McCall will be a diverse, small town united to maintain a safe, clean, healthy, and attractive environment. It will be a friendly, progressive community that is affordable and sustainable.

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State of the City - Reflections of 2021

 State of the City 2021-Reflections

McCall Management Team

Under the council-manager form of government a non-partisan city manager functions as the chief executive of the government organization. The city manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the city and serves as an advisor to the city council.

City Manager, Anette Spickard

McCall’s City Manager, Anette Spickard is responsible for directing daily operations that ensure effective and efficient government service. Every city employee, with the exception of the Library Director, answers to the city manager, so the city manager has the right to hire and fire staff as appropriate and allowable by law.

As the council’s chief policy advisor, the city manager recommends city policy for consideration by the council. The manager has a professional obligation to give complete and unbiased information to the council and consults with their department heads and the city attorney to ensure proper direction.

The City Manager has an Open Door session on most Wednesdays from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. You may also call for an appointment at (208) 634-7142.

Mayor, Bob Giles 

McCall’s Mayor is an equal voting member of the city council that has no more authority than any other council member. The mayor presides over council meetings and performs ceremonial duties as outlined.

Visit with Mayor Bob Giles at City Hall on Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. By Appointment only, you may call for an appointment at (208) 634-7142.

McCall City Council

The city council is the legislative body for McCall. Its role is to adopt laws and policies to govern the city. The council leaves implementation up to the city manager and city staff. Council members are elected by a majority vote of its residents. Direct election ensures that council members are responsive to the people who voted them into office.

Current McCall City Council Members
Mayor Bob Giles
Council President-Colby Nielsen
Councilor Lyle Nelson
Councilor Julie Thrower
Councilor Mike Maciaszek
Council President Colby Nielsen and Councilor Mike Maciaszek being sworn in by the City Clerk

The city's chief election official, the City Clerk is responsible for administering Municipal Elections. Elections for City Council are held every two years. City Council members serve four-year terms of office.

For voter registration information, call the Valley County Clerk's office at 208-382-7100. For polling place or other city election-related questions, please call the McCall City Clerk at 208-634-4874. Forms and information can be found at https://www.mccall.id.us/city-clerk#Elections

To coordinate interviews or request press information contact: Erin Greaves, Communications Manager at 208-634-8966

McCall City Council Resources
Governance Manual
Local Housing Resources