Idaho County Association

1st Annual AIC Municipal Water Users Summit; October 25th in Boise

AIC is pleased to announce the first ever AIC Municipal Water Users Summit. All city officials are invited to attend; however, the content of the meeting is targeted towards city elected officials, administrators, public works professionals and other staff working directly in water, wastewater and stormwater programs. 

For more information, including registration details, please click here.

AIC News

Additional LHSIP funding, one-time special application for Fiscal Year 2017

LHTAC has been authorized to distribute an additional $2.5M. Deadline for applications is 4:30pm (MST) on November 4, 2016... Read More

Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation

FHWA announced the publication of a great resource for pedestrian and bicycle transportation... Read More

LHTAC Applications Posted Online

Applications are available online ... Read More

Community Mobility Institute

Community Mobility Institute ... Read More

DEQ to Host Open House on Salmon Air Quality

Concerned about air quality in the Salmon area? The Idaho Department of Environmental... Read More

Local Highway Safety Improvement (LHSIP) Applications Online

Local Highway Safety Improvement (LHSIP) ... Read More

LHTAC Fall Workshops

LHTAC Workshops ... 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

Noteworthy things done and honors received by cities around Idaho as... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Bancroft

Bancroft lies in the upper reaches of Gem Valley, about 15... Read More

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94% of all traffic crashes are a result of driver behavior. Your decisions drive your safety!
Do you ever drive distracted? Driving-related crashes aren’t just one of the highest claims areas, they are also responsible for killing thousands of people each year.
Do yourself, your family, your friends and your coworkers a favor and don’t drive distracted or drowsy.
For more information about driver safety, visit the ICRMP website and the ICRMP Online University.



BLM postpones Utah coal lease sale; sage grouse concerns

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has postponed... Read More

Correction: Sage Grouse-Interior Secretary story

DENVER (AP) — In a story Sept. 21 about the greater sage grouse... Read More

Portland Says New Speed Camera Reduces Speeding By 93%

Transportation experts say a new kind of speed camera has reduced speeding along... Read More

Colorado envies Utah's transportation system, seeks success tips

Colorado envies Utah’s transportation system and the taxes that built it — so... Read More

Seattle to get lower speed limits

An ordinance to lower central-city speeds to 25 mph unanimously passed Seattle City... Read More

Idaho News

BLM approves new geothermal project in Idaho

Federal officials have approved the first geothermal project on Idaho's public lands since the 1980s... Read More

Mountain Home police rescue woman

Two Mountain Home police officers are being praised for their heroics... Read More

Urban renewal agency opts to lower interest on loan

COEUR d'ALENE - The city's urban renewal agency decided Wednesday to refinance $8.7 million... Read More

New council members leave impact

In their first eight months in office, Michelle Ziel-Dingman and John Radford have shaken things up on the Idaho Falls City Council... Read More


Caldwell Housing Authority receives grant from urban renewal

A $45,000 grant awarded to the Caldwell Housing Authority by the city's urban renewal agency will help lay the foundation for... Read More

City of Boise to sell low-income home to low-income buyer

For years, Boise's Housing and Community Development office has managed hundreds of rental homes for low-income families... Read More

City further defines its strategic plan

PAYETTE - Armed with the results from a recently completed community input survey, members of Payette city government... Read More

City cuts red tape for alcohol

A pair of new ordinances in the City of Payette may solve a few potential stumbling blocks facing some businesses... Read More

Stites, White Bird approve 2017 budgets

Stites and White Bird both approved their budget proposals recently, wrapping up fiscal year 2017 budget hearings in Idaho County... Read More

Youth forum brings area high school students together

More than 60 students from four high schools met at the College of Idaho on Wednesday to attend the Caldwell Youth Forum... Read More

Watco buys former Burley RV plant

Watco Companies LLC has purchased Keystone RV Company's former manufacturing facility west of Burley... Read More


Chicago argues police officers' personal emails are private

The city of Chicago is asking a judge to overturn... Read More

7 Documentaries About Cities Streaming Now

More profiles of cities, their residents, and their dramas. Read More

NC to Limit Access to Law Enforcement Video

On Saturday, police in Charlotte, North Carolina, voluntarily released footage from the fatal... Read More

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