Our Mission is to work together responsively, through effective leadership, to provide infrastructure and excellent services that meet community needs and promote balanced growth, preserve our unique sense of community and sustain our small-town quality of life.
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Meets at 5:00 p.m. the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in City Council Chambers located in City Hall. Council members are: Daniel Brennan, Becky Garvey, Matt Bundy and James Green.
Citizen Issue/Complaint Resolution ProcessBack to Top
City Council AgendasBack to Top
City Council Meeting MinutesBack to Top
- 2023 City Council Minutes
2022 City Council Minutes
2021 City Council Minutes
2020 City Council Minutes
Elected Official General InformationBack to Top
Two council seats and the Mayor elected (four-year terms) are up for election in 2023. The two additional council seats are up for election for four-year terms in 2025.
Time Commitment: Mayor and Council-members are required to attend regular meetings of the City Council on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, starting at 5:00 p.m. Issues can be complex and range from sewer, water, streets, and public safety, to planning and zoning issues like plat approval and street vacations, to issues of personnel and the review and passage of resolutions and ordinances. Council agendas and information packets are prepared by the City Clerk the Friday before each Council meeting. During some months, there are special meetings or work sessions which you will also need to attend. Budget preparation can entail several special meetings, beginning in March of each year and completing in July. The City fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th of each year. Council-members are also appointed by the Mayor to serve as liaisons to different advisory boards or committees in the community, such as the Library Board, Airport Board, Traffic Safety Board, Historical Museum, and Arts Council. It is compulsory for Council liaisons to attend these board meetings. In addition, they may also be assigned as a liaison to a City department not covered by a board, such as City Hall, Public Works, Fire Department; and Police Department.
Mayor and Council-members are required to: Follow all laws of the State of Idaho. (The state code section pertaining to cities is Title 50); Understand and obey Ethics laws, Open meeting laws and Public Records laws; (The State Attorney General’s office offers small manuals in booklet form covering all these provisions of the state code); Disclose any potential conflict of interest prior to voting.
Mayor and Council-members may be required to: Assist with the setting of long range goals for the City; Understand insurance and liability issues as they pertain to the City; Read and digest volumes of reports prepared by staff, and other agencies and citizens; Represent the City at Civic and Community Functions; Field concerns from Citizens at any time or place; Work with area legislators on issues related to cities; Travel outside the local area to attend meetings and workshops.
Employment Status: The Mayor is considered a full-time employee of the City for his/her elected term and will be expected to keep and maintain regular work hours with reasonably scheduled hours at the City Offices. The Council are considered part-time employees of the City and qualify for benefits, but not vacation or sick leave. All elected positions are exempt from overtime pay, including compensatory time.
Salary and benefits: The Mayor and City Council Salaries are determinded by city ordinance and you can find that ordinance here. Benefit packages for insurance are available to Council-members. The Mayor qualifies for all City benefits, including health, dental, vision, and PERSI retirement, sick leave and shall have fifteen (15) working days paid vacation leave time per year during his/her term of office.