Idaho County Association

Join us for the 70th AIC Annual Conference

On behalf of the AIC Board of Directors, AIC invites you to attend AIC's upcoming Annual Conference June 21-23 at the Boise Centre. Please join us and approximately 400 city officials and partners from across the state as we explore current challenges and opportunities facing Idaho's 200 cities... Read More

AIC News

Federal Highway Administration Announces $1.25 Million for Emergency Repairs to Flood-Damaged Roads and Bridges in Idaho

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) today announced the immediate availability of $1.25 million in Emergency Relief funds to help... Read More

AIC Board District Directors Elected for FY2018

Over 300 city officials attended 2017 AIC Spring District Workshops held around the state... Read More

Call for Nominations: AIC 3rd Vice President

The AIC Nominating Committee will convene at the upcoming AIC Annual Conference to interview and nominate a candidate for AIC 3rd Vice President. To be considered for the position... Read More

Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire Training

The Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire training occurring at the Western Planner &... Read More

DEQ Seeks Applicants for Recognition as Environmentally Friendly Businesses/Organizations...

Idaho businesses, industries, and organizations that incorporate pollution prevention into their daily operations... Read More

DEQ Accepting Grant Applications for Water Pollution Cleanup and...

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is accepting applications for grants to fund surface... 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

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Onaway

Onaway and the much larger city of Potlatch are of such close proximity,... Read More

Upcoming Events

AIC Annual Conference - June 21-23 (Boise)



Executive Sessions are essential for public entities to conduct portions of a meeting that is closed to the public. With this ability, however, comes great responsibility. Care must be taken and procedures must be followed to ensure compliance with Idaho’s Open Meeting Law.
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State agency says Wyoming recycling programs improving

Wyoming is improving its waste-recycling programs and is better... Read More

Inslee signs bill to OK fees for electronic public...

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that will allow government agencies to... Read More

New DUI law bans new immigrants from driving after...

Utah’s new toughest-in-the-nation drunken driving law contains a little-noticed provision that would impose... Read More

SLC schools offer $44K starting salary to teachers

Utah’s race to pay teachers more money has a new leader in Salt... Read More

Is the Salt Lake City attorney protecting the City Council from itself?

Transparent it isn't. Confusion reigns on the north end of City Hall's third floor where the Salt Lake City Council does the people's business... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho asks appeals court to uphold ban on spying...

Idaho asked a federal appeals court... Read More

From drought to flood

When it comes to water, you want not too little, and not too much. Lately, it seems as if Idaho is getting... Read More

Fallen Coeur d’Alene police officer, two others, to be...

Fallen Coeur d’Alene police officer, two others, to be given medals of honor... Read More

Meridian mayor: ‘We’ll never grow ourselves out of congestion’...

No Treasure Valley city has grown the way Meridian has over the past... Read More

Idaho approves second state veterans cemetery, set for eastern...

Plans for a second Idaho state veterans cemetery in eastern Idaho won approval... Read More

Floating jungle gym on Lake Coeur...

A floating jungle gym in Lake Coeur d'Alene is... Read More

Alex Jones retracts accusations linking Chobani to Twin Falls...

Alex Jones, the founder of the far-right conspiracy website InfoWars,... Read More

Eastern Idaho voters approve new community college

Eastern Idaho voters approve new community college Read More

Snake River bridge, Magic Valley armory on state's infrastructure wish list

A new bridge across the Snake River near Twin Falls and a new regional Idaho National Guard armory are among... Read More

Labrador presses immigration crackdown bill in Congress

You can read a summary of Idaho Rep. Raul Labrador’s immigration... Read More

Little issues executive order to review all of Idaho's...

Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little, serving as acting governor today, signed an executive... Read More

New science standards hope to appease Idaho lawmakers

New science standards hope to appease Idaho lawmakers... Read More

The Idaho Supreme Court vacancy

Last month, Idaho Supreme Court Justice Daniel "Dan" Eismann announced that he would be stepping down... Read More

Council approves animals in hot cars ordinance

Leaving an animal unattended in a motor vehicle is now against Twin Falls city code... Read More


The 5 Scariest Things About Jeff Sessions's New War...

Four criminal justice experts weigh in on what the attorney general is saying... Read More

Mayoral Group to Work on Infrastructure with President Trump...

The U.S. Conference of Mayors, eager to work with the White House on... Read More

Gentrification, for Better and Worse

Gentrification—more wealthy people moving into lower-income communities—often faces opposition, sometimes for the wrong... Read More

Taking 'Sanctuary Cities' Literally

An activist is calling on the Archdiocese of New York to make churches... Read More

How 3 Cities Are Using an App Designed to...

An Anchorage, Alaska, official identified Portland, Maine, as a "peer city."(Photo byDidier Moïse) ... Read More

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