Where your tax dollars go
The Board of Ada County Commissioners is holding a public conversation, October 16, with Ada County residents on how to plan for continued growth in a fiscally responsible way that protects our quality of life.
The Ada County Mosquito Abatement District (ACMAD) has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus (WNV) in mosquito populations for the first time in Ada County, this year. Please be cautious while recreating outdoors! Use the mosquito tracker.
Almost $30 million in unclaimed money is waiting to be claimed by thousands of current Ada County residents or individuals who at one time worked or lived in Ada County.
Celebrate 123 of Ada County’s agricultural heritage. Also, just enjoy the ride! Check out the link to see how to buy tickets early, who all is performing, and how to show your crafts! Western Idaho Fair Info
A county’s budget reflects the priorities of the county. The board of Ada County Commissioners is proud to announce an invaluable online tool created by Ada County Clerk Phil McCrane and his staff. This helpful tool lets you track how Ada County sets its budget. How much do you pay a year in property taxes?
Ada County Invites Feedback on FY20 Budget (Boise, ID) – The Board of Ada County Commissioners will begin deliberations on the FY20 Ada County budget the week of Monday, June 17, 2019. Deliberations will take place in the Public Hearing Room on the first floor of the Ada County Courthouse, located at 200 West Front
Eagle City Council, Board of Ada County Commissioners discuss visions for managing growth, funding, and transportation On Wednesday, May 29th the Eagle City Council hosted a workshop with the Board of Ada County Commissioners to talk about issues surrounding growth. The meeting was the first formal meeting of the full Council and Commission since December
If you’re passionate about preserving Ada County’s heritage and can volunteer one hour a month, then we want you to serve as a member of the Ada County Historic Preservation Council!