The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation have announced they will continue to increase Boise River flows through April 19. Currently, Boise River flows through town are approximately 3,450 cubic feet per second (cfs). Flows will increase by 500 cfs daily, beginning on Tuesday, April 16, and continuing through Friday, April
The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed April 2019 as National County Government Month!
The Board of County Commissioners has released the 2018 Ada County Year In Review report. This snapshot shows the services Ada County provides, the challenges that occurred and the successes that were attained.
The Board of Commissioners will hear an appeal on the Planning and Zoning Commissions approval of a conditional use application for a 65 ft tall cell tower and antenna structure.
On January 14, Ada County’s new and re-elected officials took their oath of office during a Swearing-In Ceremony held at the Ada County Courthouse.
The Ada County Historic Preservation Council is accepting nominations for the 2019 Making History Award, which honors people, groups or businesses whose activities today are creating our future history.
The Ada County Planning and Zoning Commission are holding a public hearing to discuss amending the comprehensive plan map to designate almost 8 acres as industrial.
The Ada County Prosecutor’s Office retired Sunday, the Courthouse dog last month. She provided comfort and support to vulnerable victims helping calm their fears and reduce their level of anxiety as they navigated the criminal justice system.