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AIC Spring Academy for City Officials Coming Soon to a City Near You - Register Today!

Spring is officially here and AIC's Spring Academy for City Officials is just around the corner. If you hyave not yet registered for one of the upcoming academies, I invite you to do so soon. This year, the AIC Spring Academy for City Officials will take place in six locations around the state on... Read More

AIC News

The 2016 Idaho Legislature from the Cities’ Perspective

The 2016 legislative session was productive from a policymaking standpoint, but was definitely... Read More

2016 AIC Annual Conference

2016 AIC Annual Conference Please choose one of the registration forms below: Adult Delegate ... Read More

Idaho Chapter of PRIMA Spring 2016 Advanced Course

Idaho Chapter of PRIMA Spring 2016 Advanced Course May 3, 2016 at the Nampa... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Melba

Melba is a small farming community in the southernmost part of Canyon County... Read More

Economic Development Strategy (City of Meridian)

In June 2014 the City of Meridian completed a city-wide Economic Development Strategy.... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy City Clips

Check out noteworthy things done and honors received by cities around Idaho as... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho... Read More



Idaho Chapter of PRIMA (Public Risk Management Association) Advanced Course is Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Nampa Civic Center. Advanced training topics include: ethics, civility, hiring, termination, coaching and performance appraisals, public records and employment law pitfalls. For more information and to register, click here.


City Council votes to drop voting rights appeal

The Yakima City Council has voted to end a four-year fight over how... Read More

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales Calls For Community's Help To...

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales said the police are using the right strategies to... Read More

Medford considers creating tiny house village for homeless

The Medford City Council is considering establishing a tiny house community for homeless... Read More

Idaho News

Scholarships Available for the Upcoming Walk Bike Summit May...

Scholarships to the Idaho Walk Bike Summit Now Available! ... Read More

Arbor Day - April 29, 2016

YAY! TREES! The last Friday in April each year marks Arbor Day --... Read More

Idaho Regional Travel Grant Program Applications Being Accepted

The Idaho Department of Commerce is accepting applications for the Idaho Regional Travel... Read More

Tensions between Idaho AG, lawmakers...

Lawmakers and the Idaho Attorney General's Office are going back-and-forth on whether state... Read More

Obama nominates David Nye for Idaho federal judge seat...

President Barack Obama has nominated Idaho 6th District Judge David Nye to a... Read More

Idaho governor vetoes bill to allow more use of...

The rejected legislation stated the Bible could be used for reference purposes in... Read More

Dallas flights will help Boise business travelers, chamber says...

Dallas is a major destination for Boise travelers even without the direct flights... Read More

Otter names one new state parks board member, calls...

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has named one new member to the state parks... Read More

Idaho governor signs bill, allows 4 measures to become...

Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter on Friday has signed a remaining piece of legislation... Read More


Police Use Social Media as Front-Line Tool in Fighting...

When a football-wielding spring breaker in Alabama threw what many would consider to... Read More

The U.S. Cities Marching Ahead on Paid Parental Leave...

Will new policies in San Francisco and New York nudge the country towards... Read More

Mayors form anti-discrimination group in response to laws

Mayors from around the country are forming a group called "Mayors Against Discrimination"... Read More

A Preview of the Cincinnati Streetcar: Expected to Open...

The Cincinnati City Council is considering a budget for the eagerly anticipated Cincinnati... Read More

Rochester Mayor: Investing in Co-ops Builds “Stairway Out of...

“We’re saying to the neighborhoods, if we do this, if we remove as... Read More

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