was named Lehi.
Having central access to I-15, you can enjoy many different outdoor and indoor activities only a few miles away. The tech industry has exploded in the region known as the Silicon Slopes, and Traverse Mountain is a great place to shop and dine. Thanksgiving Point offers an amazing center for weddings and celebrations, featuring an IMAX theater, an expansive outdoor garden, and several venues for concerts and live shows.