Idaho County Association

AIC City Officials Day at the Capitol Will Bring City Officials to the State Capitol

This year AIC is restructuring its annual City Officials Day at the Capitol. The event will be held Thursday, January 26 in Boise. The big change is that AIC has arranged... Read More

AIC News

House & Senate Local Government Committees have Major Changes

The House and Senate local government committees will see important changes, including new... Read More

2017 FLAP Request for Proposals

Important message to pass along about Request for Proposals for 2017 FLAP ... Read More

AIC Legislative Committee Meeting Summary: Dec. 1, 2016

Welcome & Introductions: The meeting was called to order by AIC Legislative Chair... Read More

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Internet Sales Tax Case

The following update on the legal saga surrounding Internet sales tax is from... Read More

New Bacteria Criteria

EPA, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and National Institutes of Health (NIH) are... Read More

Toxics Criteria for Human Health and Aquatic Life

The Clean Water Act requires that States update their toxic criteria every three... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Rigby

Welcome to Rigby, birthplace of television sign. Rigby is a historic farming community on... 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

Upcoming Events

Idaho City Management Association Winter Conference
  • January 24 - 25, 2017 (Boise)
City Officials' Day at the Capitol
  • January 26, 2017 (Boise)
Grants Training
  • February 23 - 24, 2017 (Pocatello)
2017 Budget and Levy Trainings
  • May 2 (Coeur d'Alene)
  • May 3 (Moscow)
  • May 18 (Nampa)
  • May 22 (Idaho Falls)
  • May 23 (Pocatello)
  • May 25 (Twin Falls)


All of us at ICRMP wish you - our members - a warm and safe holiday season. We look forward to working with you in 2017. We wish you, your families and your coworkers a peaceful and prosperous New Year! Best wishes from all of us at ICRMP.


Portland Council Unanimously Approves Bulk Fossil Fuel Terminal Ban

The Portland City Council adopted a package of bills Wednesday aimed at reducing... Read More

City of Spokane Valley wants to vote on splitting

The Spokane Valley City Council has decided to take a position on whether... Read More

Kennewick may repeal panhandling rules, deemed unconstitutional

Panhandling could become more visible in the Tri-Cities. A Kennewick law banning panhandling... Read More

Bill requires court order for public access to police videos

Wyoming legislators are considering a bill that would require... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho unemployment remains at 3.8 percent

State officials say Idaho’s unemployment rate has remained at 3.8 percent for the... Read More

Idaho school district hires lobbyist for upcoming session

A school district in central Idaho has hired a lobbyist to represent its interests during the 2017 legislative session...Read More

‘Loser pays’ rule in Idaho court system could make justice...

The Idaho Supreme Court has launched the state’s entire court system on a new track that might be called "loser pay"... Read More

Government at its best

There are plenty of examples of bad government out there and media spends a lot of energy trying to expose such cases... Read More

Rathdrum taps first female police chief

Tomi McLean has done more than climb the ranks of the Rathdrum Police Department over the last 22 years. She has become the city's first female police chief and will be the only woman heading up a city police...  Read More

City Hall Goes LED Efficient

SANDPOINT - City Hall's 984 flourescent lights will soon be replaced with energy efficient LED lighting... Read More

City OKs ADA Committee

City Council approved an ordinance last Wednesday to establish an Americans with Disabilities Act Advisory Committee... Read More

Meridian approves funding for first 'rail-with-trail' segment

City and transportation officials in the Treasure Valley hope to someday build a walking and biking path in the railroad corridor from the Boise Train Depot to Downtown Nampa... Read More



Portland Budget Set To Grow, But Is Offset By...

The budget for the city of Portland is expected to grow substantially over... Read More

Edmonton Hopes Parking Lot to Park Conversion Will Spur...

Edmonton's City Hall If all goes according to plan, the city of Edmonton,... Read More

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