Moving to Lehi, UT: A Neighbor Moving Guide

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So you’re thinking about moving to Lehi, Utah? Don’t worry, we get it! Lehi is an innovative hub, full of entrepreneurship and trendy startups, easy access to the rocky mountains, and has a huge shopping center in Traverse Mountain. However, Lehi has so much more to offer than these things. This Lehi Moving Guide will provide you with the information you need to make decisions about neighborhoods, schools, crime, travel, and other considerations that you should have in mind when considering moving to Lehi, Utah.

With close to twenty-thousand incorporated cities in the United States bringing so many diverse opportunities and possibilities, it can be hard to settle on just one. Whether you’ve found a place to stay or you are planning on finding one when you arrive, Neighbor has affordable self storage for you! This guide will help you along the way as you consider or plan moving to Lehi.

Moving to Lehi, Utah

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I. Moving to Lehi Overview

Lehi is the 11th largest city in Utah with an estimated population of 62,712. The median age is 24.7 and the median household income is $81,013. There are approximately 14, 379 households located in the Lehi with an average of 3.91 people per household. (2018 Data)

The median property value in Lehi is $265,800 and the homeownership rate is 80.3 percent. Lehi is located in Utah County, UT and borders cities such as American Fork, UT; Draper, UT; Bluffdale, UT; Highland, UT; and Saratoga Springs, UT.

Personal Experiences From People Living in Lehi

Neighbor has partnered with Lifey (Selfie + Life Story = Lifey) to give you the grass roots information on Lehi, Utah. Lifey has compiled hundreds of personal experiences, tips and tricks, favorite things, least favorite things, random facts, and much more all about moving to Lehi. Read about it on their Guide to Lehi. Give Lehi your stamp of approval here.

II. List of all the Neighborhoods in Lehi

The community is made up of over 23 different neighborhoods covering 26.7 square miles at an altitude of 4,564 ft. Moving to a new city has its advantages because you can pick which neighborhood you live in and what type of people you want to associate with. Smaller towns and cities lack what Lehi provides. Below is a list of all the neighborhoods located in Lehi along with a description of the area and its location in relation to other larger surrounding cities.

  • Cedar Hollow Neighborhood
  • Central West Neighborhood
  • Courtyard Cove/Foxborough Neighborhood
  • Eagle Crest Neighborhood
  • Fox Run Neighborhood
  • Gray’s Farm Neighborhood
  • Jordan Willows Neighborhood
  • Lehi Central Neighborhood
  • Lehi Ranches Neighborhood
  • North Lake Neighborhood
  • Olympic Park Neighborhood
  • Pheasant Pointe Neighborhood
  • Pilgrims Landing Neighborhood
  • Point Meadows Neighborhood
  • Railroad Street Neighborhood
  • Skyridge Corner Neighborhood
  • Snow Springs Neighborhood
  • Spring Creek Ranch Neighborhood
  • Sunset Drive Neighborhood
  • Sunset Hollow Neighborhood
  • Traverse Landing Neighborhood
  • Utah Highlands Neighborhood
  • Yorkshire Neighborhood

According to the U.S Census Bureau, Lehi is the fifth fastest-growing city in the United States. The city has more than doubled in size in the last decade due to several landmark companies, such as Adobe, I.M., Microsoft, Vivint, Oracle, Xactware and Xango laying roots there. Lehi’s most notable attraction is Thanksgiving Point, which offers various museum experiences, botanical gardens, shopping and restaurants for the whole family to enjoy. Lehi is a very beautiful city and has many diverse attractions with the mountains, lakes, reservoirs, resorts, national parks, desert, and shopping within reach of you in only a matter of minutes!

III. Lehi Crime Rates

Need I say more? You need to know what is going on in the area that you are planning to move to in Lehi. You don’t want any drunken surprises, drug busts, or robberies happening in your neighborhood. Thankfully for you, Lehi is known for being a safe and secure neighborhood.

Lehi received a crime rate of 121.8 which is astoundingly lower than the US average of 280.5. Within 2016 there were 0 murders, 36 rapes, 8 robberies, 33 assaults, 130 burglaries, 599 thefts, 40 auto thefts, and 1 arson attempt. This is considerably lower than, for example, Chicago which had 765 murders, 1,568 rapes, and 12,000 robberies in 2016. Compared to those numbers, Lehi seems like a pretty safe place to live!

There are also many opportunities to volunteer and join a service organization within Lehi. These organizations provide support and encouragement to those residents who need it the most.

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IV. Lehi Schools & Stats

If you have children then this is probably one of the most important thing you should be thinking about. Where are your kids going to go to school? How good is the school when compared to the others in the area? Does the school specialize in a certain subject, and will your children enjoy that? These are all serious questions that need answered. We’ve done the hard work for you and found a PDF put together with all the schools in the district. You can learn more at each school’s website, but we’ve pulled the most important data from each one and arranged it here. Check out the PDF of all the schools within the Alpine School District.

  • 60 Local Elementary Schools
  • 17 Local Junior High / Middle Schools
  • 2 Local High Schools
  • 5 Accredited Colleges

Since there are so many schools to report on feel free to visit the PDF above for all their information, but we’ve broken down the interesting stats on the 2 companion High Schools in the Lehi area so you can make an informed decision on where you want to live if you have high schoolers. For more in-depth information, visit and compare the below assessments.

Lehi High School

Lehi High School LogoLehi High School is ranked in the top 50 high schools in the state of Utah. Proficiency scores are as follows: Language Arts 88.28%, Mathematics 67.99% and Science 58.81%, all of which are above average for Utah. Lehi High School has a student to teacher ratio of 24:1.

  • Principal: Doug Webb
  • Assistant Principals: Matthew Peterson, Ben Abrams, Matt King
  • Address: 180 N 500 E, Lehi, UT 84043
  • Phone: (801) 610-8805
  • Mascot: Pioneers
  • School Colors: Purple, Black, White

Skyridge High School

Skyridge High School LogoSkyridge High School is the second high school located in Lehi. The school opened in August 2016 and rivals with Corner Canyon High School in Draper, UT.

  • Principal: Dr. Joel Perkins
  • Assistant Principals: Kevin Henshaw, Jana Houle, John LaBare, Thomas Paul
  • Address: 3000 N Center Lehi, UT 84043
  • Phone: (801) 610-8820
  • Mascot: Falcon
  • School Colors: Orange, Grey

V. Homes for Sale in Lehi

 You want to buy a home that will continue to appreciate in value so you can sell if for a profit when you decide to move again later in life. Check out Zillow’s Home Buying Guide to get help figuring out everything you need to know through a step-by-step process to buy a home. The estimated average home price or condo value in Lehi is currently $341,000 for a medium home with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

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VI. Apartments in Lehi

Renting an apartment is almost as stressful as entering into a new relationship. You’ll be living in a neighborhood within a neighborhood — a community that functions within society as a whole, and you want to be in the best position possible. You need a landlord who fits your personality type so you don’t clash over the dumbest things. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a few resources to help make the process of moving to Lehi apartments seamless and easy.

VII. Lehi Cost of Living

Find out from the locals how much groceries are, average rent/mortgages, property expenses, taxes, etc. The better idea you can get before arriving, the more prepared you can be—and also the more negotiating power you’ll have when you’re determining what to request for your salary if you are moving here for work. The cost of living index will help you understand if you can afford to live in Lehi, Utah, how this city compares to other cities within Utah, and how Utah compares to others in the USA. Take the cost of living seriously and it could save you lots of money in the long run. Currently the cost of living index for Lehi is 111.8 which is slightly above the average across the United States.

VIII. Things To Do in Lehi, Utah

Let’s be honest for a second. The main thing we care about when moving to a new city or neighborhood is ‘what is there to do in Lehi?’ We care less about the crime rates than we do the food scene, fitness gyms, grocery stores, shopping malls, theatres, etc. No one wants to live in a place that has no nightlife! So what is there to do in Lehi? More than you would think!

  • Thanksgiving Point
  • Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point
  • Museum of Natural Curiosity at Thanksgiving Point
  • Hutching Museum
  • Neptune Park
  • Traverse Mountains
  • Wines Park
  • Olympic Park
  • Children’s Discovery Garden

Lehi Attraction Resources

IX. Lehi Commuting & Public Transit

How accessible is Lehi? Before settling down in any given neighborhood you need to check out how close it is to the main cities and attractions. You don’t want to have to live in Big Water, Utah which is 5 hours and 39 minutes from Salt Lake City or where there is no public transit. We’ve compiled the best commuting times, average gas prices, and available public transit surrounding Lehi below to help you make the decision regarding moving to Lehi.

Commuting times can make or break a decision about where to live. Luckily, if you are moving to Lehi, you have the rest of Utah at your fingertips.

Commuting Times

  • Time to Orem – 19 Minutes
  • Time to Sandy – 23 Minutes
  • Time to Provo – 24 Minutes
  • Time to Salt Lake City – 32 Minutes
  • Time to Bountiful – 39 Minutes
  • Time to Ogden – 1 Hour and 1 Minute
  • Time to Logan – 1 Hour and 43 Minutes
  • Time to St. George – 3 Hours and 54 Minutes

Travel Time from Lehi to the Attractions and National Parks

  • Time to Park City – 57 Minutes
  • Time to St. George – 3 Hours and 54 Minutes
  • Time to Bear Lake – 2 Hours and 35 Minutes
  • Time to Yellowstone – 6 Hours and 23 Minutes
  • Time to Zions National Park – 4 Hours and 11 Minutes
  • Time to Arches National Park – 3 Hours and 18 Minutes
  • Time to Canyonlands National Park – 3 Hours 32 Minutes
  • Time to Capitol Reef National Park – 3 Hours and 3 Minutes
  • Time to Bryce Canyon National Park – 3 Hours and 41 Minutes

Average Gas Prices around Lehi

  • Average Gas Price: $3.15
  • Lowest Gas Price: $2.99
  • Highest Gas Price: $3.29

For real time insights into gas prices in Lehi visit!

Available Public Transit

X. Cheap Self Storage in Lehi

If you are moving then you should seriously consider self storage. It could take a while to find the perfect neighborhood in a day, week, month, or year. You’ll want to arrange for a cheap self storage unit that can protect your belongings while you continue your search for home. You need something flexible, cheap, and in a convenient location — you need Neighbor Storage. Neighbor’s got you covered with their self storage platform. The prices below speak for themselves.

Average Price of Storage in Lehi:

Unit Size Traditional Self Storage Facility Price Neighbor’s Average Price
5 x 5 $24 $14
5 x 10 $28 $20
10 x 10 $88 $35
10 x 15 $59 $43
10 x 20 $83 $45
10 x 20+ $226 $45+

We’ve listed out all the unit sizes you could possibly imagine. You won’t need anything bigger than an 10 x 20 storage unit unless you are trying to store an RV in which case you should really be looking at Neighbor’s website for a space to save you money. The traditional self storage unit prices are almost double every time for every size of storage unit available. Neighbor provides storage at affordable costs, secure locations, and has on demand units so you can get a unit anytime, every time. So if you’re considering moving to Lehi, search for cheap Lehi self storage now or consider renting out your unused space.

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XI. Lehi Moving Guide Conclusion: Home Sweet Home?

You can literally move anywhere in the United States. According to a Pew Research Center Survey, 37% of Americans have never lived outside their hometown and 57% have never lived outside their home state. Don’t fall into that statistic! Be a traveler, explorer, or nomad of the the USA suburbia! Why not try moving to Lehi, Utah? If not, explore other new neighborhoods near you and only settle when you have found the city that fits your vibe.