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Sen. Jeff Siddoway receives Ken Harward Award for Exceptional Service to Idaho and its Communities

The Association of Idaho Cities (AIC) honored retiring Idaho State Senator Jeff Siddoway with the Ken Harward Award at the 71st AIC Annual Conference in Boise, on June 21, 2018...Click Here to Read More


Mayor Diana Thomas receives Harold Hurst Award for Outstanding Contributions to Idaho Cities

Mayor Diana Thomas of Weiser was honored with the Harold Hurst Award for her outstanding contributions to the Association of Idaho Cities (AIC) at the 71st Annual Conference in Boise...Click Here to Read More

AIC News

City Park & Recreation Projects Recognized with City Achievement Awards

Two cities were recognized with City Achievement Awards in the Parks & Recreation... Read More

Cities Recognized for Economic & Community Development Projects with City Achievement...

Three cities received City Achievement Awards in the Economic & Community... Read More

City Achievement Awards Presented for Public Works & Transportation Projects

Four cities were recognized with City Achievement Awards in the Public Works... Read More

Community Engagement City Achievement Awards Presented

Three cities were recognized with City Achievement Awards at the 2018 AIC Annual... Read More

Youth & Youth Council Projects Recognized with City Achievement Awards

Three cities were recognized with City Achievement Awards in the Youth & Youth Council... Read More

Cities Recognized for Public Safety Projects with City Achievement Awards

At the 2018 AIC Annual Conference, 15 cities were honored with City Achievement Awards... 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 Rupert

Rupert is located in the fertile Snake River Plain on State... Read More

ICRMP Corner

Your Mood Affects Your Driving
Did you know that driver error causes most crashes? While driving, have you ever had a “close call” because of your mood, being distracted or lack of concentration? Make sure safe driving stays top-of-mind in your organization. Click here for some safe driving resources you can use.


Pedestrian and bicyclist deaths double statewide in recent years...

Transportation officials could not say for sure what’s causing the uptick, which has... Read More

Did Seattle violate open-meetings law before head-tax repeal vote?...

Open-government advocates worry that the mayor and City Council may have deliberated outside... Read More

Skeptical crowd wants 'Idaho first,' questions Avista sale to...

North Idaho residents expressed deep suspicions Thursday night about the proposed sale of Avista... Read More

Small Washington town must pay ex-mayor in records dispute...

The small Franklin County town of Mesa has been ordered to pay its... Read More

Vancouver port to pay $500K to settle open meetings...

The Port of Vancouver has agreed to pay $500,000 to settle a lawsuit... Read More

Spokane studies putting results of police-misconduct probes online

The Spokane City Council is mulling a proposed ordinance that would make findings... Read More

Oregon Ethics Commission Considers Concealing, Destroying Public Recordings

State ethics commissioners are charged with policing the behavior of public officials. When... Read More

Oregon's kicker rebate could be on the chopping block as lawmakers eye tax revenue in 2019

One of the Oregon kicker's fiercest defenders says he expects lawmakers will consider changing... Read More

Idaho News

A new beginning for the old Nampa library

City officials and others involved with the project hope this renovation will help... Read More

Idaho Falls Power GM resigns for new position...

Idaho Falls Power General Manager Jackie Flowers has submitted her resignation letter to the city... Read More

Idaho looks at building new state prison, spending...

With all of Idaho's prisons above capacity, county jails packed full and hundreds of Idaho inmates being... Read More

City hires Meridian woman for economic development...

The city of Kuna has hired its second economic development coordinator... Read More

Pocatello's water some of the best tasting in the nation...

After taking home top honors in the intermountain region.... Read More

EMTs hash out on recruiting, keeping its rural volunteers...

How do you retain and encourage the volunteers you have, and how do you recruit new people?... Read More

Rigby Police Department combating children's illiteracy...

Earlier this year, the Rigby Police Department was accepted into...Read More

Stakeholders come together to call for improvements...

Advocates for improving Idaho's behavioral health system drew a standing room-only crowd... Read More

Immigration holds at the Canyon County jail...

An increase in the number of individuals held at the Canyon County jail... Read More

Bail agent speaks out after police impersonation arrest...

Two men were arrested Wednesday night in Caldwell after... Read More

Don't tell Betsy Russell that newspapers are dead

Betsy Russell has seen just about everything in her long career... Read More

Big Wood Canal Co. purchases Magic Dam...

The Big Wood Canal Co. has purchased the hydroelectric... Read More

Idaho Milk Products announces $26M expansion

Idaho Milk Products announced a $26 million expansion... Read More

Idaho Supreme Court asked to delay water battle arguments...

The Idaho Supreme Court has been asked to postpone arguments surrounding a lengthy... Read More

Secretary of State's election system upgrade gets...

In addition to the $1.2 million that state lawmakers authorized this year... Read More


South Dakota v. Wayfair - What's Next for Internet Sales Tax

States and local governments hold their breath waiting for the Supreme Court to rule that they may require out-of-state vendors to collect sales tax... Read More

States and Local Governments Win Landmark Online Sales Tax Case

On Thursday, in South Dakota v. Wayfair, the Supreme Court ruled that states and local governments can require vendors with no physical presence in... Read More

What City Leaders Should Know about South Dakota v. Wayfair

On Thursday, in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court handed down a major victory in South Dakota v. Wayfair, concluding that state and local governments can require... Read More

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