Lindon is a full-service suburban community located 36 miles south of Salt Lake City and 9 miles north of Provo. Nestled below beautiful Mount Timpanogos, Lindon is an attractive destination for residents and businesses alike as two Interstate 15 interchanges, Exits 273 and 275, provide the City with wonderful access to all areas of the Wasatch Front. Rich outdoor recreation opportunities abound with multiple parks and amenities located along a growing network of biking/walking trails. With a population of 10,500 and median household income of ~$80,000, the city was honored in 2009, 2011, and 2013 when CNN Money Magazine ranked Lindon in the "100 Best Small Cities to Live In America". 

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At the heart of Utah Valley, Lindon is home to a diverse number of industrial and commercial businesses including: Vivint, Forever Green, Profire Energy, Aquatherm, Universal Industrial Sales, Sunroc Building Materials, Burton Lumber & Hardware, Stock Building Supply, Big D Construction, Interstate Gratings, Utah Pacific Bridge and Steel, Nudge, Symantec, Boostability, KT Tape, Alexander’s Print Advantage, Timpanogos Harley Davidson, Home Depot, Wal-mart, Fezzari Performance Bicycles, Hyundai of Lindon, Lexus of Lindon, and Mercedes-Benz of Lindon among many others.

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Utah County, located along the base of the Wasatch Mountains, is situated near major transportation artery I-15, Salt Lake City International airport, and available land. Provo City, 45 miles south of Salt Lake City, is the largest city in Utah County and the county seat.