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Preliminary Construction Activity at the Lindon Utah Temple Site

A portion of the land for the Lindon Utah Temple has been cleared, and a drilling rig is on site, presumably to take a core sample of the soil. A groundbreaking event for the temple is not expected to take place until next year, but preliminary activity at the site indicates that preparations for construction are well underway. A beautiful view of the grounds is afforded from Murdock Trail that runs along the east side of the property. View a 3D model of the temple.

Site Plan Approved for the Lindon Utah Temple

At a Lindon City Planning Commission meeting held on Tuesday, July 13, a conditional use permit, minor subdivision, and site plan for the Lindon Utah Temple were unanimously approved. The floor plan for the three-story temple is the first of its kind and includes a full basement with two baptismal fonts. The upper floors will feature four 50-seat instruction rooms and four sealing rooms. No groundbreaking date has been determined, but it is anticipated to occur sometime in 2022, as detailed planning and approvals are still underway.

Official Rendering Posted for the Lindon Utah Temple

The location announcement for the Lindon Utah Temple on the Church Newsroom website has been updated with a beautiful rendering of the three-story, 81,000-square-foot building. The temple will feature two windowed towers with four-sided pyramidal spires. The long narrow footprint of the building is perfectly suited to the dimensions of the temple site, located behind Oak Canyon Junior High School. No groundbreaking date has been set yet for the project.

Location Announced for the Lindon Utah Temple

A field by Oak Canyon Junior High, located near the intersection of 800 East and Center Street in Lindon, will be the location of the Lindon Utah Temple. Projects leaders will begin working immediately with city officials on obtaining the necessary approvals for the plans, which call for a three-story temple of approximately 81,000 square feet. An exterior rendering will be released at later date, and no date has been determined for the groundbreaking event.