Lehi Main Street Historic District

Lehi is located in the Northern most part of Utah County. The city offers many different historical locations incuding the famous Lehi Roller Mills, as well as modern attractions such as Thanksgiving Point. Lehi prides itself on honoring and raising past, present, and future pioneers of technology, trade, etc. Specifically, Lehi, UT remembers and values past pioneers through keeping the integrity and general appearance and structure of the Lehi Main Street Historic District.

The Lehi Main Street Historic District is recognized for many different functions showing historical and architectural significance from 1850-1945. Between Center Street and 200 West, and up to 100 North, this district is home to 26 historic buildings that show styles from late victorian, to the late 19th and early 20th century. In the past, this district has offered visitors domestic, commerce, social, government, recreation, and transportational uses. To this day, it is still used for similar functions as well as features annual Lehi Roundup Week activities.

This site will give you an opportunity to take a tour of Main Street, as seen in 2015 as well as provide popups that will show you what it has looked like throughout history. Enjoy!

**Note: Special thanks to the Lehi Historic Archives who offered their resources to help complete this project.

100 W. Main St.
Lehi, Utah 84043