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Emergency Relief Fund Online Application

The Idaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM) is now accepting applications for the Emergency Relief Fund (ERF). The application along with application guidance, eligibility requirements, and prioritization of projects can be found... Read More

AIC News

Emergency Relief Fund Online Application Now Live

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2017 AIC Annual Conference Exhibitor

Exhibitor Showcase: To kick off the conference, on Wednesday, June 21 from10:00 a.m. to... 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

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Weston

Weston City Offices Weston lies on the eastern edge of the fertile 50-mile-long Cache... Read More


Cyber threats are growing exponentially, so you and your agency need to be aware of them and educate your employees to help avoid them.
The two largest threats right now are Phishing (Emails with malicious hyperlinks) and Ransomware (Hackers encrypt your data and only allow access after you pay the ransom).
Some of the easiest ways to avoid successful cyber attacks are:
  • Train your employees
  • Backup your data
For more tips for staying safe online, click HERE.

The best anti-virus is YOU!



Portland to Tap Wastewater Plant for Fueling City Vehicles...

Portland's Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant. For... Read More

Airbnb “Welcomes” Seattle’s New Rental Regulation Ideas

Nearly a year after City Council Member Tim Burgess first introduced legislation to... Read More

Public emails, private server: Puyallup ex-councilman turns to high...

A former Puyallup city councilman has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review... Read More

Two Salt Lake City employees charged with misusing taxpayer...

Two Salt Lake City employees were charged Friday for allegedly using public funds... Read More

Idaho News

Potential Meridian Costco location...

A few years ago there were some rumblings about a Costco potentially making... Read More

Timing of Idaho SupCourt justice's retirement means candidates can...

With Idaho Supreme Court Justice Daniel... Read More

White House agrees to re-nominate Judge Nye for long-vacant...

The White House has signed off on the... Read More

Overhaul of Idaho oil and gas laws includes new...

A revamped commission overseeing Idaho's natural gas and oil industry and a beefed... Read More

Proposed Idaho med school to begin construction

A proposed for-profit osteopathic medical school in Idaho can begin construction after receiving... Read More

Housing construction has 'gone crazy' in West Ada...

Roughly 2,400 new housing units were built in the West Ada School District from 2016 to 2017. That's according to... Read More

Caldwell facing serious shortage of affordable housing

Cecilia Flores, 34, is a single parent of a 7- and 13-year-old. She is also a third-generation resident of Farmway Village... Read More

Hailey continues to scrutinize Quigley Farm annexation

The Hailey City Council got a clearer sense last week from developers about what they plan to build at Quigley Farm under... Read More

Land donation: to sell or to develop?

A generous land donation has left the City of Grangeville with a new baby on its doorstep; it's precious, yes, but what to do... Read More

Rupert presents $3.96 million bond proposal to taxpayers

About three dozen Rupert citizens questioned Rupert officials April 24 about the city's proposed $3.96 million general... Read More

Nampa council approves new management of Civic Center

The company that runs the Ford Idaho Center for the city of Nampa will also run the Nampa Civic Center... Read More

Sisters are mayors of Pocatello for a day

Two sisters from Holy Spirit Catholic School held the top government position in Pocatello on April 25 when they served as mayors for a day alongside Mayor Brian Blad.

Amaia Gabiola, an eighth-grader, and Mila Gabiola, a fifth-grader, were chosen as mayors for a day after ... Read More

Two Oregon onion packing sheds moving to Idaho

Two major onion packing sheds are moving from Oregon's Malheur County to Idaho... Read More


Hacking is now so common that even small nations...

Russian state hackers get the headlines, but nations across the globe are pouring... Read More

Supreme Court: Cities Can Sue Banks Over Predatory Lending...

The Fair Housing Act (FHA) lives, for now. Yesterday... Read More

Trump Open to Hiking Gas Tax to Fund Infrastructure...

Like so many of the president's assertions, the statement, made in a Bloomberg... Read More

Every City Wants to Be Innovative. How Can They...

Word from down under: Cities need to get smarter about data, younger people... Read More

Texas Gov. Abbott Signs Measure Targeting 'Sanctuary Cities'

The law, effective Sept. 1, allows police to ask during routine stops if... Read More

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