Lehi city: Also known as Snow's Springs, Sulphur Springs, Dry Creek and Evansville.

Settled: In 1850 by a group of Mormons, it is Utah's sixth oldest town.

First mayor: Silas P. Barnes, elected unanimously.

First public works project: A bridge over the Jordan River

Population: 19,028

Per household income: $53,038

Average house value: $148,400

City size: 20.3 square miles

Largest employers: Lehi Roller Mills, Alpine School District, Micron Technology.

Outstanding features: Thanksgiving Point, the Legacy Center, Lehi's hub of activity, and Broadbent's General Store, the oldest store of its kind left in the state.

Outstanding events: The Lehi Round-Up Rodeo, parade and weeklong festivities.

Distance from Salt Lake City: 26 miles

ZIP code: 84043