City Hall serves as the administrative and financial division of the Mayor’s Office and maintains complete and accurate account of all of the City’s permanent records. The office also provides support and administrative services to the Mayor, City Council, all operating departments and the public.
City ClerkBack to Top
The City Clerk is responsible for preserving vital city records, publishing legal and public notices, preparing and archiving City codes, public information requests, regulation of business licenses, cemetery deeds and city vehicle and equipment inventory. The office also tracks outdated records and schedules legal destruction of all city documents.
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The City Treasurer is the custodian of all moneys belonging to the city. This office accounts for each fund or appropriation made in its annual budget appropriation, tracks all debits and credits related to the budget and also keeps record of all bonds against the city. The Treasurer regularly reports the balances of accounts maintained in the city’s treasury and provides regular reports to the Mayor and City Council.
City CodesBack to Top
This City Code of the City of Mountain Home, as supplemented, contains ordinances up to and including ordinance 1666, passed October 10, 2017. Ordinances of the City adopted after said ordinance supersede the provisions of this City Code to the extent that they are in conflict or inconsistent therewith. Consult the City office in order to ascertain whether any particular provision of the Code has been amended, superseded or repealed. This is the unofficial copy of the Mountain Home City Code. It may not be up to date. The City Code is provided on the City’s website as a matter of convenience only and does not legally bind the City in anyway. Because this is not an official version of the City Code and may not be up to date it should not be used for any official purpose. For an official copy of any part of the Mountain Home City Code, please contact the Office of the City Clerk. The Mountain Home City Code is the sole property of the City of Mountain Home and any unauthorized use or modification of the City Code is illegal.
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Submitting a Public Records Request gives citizens access to information. The request must ask for records or information already in existence. In order to obtain public records or information, a Public Records Request form must be filled out and submitted electronically to the City Clerk. Idaho Public Records Act-Idaho Code 74-103 allows three days to fill this request.
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New Business ChecklistBack to Top
The City of Mountain Home does not require business licenses. For more information on starting a business in Mountain Home please visit the Economic Development page or contact the office directly by phone: 208-587-2173 or email: email@example.com.