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Register TODAY for the 2016 AIC Annual Conference

The 69th AIC Annual Conference is scheduled for June 22-24, 2016, at the Boise Centre. The Early Bird Registration ends on May 31, 2016, so register today if you haven't already... Read More

AIC News

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Burley

Burley lies on the fertile Snake River Plain 20 miles downriver from Minidoka... Read More

Market Lake Day (City of Roberts)

Roberts Market Lake Day is our community’s founders day. The event is staffed... 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


The US Dept. of Labor has changed overtime exemptions under the FLSA. Exempt employees must be paid a minimum of $913 per week ($47,476 per year). Employees who do not meet the new standards must be awarded overtime or comp time at one-and-a-half times the employee’s regular rate of pay for any time actually worked over 40 hours in a week. For information, click here.


Everett requires 40-hour crisis training for police officers

The Everett Police Department is making sure all its officers have advanced training... Read More

'Click It or Ticket' campaign begins to push seat-belt...

Justin Harding, chief of staff to Gov. Gary Herbert, received some unusual advice... Read More

City ordinance to redefine if chalk drawings are art...

You may have seen chalk art on downtown Spokane sidewalks. Some business owners... Read More

Idaho News

2016 Innovation Idaho Award

The Local Highway Technical Assistance Council wants to recognize, reward and share your ideas for innovation ... Read More

DEQ Seeks Candidates to Serve on Crop Residue Burning Advisory Committee

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is seeking candidates to fill four vacancies on a committee that advises the agency on crop residue burning issues... Read More

State board OKs plan to roll out master teacher pay bonuses

Experienced teachers in Idaho looking for a bonus will have to show their... Read More

Idaho unemployment rate drops to 3.7 percent

State officials say Idaho's unemployment rate in April dropped a tenth of a... Read More

The Corridor: All roads lead to Idaho

Getting across the border is just the first step...  Read More

2016 IMA Annual Meeting

The IMA Annual Meeting will be held in conjunction with the 2016 AIC... Read More
From left, Rick Cheatum, Business Development Manager with ISU Credit Union, Kathryn Poulter, Children's Librarian with the Marshall Public Library, and BJ Fillingame, Marketing Manager with ISU Credit Union, stand with the log sheets used by students during the "Mayor's Million Minute Marathon" and ribbons given to students after completing the reading challenge.


How Community-Engaged Design is Changing Development

In Houston's Third Ward, urban designersare teaming up with community organizers like those... Read More

Inside 5 Tools Cities Can Use to Pay for...

(Photo by Kai Schreiber) In recent years, we’ve heard about our “nation’s crumbling... Read More

The Key to a Better City: Fill Fewer Potholes,...

Early this month author Peter Kageyama came to Washington as part of our... Read More

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