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Adult Volleyball Open Gym on Monday nights!   WE WILL BE OPEN ON PRESIDENTS DAY (FEB 15TH)! Beat the winter blues and swing by Payette Lakes Middle School Gym for some fun and activity. ...

2/4- There will be no snow removal or sanding operations over the next several days unless conditionos warrant. Please be careful and use caution when driving. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at 208-6...

McCall City Council has adopted Resolution 15-20, changing several Planning and Zoning Application fees. These changes are effective January 1, 2016 so please check the [More]

We are now judging the winners for the photo contest!  If you would like to vote on your favorite photo for each category email mpernell@mccall.id.us with your choice. 2 winners from each category...

Youth Basketball 3rd-6th Grade  Join us for another great season of McCall Youth Basketball! Register Online HERE. WE NEED COACHES! ...

The City of McCall Parks & Recreation Department will begin an urban forest project on the property at 708 Thompson Ave. known as Wildhorse Park. Work is scheduled to b...

McCall Parks & Rec will be offering a Spring Soccer League for youth in 2 divisions: U10 (under age 10) Fall Soccer - Fall 2015Mondays (practice) & Wednesdays (games)Games at 5:30 or PM-6:30 PM U8 (und...



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The City of McCall, Idaho Welcomes You!
Our goal is to provide you with helpful information about McCall's City government. If you need additional information, please contact us by phone, email or postal mail. The City Manager, Nate Coyle, has an Open Door session most Wednesdays from Noon-3:00 pm.

Rotary Railings Public Art Voting is Open.

Handrails are needed for three new staircases at Rotary Park near the Lardo Bridge.
The Rotary Park Railings Project volunteer selection committee invited two artists to provide design concepts for the railings. See their ideas below and let the selection committee know which you like best.

Follow News, Announcements and Happenings on the McCall City Source.
Visit the NEW McCall City Source for Street Local Option Tax Information.

Get involved and contribute to the 2016 Comp Plan.
Help develop a Roadmap for our future.
Roadmap

**Are you wondering if you need to shovel your roof this winter? Check out information on snow weight here.**


How will the new Local Option Taxes affect businesses and lodging?  The City Clerk's Office explains the changes coming in late 2015.  Read adopted Ordinance #936 regarding the two new LOT taxes.



DOWNTOWN PARKING SURVEY: Results are in!

McCall – The majority of respondents to the recent City of McCall Downtown Parking Survey feel the two hour parking restriction in the downtown core is necessary, however, they are split as to whether it is sufficiently enforced. [READ MORE]


 

CodeRED Emergency Notification System

The Valley County CodeRED Emergency Notification System provides the public with the ability to receive voice, text, or email notifications generated by government and public safety officials. For questions about the system or assistance in signing up, please call the Valley County Sheriff's Office information line at 208-382-7150.

Sign up for public notifications using CodeRED here.

 


 


Centennial Plaza Commemorative Bricks

Purchase an engraved brick to celebrate, commemorate or dedicate. Your brick will serve as a legacy in Centennial Plaza, located in downtown McCall—built in honor of McCall’s incorporation, July 19, 1911.

 


 

McCall Historic Preservation Commission
Do you have an interesting, unique or special photo of McCall that you are willing to share?  The McCall Historic Preservation Commission is creating a DVD of McCall’s history from 1890 to 1990 and needs your help! Photos of buildings, events, people and happenings from that 100-year period are needed to help the Commission tell the story of McCall’s early days. 

The DVD will highlight some of the lesser-known aspects of McCall and how it developed over time from a mining and milling town to what we know today.
(pictured above, Tom & Louisa McCall family)

If you are willing to loan your little piece of McCall’s past, please contact Carol Coyle at ccoyle@mccall.id.us or (208) 634-3504.  Original photos will be returned to the owner and the owner will receive photo credit in the production.

 


Why are we Concerned about
Radon in Valley County?

Radon is found in every county in Idaho. Across the state, 40% of homes test high for radon. In specific areas that percentage is much higher. Radon levels in homes can vary greatly depending on the type of construction and the geology of the location. For that reason it is important that everyone test, even those who live in areas where radon levels are not expected to be high. [READ MORE]


McCall Area Trails
The City GIS Department has been working with our local community groups and the US Forest Service to produce high quality digital maps that can be downloaded to your mobile device and used to navigate some of the McCall Area trails.

These maps can be downloaded from Afvenzoar PDF maps either through the Apple App Store or from Google Play for Android. For more information, CLICK HERE to go to the GIS Page for full descriptions of the maps and how to instructions for downloading.



Learn what you can do to make McCall a bear smart community
There has been increased bear activity within the McCall this past year. Click here to learn more about the situation and what action you should take. If we all work together, everyone wins: the McCall's citizens and black bears.

City of McCall
216 E. Park Street
McCall, ID 83638

PHONE: 208-634-7142
FAX: 208-634-3038

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