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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR FOR CAPITAL CAMPAIGN DECEMBER 21, 2016 Contact: Meg Lojek, Director, mlojek@mccall.id.us 208-634-5522 BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The McCall Public Library Board of Trust...

Check out the current Recreation Programs available for adults and youth at: w...

Attention: All future P&Z Meetings will be starting at 4:30PM, instead of the usual 5:30PM, until further notice. Please call Morgan Bessaw at 634-7052 if you have any questions or concerns.

Visit the new 2016 Comprehensive Plan website and get involved in community events, participate in fun challenges, answer questions and contribute to the 2016 Comprehensive Plan. Help develop a Plan for ou...



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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 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

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We've put together some FAQS and safety tips for the winter:

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How much does Snow Weigh?
When should I shovel off my roof?

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Keep safe and Chill like a penguin in McCall this Winter.

The City of McCall would like to encourage 2016 winter visitors to take necessary precautions to stay safe and comfortable. Please plan ahead to dress appropriately for wet, cold weather and walking on ice and snow. Today, December 21, 2016, McCall has a high temperature forecasted of 27° F, a low of -1°F and typically ever changing snow shower possibilities ranging from light to heavy. Comfortable, warm, walking shoes with traction are recommended and as always, care should be used when walking on snow and ice.


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Downtown Reconstruction Property and Business Owner Meetings January 4th.

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Activity Guide


Check out the Fall & Winter Activity Guide
Now available online!

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Visit the NEW McCall City Source for Street Local Option Tax Information.

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

Commerce Street Reconstruction
Council Work Session


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ROTARY PARK IMPROVEMENTS

On August 22, 2016, McCall Parks and Recreation closed Rotary Park so necessary improvements to ADA accessibility could be made. During that time other site improvements including erosion control took place.

Phase Two of the project will begin in November 2016 corresponding directly to lake levels and will most likely only close a small portion of the park.



2016 Comprehensive Plan

OUTREACH SERIES

MARCH 1-2

Today, the OUTREACH SERIES begins. In this portion of the plan, we build off the results of the Visioning and Big Ideas Workshops.

This is a pivotal time when we discuss preliminary goals and policies being examined in the Comprehensive Plan and identify implementation strategies.

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McCall in Motion Comprehensive Plan Website>

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Our Character

Our Economy

Our Connections

Our Streets

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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.

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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
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
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McCall, ID 83638

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