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Welcome to Lindon City! Lindon is a full-service suburban community located 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City. Nestled below beautiful Mount Timpanogos, Lindon is an attractive destination for residents and businesses alike. Lindon is rich in outdoor recreation opportunities with multiple parks and amenities located along a growing network of biking/walking trails. With a population of 10,500 the city was honored in 2009, 2011, and 2013 when CNN Money Magazine ranked Lindon within the "100 Best Small Cities to Live In America".

Project ChildSafe is a nationwide program whose purpose is to promote safe firearms handling and storage practices among all firearms owners through the distribution of key safety education messages and free gun locking devices. FREE gunlocks are now available at the Lindon City Police Department.


Employment Opportunity!

The Lindon Senior Center has an opening for the following position:

Front Desk Attendant

If you have any questions please email Hannah Silvey or call 801-769-8637.

Easter Egg Hunt New Location!

2015 Little Miss Lindon Royalty

Congratulations to the newly crowned 2015 Little Miss Lindon royalty! Queen, Haylee MacGillvray with attendants: Mariah Evelyn, Gracie Cook, Grace Robinson, and Miriam Belliston.  You girls will do a great job representing Lindon City!

PARC Mini Grant Application

It’s time for the Lindon City PARC Tax mini grants again!  All applications must be submitted to Lindon City by 5:00 pm on the second Tuesday in April 2015 (April 9th). Grants will be awarded by the end of June of each year. Distribution of grant funding will not be made until after July 1st of each year and is subject to the actual funds being accrued by the City. The application link is provided below.

2015 Lindon City Parc Tax Mini Grant Application

Open Burn Window

The state Department of Environmental Quality issued the dates when open burning is possible this year. They have also reminded us of the regulations which require completion and approval of an on-line permit application for anyone wanting to open-burn for any reason. Open burning is considered daily by the DEQ and is allowed only if the “Clearing Index” is high enough to allow it. Completed and approved permits must be on-site with the responsible person at the location of the open burn. The open burn window information is listed below:
  1. Spring Open Burn Window is March 30th to May 30th.
  2. Fall Open Burn window is September 15th to October 30th.
  3. Farmers have no changes, they are NOT affected by the new rules. 
  4. Anyone wanting a permit please click here and apply for a permit from the DAQ (it will then be forwarded to us). 
  5. Clearing index must be at 500 to burn (permit holder must check on the day the permit is for, if it is below 500 the permit is void) click here to check the clearing index. 
  6. It is no longer legal for anyone to burn anything related to property development, even trees and brush. 
The same rules apply for what people can burn: (no trash, dimensional lumber, tires etc.)

Community Links

Click here to Report Illegal Spills or Discharge

Hazardous Waste Collection Day

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Utah County residents with household hazardous waste items such as old gasoline, paint, fluorescent light bulbs, and unused medications will be offered to dispose of these items safely at a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Saturday, April 11th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The collection will take place in the west parking lot of the Provo Towne Centre Mall. For details, including a list of what will or will not be collected, please click here or call 801-225-8538 (north) or 801-489-3027 (south).
                                  100 North State Street, Lindon, UT 84042
(801) 785-5043
M-F 8:00 am to 5:00 pm