Lehi Historical Marker Program

We are proud to present the Lehi Historical Marker Program. Please click the link below to tell us where you think these signs should go.

Nomination Form for Historical Markers

The Lehi Historical Society and Archives is proud to present the Lehi Historical Marker Program. Thanks to a generous donation from HADCO Construction and a large grant from the city’s PARC Program, we will be installing 36 historical markers in the sidewalks of Lehi over the next couple of years.

Additionally, we will be taking nominations for sign locations here. Please take the time to tell us why your location deserves a marker.

As Lehi grows, it is important to pass on the history, peoples, places and practices of those who went before us so that we can stay true to our roots. Standing 10 ft. tall and placed in sidewalks, these signs will do just that. They will all look the same and offer approximately three sentences about what happened at that place. Locations will include places like the Lehi Hospital, the Rodeo Grounds, Lehi Roller Mills, a location to mark the floods of 1983-1984 and the home of George Goates of whom the men of Lehi came to his rescue in 1918.

For more information, you can contact the historical society at 801-768-1570 or lehihistory.com.

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