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Local Option Tax
on the City of McCall ballot
November 3, 2015
FIND IT ALL RIGHT HERE
Request for Proposals for Prosecutorial Services
The City of McCall is requesting proposals (RFP) from law firms or individual lawyers interested in serving as contract City Prosecutor. The contract prosecutor will represent the City of McCall in the prosecution of all infraction and misdemeanor criminal violations covered by the McCall Municipal Code and/or Idaho Code. Proposals are requested for the period beginning January 1, 2016. The City of McCall anticipates entering into a one year contract for prosecution services upon completion of the RFP process.
The City presently pays a flat rate per month for contract prosecution services. Respondents may propose a flat rate for prosecution services, an hourly rate for services, or a combination of the two. Please include the following in presenting your proposal: Experience, Method of Service Provision, Proposed Fee Structure, Statement of Contract Compliance, References, and Veterans Preference.
The City of McCall will not reimburse any respondents for the RFP or for any costs associated with the preparation and submission of proposals or for attendance at subsequent interviews. The City of McCall staff will select a short list of candidates for interview by the City Council following the closing of the time for submittal of the proposals and will make a decision prior to December 17, 2015. Selection of a finalist will be based on the Council’s judgment as to the best match between the City’s needs and the background and proposal of the respondent.Three copies of each proposal must be submitted by no later than 3:00 p.m. on November 16, 2015 to the City of McCall Clerk located at 216 East Park, McCall, Idaho 83638. Proposals received thereafter will not be considered. Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to Nathan Coyle, City Manager, 216 East Park, McCall, Idaho 83638 (208) 634-1003. The complete RFP is available HERE
The Plan is designed to achieve the Vision by focusing on seven core elements affecting the region's economy: Jobs; Housing; Transportation & Infrastructure; Technology; Education; Cultural and Recreational Opportunities; Health & Wellbeing; and Key Industry Sectors. The Plan will provide a short-term implementation plan of projects to be completed within an 11-month period, as well as a mid-term implementation plan of projects to be completed within a 10-year period. The following survey presents several projects or programs identified by the community as vital to accomplishing economic resiliency and asks you to prioritize three projects/ programs within the short-term and mid-term implementation plans.
Take Survey#3: West Central Mountains Plans Strategies and Tactics: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2329066/West-Central-Mountains-Plan-Strategies-and-Tactics
A message from Mayor Aymon:
Dear McCall Residents,
You may have noticed the Pacific Northwest is in the midst of one of the worst fire seasons in history...
Call To Artists, Public Art Opportunity— Rotary Park Railings
Request for Qualifications
Deadline: Friday, October 23, 2015
Download the RFQ here
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.
City Hall is undergoing an exterior construction project. The more than thirty-year-old building is getting some energy-efficiency upgrades. City Hall will get new siding, insulation and windows. Part of the building, the south and west sides, were completed in fiscal year 2014. The north and east sides will be completed later this summer.
Our contractors and staff are doing their best to keep the mess to a minimum and to mitigate hazards, but please watch your step when you are accessing the building. If you need assistance to access the City Hall during construction, please call the front desk, 208-634-7142.
If you have questions about the project, please contact the City of McCall Building Official, John Powell, 208-634-8648, or email@example.com.
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.
- Brick Order Form
Orders for fall installation due by August 30, 2015
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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 Code (Sterling Codifiers)
- City Council Agendas and Packets
- Monthly Public Meeting Schedule
- City Budget and Financial Reports
- Open Letter To City Of McCall Property Tax Payers
- Local Option Tax Funding Application and Information
- Green Building Information
- McCall Centennial Committee
- City of McCall/PLRWSD Wastewater Technical Advisory Group
- Openings on City Commissions, Boards and Committees
- 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
- Utility Bill Payments Are Now Being Accepted Via the Web
- Continuous Utility Billing - Frequently Asked Questions
Plans and Planning Documents
- Downtown Master Plan
- Downtown Master Plan Appendices
- McCall’s Multimodal Transit Center Location Analysis
McCall Area Pathways Master Plan
- McCall Comprehensive Plan
- Complete Streets Policy
- Parks and Recreation Master Plan
- McCall Business Park Final Report
- McCall Historic Preservation Plan
- 2007 McCall Improvement Committee Action Plan
- Downtown Parking and Needs Assessment Final Report
- Downtown Master Plan 1997
- Final Airport Master Plan Update, Sept. 2007 (Large file)
- Airport Master Plan Update 2006 Information
- Airport Master Plan Executive Summary
EPA Smart Growth Grant Final Report
Cover and Table of Contents Introduction, Background, Charge to Team, Context and Inputs Products, Lardo Study Area Products, West Valley Study Area Products, Nonmotorized Pathway System Environmental Outcomes and Next Steps Appendices