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Toward Zero DeathsRural Emergency Response - Free Webinar

The National Center for Rural Road Safety (Safety Center) and the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) will be co-hosting a FREE 90-minute webinar. ... Read More

AIC News

2016 Innovation Idea Award Deadline Extended!

Deadline extended! ... Read More

Save the Dates for LHTAC Fall Workshops

LHTAC Workshops ... Read More

Big Sky Broadband Workshop in Missoula, MT

Please note special hotel rate expires at midnight on August 11, 2016 REGISTER NOW:... Read More

Free Nitrate Screening to be Offered for Owners of Private Wells at Cassia County Fair

Do you know if your well water is safe to drink? Public water... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Victor

The city of Victor lies near the Idaho/Wyoming border at the southwestern edge... 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


Open meetings are necessary for local governments, both to maintain transparency and to comply with the law. The Idaho Open Meeting Law is the guidebook for who, when, why and how local governments are to conduct their open meetings.
For questions about open meetings, including who must comply, both ICRMP and the Attorney General’s manual (found by clicking HERE) are resources to help you stay in compliance.


Supreme Court upholds Missoula eminent domain case

The city of Missoula has won the right to buy the water system... Read More

Former city employee files $1 million lawsuit against the...

SPOKANE, Wash. -Former Police Chief Frank Straub's lawsuit was thrown out, but now... Read More

Like Salt Lake County's mayor, council is troubled by...

Salt Lake County Council members seemed as skeptical Tuesday as Mayor Ben McAdams... Read More

Man threatens to sue Spokane police over viral body...

While Spokane Police Sergeant Eric Kannberg is being praised for his patience in... Read More

Idaho News

Pocatello council affirms new member and HR Director

The Pocatello City Council has confirmed the nomination of Heidi Adamson to the... Read More

Small reactor siting decision will have $2.8 billion local impact

The decision to name the Idaho National Laboratory the preferred site for construction... Read More

Summer road construction chaos looms in 2017-18

Buckle up, Coeur d'Alene motorists and businesses... Read More

Meet new Meridian city clerk, C. Jay Coles

The city of Meridian promoted C. Jay Coles on Tuesday to the role of city clerk... Read More

Ketchum, firefighters reach tentative contract

The City of Ketchum has reached a tentative agreement on a new contract with the union representing city firefighters... Read More

Twin Falls hires new economic development director

The city has signed on its new economic development director, Nathan Murray... Read More

New and Easy Access to the City of Lewiston's Finances

The City of Lewiston is excited to announce the launch of a new digital platform... Read More

Fresca Mexican Foods looking at coming to Caldwell

Boise-based Fresca Mexican Foods, a company that makes over two million tortillas per day, is interested in purchasing land... Read More

Economic Development Committee proposes rodeo grounds

Members of the Kuna Economic Development Committee and the Kuna Lions Club presented an idea... Read More

Nampa high schools to get crosswalk improvements

Students, teachers, parents and other pedestrians will see some changes to two high school crosswalks starting in September... Read More

Traffic education goes up, tickets go down

Contrary to popular belief, police departments don't have quotas on how many traffic tickets they have to write... Read More

Hailey local-option-tax receipts continue to rise

More visitors to Hailey are contributing to increased local-option-tax revenue for spending on public... Read More

Ketchum LOT sees year-over-year dip in June

Ketchum local-option-tax collections declined slightly in June, compared to June 2015... Read More


The City That Unpoisoned Its Pipes

Forty-five miles west of Flint, Lansing is nearly done replacing all of its lead pipes... Read More

Mayor shaves cost, council seems OK with building new...

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray will reduce the controversial $160 million price tag for... Read More

'The parent is always in charge' under new Billings...

On the day the Billings Library Board learned the library’s assistant... Read More

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