Please read Idaho’s Stay at Home Order issued Wed. March 25, 2020. It that will remain in effect until April 15, 2020, or until it is extended. A list of exempt essential infrastructure, transportation, financial, food service and other establishments can be found below. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) has a new COVID-19 information line available 1-888-330-3010
Ada County Elected Officials held a joint news conference March 17 at 12:00 noon on the front steps of the Ada County Courthouse on Front Street.
The decision to approve disaster emergency declarations is not a result of a dire or immediate need for resources. It is being done now – ahead of any crisis – so communities can proactively pursue additional resources that might be needed to help prevent the community spread of COVID-19 in the weeks and months to come.
Many folks in our community have various levels of concern about the Novel Coronavirus. While Idaho has not yet reported any cases, health officials say the likelihood that we will have cases is a distinct possibility. We encourage individuals, families, and businesses to stay informed.
Are you, your parents, or someone you care about, eligible for property tax relief?
The Ada County Assessor’s office is spreading the word about multiple tax breaks available. Not sure? It doesn’t hurt to ask. Call 208 287-7200 and talk to a real person or visit Ada County Assessor’s website.
Russian Olives, Siberian Elms, and Callery Pear trees sound beautiful and exotic but they can wreak havoc on important ecosystems along the Boise River. Thanks to a generous donation from the Golden Eagle Audubon Society (GEAS) Ada County Parks & Waterways in collaboration with Ada County Weed, Pest, and Mosquito Abatement,
BOISE – Ada County Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday night to prohibit discrimination in unincorporated Ada County based on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. The ordinance applies to areas of employment, public accommodations and housing.
The Board of Ada County Commissioners plans open and transparent process for determining EXPO Idaho’s future.
An Idaho high school student was announced as the winner of the “I Voted” Sticker Contest commemorating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage on Wednesday. Samantha Robson, a junior at Kuna High School in Kuna, Idaho
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