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Potholes are common to McCall due to the winter weather patterns that consists of many freeze-thaws cycles. Pothole formation is more dependent upon extreme shifts in temperature, rather than accumulation of snow. They typically form when moisture seeps into cracks in the surface of the road and freezes, causing it to expand. When the ice thaws, that space is left empty and combined with frequent or heavy traffic over the cracks, causes the asphalt to crack and fail.
It's that season again. Help us find and fix more potholes within the McCall City limits. Please send an email to email@example.com, or call 208-634-5580 to let us know about pothole locations (address or intersection), lane, direction and, if possible, how to contact you if we need more information.
Potholes are repaired with either a "high-performance cold mix" or "hot mix" asphalt patch, depending on the outside temperature at the time of the repair, as well as moisture content in and around the pothole.
Should you notice a pothole that appears hazardous to the Public, please call 634-5580 during normal working hours or Valley County Dispatch at 382-5160 for after hours for immediate service.
Does the McCall Community Support a Smoking Ordinance? Take the SurveyUnder current State law, smoking is prohibited in many, but not all, public places. Does the McCall community support a smoking ordinance which would further restrict smoking in certain public areas?
The McCall City Council hopes to get the community's input as it considers adopting a smoking ordinance which would prohibit smoking in various indoor and outdoor public places.
Regulating tobacco is a perplexing issue which touches upon personal liberties, individual property rights, public safety, and personal and community economics. Valley County has a smoking population of 21%, which is almost 50% above the national average which is 15%. According to Central District Health, smoking related illnesses are the number one cause of death in Valley County.
The McCall City Council would like to engage the community in a conversation. Please take a moment to participate in an anonymous survey by answering a few questions and leaving your comments. The online survey is available here: surveymonkey.com/s/smokingordinance
Surveys are also available via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or at the front desk at City Hall, 216 E. Park Street, McCall. The survey, in all formats, is available until March 21, 2014
- 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
What Would You Like to Know about McCall?
- About McCall, Idaho (Courtesy of Wikipedia) - Geography, history, demographics, notable citizens, and more. External link.
- McCall Area Chamber of Commerce
- Brundage Mountain Ski Resort
- Mountain Community Transit - McCall Transit - Treasure Valley Transit - Local, free bus service in the McCall area.
- Road Atlas for the City of McCall and Impact Area
Interactive Map WEB GISCheck out the new city of McCall Web GIS. Features include parcel boundaries and associated information as well as the City’s zoning layers, addresses, City pathways and parks.
- Current Weather: National Weather Service current conditions and forecast for the McCall and west central mountain areas.
Plans and Planning Documents
- 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
Contact UsCity of McCall
216 East Park St.
McCall, Idaho 83638
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