Idaho County Association

AIC Fall District Academies Scheduled for November

Registration is now open for AIC's 2016 Fall District Academies for City Officials. AIC will hold meetings throughout the state in November, in an effort to make training and continuing education opportunities available for city officials throughout the state. Registration for the Fall Academies is $35 and includes lunch... Read More

AIC News

Associated Taxpayers Conference Will Cover Local Government Funding & Economic Development

City officials are strongly encouraged to register for the 70th Annual Associated Taxpayers of Idaho (ATI) Conference, which will be held on Wednesday, November 30 at the Boise Centre ... Read More

LHTAC has Additional FY2017 LHSIP Funding Available

One-Time Special Application ... Read More

Innovative Bridge Construction - GRS-IBS Workshop

The Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) is hosting a demonstration workshop for... Read More

Idaho Pollutant Discharge Elimination System: Opportunity for Input and Collaboration

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is developing a program to address... Read More

Innovative Bridge Construction GRS-IBS Workshop

Innovative Bridge Construction ... Read More

Idaho Parks & Recreation Grants Available

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation provides a variety of funding programs... Read More

2016 Energy & Green Building Conference

For more than 26 years a group of dedicated folk have come together... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Dalton Gardens

Dalton Garden City Hall Located in Idaho’s beautiful panhandle, Dalton Gardens sits on the... Read More

Municipal Stormwater Phase II Rules and Idaho Permit Update

In September 2015, the Ninth Circuit approved a settlement between EPA and the... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

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

AIC Highlights Noteworthy City Clips

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

Upcoming Events

2016 Energy & Green Building Conference

  • November 1-2, 2016 - Boise

Fall District Meetings

  • November 9 - District 6 (Idaho Falls)
  • November 10 - District 5 (Chubbuck)
  • November 14 - District 3 (Boise)
  • November 15 - District 4 (Twin Falls)
  • November 28 - District 1 (Coeur d'Alene)
  • November 29 - District 2 (Lewiston)


The Risk Management Discount Program ends February 1, 2017, so if you haven’t started yet – now’s the time!
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Trying to comply with the McCleary ruling, Washington state has poured billions of... Read More

School zone camera revenue benefits police

Revenue earned through school zone cameras will allow the Spokane Police Department to... Read More

City Councilman Breean Beggs asks city to hire agency...

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Western governors, feds attempt uneasy collaboration

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Idaho News

On the Post Falls urban renewal horizon

When it comes to Post Falls urban renewal projects, this is the calm before the next infrastructure endeavor... Read More

Ketchum may team up with Boise State on city hall outreach

The Ketchum City Council may partner with Boise State University to do outreach for a new city hall, police station and fire station... Read More

Work comp rates to decrease for 2017

The Idaho Department of Insurance has received a proposal from the... Read More

Walking on sunshine: Idaho company debuts solar sidewalks

An Idaho company wants to transform thousands of miles of pavement into a... Read More

Affordable housing opens up in Burley

Nearly 40 new affordable homes have opened up in Burley. The new $7.5 million community will help with the much-needed... Read More

Idaho unemployment holds at 3.8 percent

Idaho reported a 3.8 percent unemployment rate in September, which was unchanged from... Read More

Lawmakers weigh in on gap coverage options

Among those on the Legislature’s health coverage panel weighing in with their ideas... Read More

In 7-1 vote, Ybarra loses fight with state Ed Board

Idaho state schools Superintendent Sherri Ybarra lost her fight Thursday to block the... Read More

How does the new code affect me?

The Teton County Planning staff have built some tools to help residents and... Read More

Moscow assigns police officer to fight internet crime

The Moscow Police Department's new internet crimes officer has investigated more than a... Read More

Boise City Council upholds approval of mixed-income apartments

After an hours-long meeting, the Boise City Council on Tuesday night unanimously upheld the Planning and Zoning... Read More


AL Police Say It's Hard to Hire Recruits

Police chiefs in some of Alabama's biggest cities say they are having a... Read More

In Fast-Growing Small Cities, Mayors Have Big Opportunity to...

Fishers, Indiana, is a fast-growing U.S. city. In a suburb that quickly transitioned from... Read More

Should Cities Decriminalize Biking on Sidewalks?

When it comes to discussions about implicit bias in policing, most... Read More

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