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Idaho County Association

AIC Solicits Feedback on Campaign Finance Legislation

In the wake of the failure of a statewide campaign finance reform initiative to get on the ballot last year, the Idaho Secretary of State's office has drafted legislation that would strengthen penalties and make other important changes to Idaho's Sunshine Law... Read More

AIC News

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Ferdinand

Ferdinand is located on the northwestern edge of the fertile Camas... Read More

AIC Highlight 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

Upcoming Events


Idaho City Management Association Winter Conference
  • January 24 -25: Boise
2017 City Officials' Day at the Capitol
  • January 26: Boise
2017 Budget & Levy Training
  • May 2: Coeur d'Alene
  • May 3: Moscow
  • May 18: Nampa
  • May 22: Idaho Falls
  • May 23: Pocatello
  • May 25: Twin Falls

ICRMP News

Our members have been experiencing record snowfall and as a result, lots of property has been damaged by collapsing roofs.
 
With more snow on the way throughout much of the state this week, please help avoid costly repairs and interruptions to workflow by safely removing as much snow from your buildings’ roofs as possible.

Regional

Some budget relief for Wyoming from Amazon sales taxes

Wyoming's beleaguered state budget will get help from online... Read More

Clouds part for commercial solar in Wyoming, top coal...

Planning has begun for Wyoming's first major commercial solar... Read More

Video: Semi hits Utah snowplow, sends it over 300-foot embankment

The video shows a semi-truck sideswiping a snowplow in Spanish Fork Canyon, forcing... Read More

Bill would overturn bans on driving while using cellphones

A Great Falls lawmaker has introduced a bill that... Read More

Rule easing public lands transfer concerns hunters, others

A change in U.S. House rules making it easier... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho Supreme Court hears arguments on public defense reform...

Idaho’s Supreme Court will soon decide whether to revive an American Civil Liberties... Read More

Victor appoints new planner

The City of Victor has found a new planner to fill the shoes... Read More

Review shows Otter has achieved $1 billion in tax cuts

Gov. Butch Otter said he has lowered the tax burden for Idaho residents... Read More

Moscow Middle School team has a vision of future cities

DiscoverE’s Future City Competition – a national, nonprofit educational program – challenges sixth... Read More

Firefighters go beyond call of duty to help resident

Members of the Coeur d'Alene Fire Department went above and beyond the call of duty this weekend to help residents... Read More

Developers announce new Burley business park

Business developers announced Thursday a new riverside business park with a hotel and restaurant will be built... Read More

Ketchum mayor appoints Morrow as new P&Z commissioner

With Ketchum Planning and Zoning Commissioner Steve Cook preparing to depart when his term ends... Read More

Former Pocatello mayor Greg Anderson dies after massive stroke

As he was surrounded by his family and pastor, former Pocatello mayor Greg Anderson passed away on Monday.

Anderson served as Pocatello's mayor from 1998 to 2002. Prior to that, he served on Pocatello's city council for 12 years... Read More

Pocatello airport finishes record 2016, brings back two...

The Pocatello Regional Airport boasted record-breaking numbers in 2016, and airport manager David Allen projects... Read More

City to hold open house on street plan

Sandpoint - City officials are hosting an open house next week as they seek input on the construction phase of... Read More

Mayor: Life is good in CD'A

The city of Coeur d'Alene is strong, vibrant and filled with residents who love the way of life the Lake City provides, said... Read More

Proposed Ashton hotel to cater to Chinese tourists

A new hotel catering to Chinese tourists is in the works for the city. After months of rumors speculating that such a facility... Read More

Idaho lodging taxes growing, boost anticipated in state tourism promotion

Idaho's state Department of Commerce is seeing strong growth in revenues from lodging taxes, so its budget request... Read More

National

Majority of U.S. Mayors Say Poverty Is Their Top Priority

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, left, takes a selfie with New Orleans Mayor Mitch... Read More

Arizona city sees success keeping its night sky dark

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A decades-long commitment to preserving a dark sky for... Read More

Ben Carson on 5 Big Issues Facing U.S. Cities

HUD Secretary-designate Ben Carson at his confirmation hearing Thursday(AP Photo/Zach Gibson) Ben Carson... Read More

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