DAMASCUS LODGE #10
FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS OF UTAH
Freemasonry has a conflicted history in Utah, particularly with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, which has led to a smaller population of Masons than in almost any other jurisdiction.
The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of Utah oversees this jurisdiction and all recognized Lodges herein are governed by this august body. There are Freemason Lodges in Box Elder, Cache, Weber, Tooele, Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Carbon, Uintah, Emery, Grand, Iron, and Washington Counties.
Damascus Lodge #10 is one of two bodies of Free & Accepted Masons serving Utah County and all its cities, including Alpine, American Fork, Eagle Mountain, Highland, Lehi, Orem, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Springville, the Traverse Mountain Area, and Spanish Fork.
Damascus Lodge #10 was established January 21, 1896.
The Provo, Utah Masonic Temple
This building is located on the Provo/Orem hill, kitty-corner to the Chevron on the East side of State Street behind an apartment building.