To help minimize the risk of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City is taking precautionary measures. We will continue to monitor this situation and will share updates if and when they are received.  The health and well‐being of the Citizens and Employees of the City of Mountain Home are very important and we recommend following the guidelines being sent forward by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Idaho Central Health District. We are also monitoring the newly created Idaho Coronavirus website at https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/ Based on the facts and information we have currently, we recommend everyone follow the protocols and best practices set forth by the CDC. www.cdc.gov The following information regarding City services and amenities will be updated as the situation develops: [read more]

The City of Mountain Home has taken another step toward realizing its goal of attracting new industry and creating a wide variety of new employment opportunities for residents and neighboring Mountain Home Air Force Base family members. In recent weeks the City Council approved the annexation of approximately 400 acres of land adjoining the Mountain Home rail spur and approved zoning the land for industry use. [read more]

The Idaho chapter of the American Planning Association recently recognized the City of Mountain Home, Horrocks Engineers, Inc., Mountain Home Urban Renewal Agency and Idaho Transportation Department for their collaboration on the City’s downtown revitalization plan. Representatives from the various entities accepted the 2019 Idaho APA Outstanding Plan Award during an Oct. 3 ceremony in Boise. The prestigious annual award honors an outstanding written plan in the state of Idaho. [read more]