Lehi is located in the northern part of the state of Utah and a city in Utah County. It sits on the north part of Utah Lake and is the agriculture center for alfalfa, and sugar beets, and a suburb of Salt Lake City. The area where the present-day Levi stands was called Evansville and renamed to Dry Creek, and it was then renamed to Lehi after its incorporation after a patriarch in the Book of Mormon. The city has several historical locations and establishments that are being preserved up to the present such as the Point of the Mountain, which is a preserved portion of the Pony Express Trail, and others such as the John Hutchings Museum of Natural History and the Saratoga Springs.
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