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The 2016 Idaho Legislature from the Cities' Perspective

The 2016 legislative session was productive from a policymaking standpoint, but was definitely a mixed bag in terms of promoting and protecting the interests of Idaho’s cities.  This article will review the most significant issues of the session from the city perspective....Read More

AIC News

AIC Records Retention Bill Passes Senate

AIC's records retention bill passed the Senate by a vote of 34-0-1 yesterday... Read More

AIC-Sponsored Bill on Unused Cemetery Lots Passes Legislature

An AIC-sponsored bill that will help cities deal with unused cemetery lots has... Read More

Urban Renewal Bill Scheduled for Senate Hearing Wed., March...

Today, the Idaho House of Representatives passed House Bill 606—the urban renewal reform... Read More

Listening to the Urban Renewal Hearing This Afternoon

This afternoon at 1:00 p.m. Mountain Time (Noon Pacific) the Senate Local Government... Read More

2016 Directory of Idaho Government Officials

The 2016 Directory of Idaho Government Officials is now available... Read More

2016 AIC Annual Conference

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

2016 AIC Spring District Meetings

The 2016 AIC Spring District Meetings are scheduled for six locations around the state in April... Read More

GIS Program (City of McCall)

In 2005 the City of McCall hired a new planner in the Community... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Athol

Aerial view of Athol Athol lies four miles west of Farragut State Park and... 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

Urban Renewal Bill Passes without AIC’s Amendment

On Friday the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die, allowing legislators to head home... Read More

 

ICRMP News

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.

Regional

Planning commission OKs new mosque for Salt Lake City...

The Salt Lake City Planning Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved a conditional use... Read More

City Council looks to close wage and gender gap...

The age gap is a national phenomenon and it’s happening here in Spokane.... Read More

Portland Mayor To Target Crime, Homelessness In Final Months...

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales delivered his final State of the Cityaddress Friday. His... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho Chapter of PRIMA Spring 2016 Advanced Course

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

Idaho Fair Housing Celebration & Workshop - Basic Topics...

Idaho Fair Housing Celebration & Workshop ... Read More

Idaho Tax Commission 2016 Budget & Levy Training

The Tax Commission's 2016 Budget & Levy Trainings are scheduled at six locations around the state during the month of May... Read More

2016 Idaho Energy & Green Building Conference

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

Moving People First Summit

The Moving People First Summit is scheduled for April 13, when a cadre of national speakers will come to Boise to discuss roadway design... Read More

Walk Bike Summit 2016

Idaho Walk Bike Alliance will host Walk Bike Summit 2016, an event which will educate and inspire... Read More

Idaho powerline plan tries to avoid private property

A plan for two high-voltage transmission lines crossing southwestern Idaho has been altered... Read More

National

Miami-Dade Merges Public Works, Transportation Into One Agency

(Photo by Melkom) Last month, in a bid to improve efficiency and better... Read More

What the Boom in Women-Owned Businesses Means for Cities...

New research suggests that urban areas could benefit from stepping up to support... Read More

Vacant lots in 6 cities to become tree farms,...

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis' population has dropped by more than half... Read More

Stormwater Permits Create Funding Problems for SoCal Cities

The MS4 Permit was designed as a way to clean up urban stormwater... Read More

What’s Next for State Takeovers of U.S. Cities

Steven Young, a community activist from Atlantic City, New Jersey, testifies against a... Read More

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