Idaho County Association

AIC Provides Model Resolutions for Designating Public Records Custodians to Comply with SB 1274

One of the more important new laws taking effect July 1, 2018 is a requirement that cities and other public agencies designate records custodians and alternates so that people know who to approach to request copies or viewing of public records... Read More

AIC News

Understanding Revenue Sharing Presentation Available on AIC Website

There has been considerable interest among city officials about the topic of revenue... Read More

Water Quality: Idaho's 2016 Integrated Report Out for Public Comment

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is seeking public comment... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Sugar City

Sugar City lies on the Upper Snake River Plain. Fertile farmland of potatoes, wheat... 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

ICRMP Corner

The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) is an organization that works to improve the overall cybersecurity posture of government entities through focused cyber threat prevention, protection, response, and recovery.
The best news is, local governments can join for free.
This organization has been extremely helpful to ICRMP, helping bring us to the next level of security compliance and monitoring. We hope many ICRMP members will also join. For more information, visit



Analysts: Hydro One shakeup could threaten or delay Avista sale

State regulators are asking for additional information about Avista's proposed sale to Hydro... Read More

Deadline nears for the petition title challenge on county pot sales

Electors have until Wednesday to challenge a ballot title for a prospective initiative petition seeking... Read More

Spokane police chief against posting full internal investigations, body-camera...

The chief worries about privacy, morale and officer reputation if complaints against police... Read More

Idaho News

Workers' Compensation for First Responders with PTSD

Following the deadly attack against Boiseans... Read More

Despite June shortfall, Idaho closes fiscal year with...

Though Idaho's tax revenues fell short of... Read More

Tadic Hired on as City Engineer

When Sandpoint city officials went on a hunt... Read More

Idaho Central Credit Union sponsors Indian Creek...

Destination Caldwell and Idaho Central... Read More

Blue Cross Health Foundation provides substantial...

At the June 25 City Council meeting, Dr... Read More

Japanese companies seek opportunity in Idaho

A half-dozen Japanese small businesses are... Read More

RV park proposed in Driggs

The City of Driggs just received almost $100,00... Read More

Lawmakers weigh sentencing changes as state's...

Canyon County Prosecutor Bryan Taylor told... Read More

Nampa Planning and Zoning approves 850,000 sq...

The Nampa Planning and Zoning Commission... Read More

City buys fire engine before trade war hits

Spurred by an impending price increase for the... Read More

A firsthand look at Idaho's murky fireworks laws

A sign at a Canyon County fireworks stand... Read More

As Idaho's prisons overflow, neighboring Utah has...

Until four years ago, Utah - like Idaho - used... Read More

Supreme Court ruling on internet sales tax likely to...

When the U.S. Supreme Court issued its... Read More

Hagedorn appointed to lead Idaho Division of Veteran...

Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter announced the... Read More

U.S. Ag Secty Perdue visits Idaho, Wash., tries to...

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue... Read More


How Cities Are Tackling Veteran Homelessness

Each year, mayors around the country detail their visions for the upcoming year in... Read More

Supreme Court Sends Qualified Immunity Win Back to Lower Court

In the past, many academics have complained about the Supreme Court frequently... Read More

Sens. Seek Limit on Cities' Small Cell Review; NLC 'Disappointed'

Commerce Committee Chair U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-SD), and Sen. Brian Shatz... Read More

Opening up local governments

As local news organizations shrink and misinformation can spread quickly on social... Read More

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