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The City Offices: 420 North Bridge Street, St. Anthony, Idaho 83445 - Phone # (208) 624-3494 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday except holidays.
For water, sewer or sanitation emergencies after hours please call 911.
9/23/2013 III-A HIPAA Privacy Notice
THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY. HIPAA PRIVACY NOTICE AND PRACTICES EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 (Click here to continue reading)
5/1/2013 Children's Mental Health Awareness Day
The Mayor of the City of St. Anthony, Idaho proclaims May 9, 2013 to be CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS DAY (click here to read the proclamation)
5/1/2013 Tree City USA
St Anthony, ID was named a 2012 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its
commitment to effective urban forest management. This is the 10th year St Anthony has earned
the national designation. (click to read the press release)
4/1/2013 - Spring Clean Up - May 13th - 17th
Spring cleanup is coming! The county landfill
has imposed stipulations on everyone
bringing trash to the landfill. The City is
going to require you to sort your trash which will be hauled to the landfill during spring cleanup, as well as throughout the year. The following items belong in your blue trash receptacles: KITCHEN GARBAGE, GLASS, MAGAZINES, CLOTHING, STYROFOAM, ELECTRONIC DEVICES (TV, COMPUTERS, MICROWAVES, STEREOS, FANS, ETC.), AUTO FILTERS, 5 GALLON PLACTIC BUCKETS (LIDS OFF), DIRT, SOD, GRASS CLIPPINGS, LEAVES, SAWDUST, PLASTIC TARPS AND PLASTIC. Place these items together for pick up by City Crews: construction debris, lumber, cabinets, roofing, flooring and insulation, sheet rock, siding, furniture, carpet, hoses, toilets, sinks and tubs (unless they are metal). If it is not on this list please do not put in the same pile. Mattresses need to be placed by themselves. Metal needs to be piled separately. Motors,
transmissions, rear ends, radiators, cars and trucks must have all fluids drained. Release forms must be signed by the owner. There will be a charge for tires. Please contact the city office for prices and to pay prior to pick up. Trees, branches and shrubs need to be cut into manageable size pieces in five foot lengths or less. If you cannot lift it, neither can we. Refrigerators will have a separate charge. Call the city offices for pricing and to make arrangements to have them picked up. Concrete and rocks together. Again, we will not pick up grass clipping and leaves. These go in the blue trash carts. You can get an extra cart for the City for $4.67per month. Also, if your trash is not sorted, we will not pick it up. If you don't want things thrown away you need to remove it out of the alley. If there are items in the alley we will pick it up and take it to the dump. If you have questions or have items to pick up, please call the City Offices at 624-3494 to be placed on the schedule for pickup.
4/1/2013 - Public information meeting / open house for 12th West street project
The City of St. Anthony invites you to attend a public information meeting regarding the reconstruction of N 1th W Street. The purpose of this project is to improve truck, auto, bicycle and pedestrian safety by providing.... (Click here to read the invitation)
3/28/2013 - Mayor proclaims April 2013 as Fair Housing Month.
3/1/2013 - Code RED Emergency Communication
The City of St. Anthony has been working with Sheriff Len Humphries and the Fremont County Sheriff's Office to come up with a solution for contacting citizens during emergencies, including letting them know about snow plowing efforts in town or possible emergency notices. Fremont County has already contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system gives officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire county. Sheriff Len Humphries says the systems are only as good as the telephone number database supporting them. "If your phone number is not in the database, you will not be called." One of the reasons the CodeRED system was selected is it gives individuals and businesses the ability to add their own phone numbers directly into the system's database. To sign up for the CodeRED services go to the Fremont County Web site: www.co.fremont.id.us/departments/sheriff and click on the CodeRED trademark towards the bottom of the page. "No one should automatically assume his or her phone number is included," Humphries says, urging all individuals and businesses to register. Required information includes first and last name, street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), city, state, zip code, and primary phone number. Additional phone numbers can be entered as well. All businesses should register, as well as all individuals who have unlisted phone numbers, who have changed their phone number or address within the past year, and those who use a cellular phone or VoIP phone as their primary number. Humphries says, "CodeRED allows eographically based delivery, which means street addresses are required to ensure emergency notification calls are received by the proper individuals in a given situation. The system works for cell phones too, but we need to have an associated street address to provide relevant messages. CodeRED gives those who want to be included an easy and secure method for inputting information. The data collected will only be used for emergency notification purposes." Humphries cautions users who log on to the web site to be patient and fill out all the required fields. They should pay close attention to the map that appears when a street address is entered to make sure the location has been pinpointed accurately. Users can create an account so that they may update their information later. Anyone who does not have Internet access, who would like to register, should call the Sheriff's Office at 208-624-4482. The City of St. Anthony thanks Fremont County for providing this very valuable service to our citizens!
02/28/2013 - Arbor Day Proclamation
Mayor Thueson has declared April, 26th 2013 as Arbor Day in the City of St. Anthony.
12/28/2012 - Annual Street finance report
The annual Street Finaincial report for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012 is now available for inspection. (click here to view the report)
10/26/2011 Mayor appoints Lisa Haeberle to fill vacant council seat
|Mayor Neils Thueson has appointed Lisa Haeberle to the city council. Haeberle will fill the seat formerly held by departing council president Bryant Biorn. Haeberle is a school teacher and has served on the city's Parks and Recreation committee.|
10/11/2012 October 2012 proclaimed National Long-Term Care Residents' Rights Month.
10/1/2012 New rates for Water, Sewer and Garbage effective October 1st 2012.
8/22/2012 Employment Opportunity - F/T Police Department - Patrol Officer
The city of St. Anthony is now accepting applications for a Full Time / Entry Level Patrol Officer $13.49 hourly (or $14.79 if POST Certifiable) . Requires 180 consecutive days post 9/11 military veteran. Available October 1st, 2012. Applications must be received by 5:00 PM, September 11th, 2012
Applications on-line at cityofstanthony.org, at the city clerk’s office, or by fax. Contact Chief Smith: 208-624-4001
8/22/2012 Employment Opportunity - P/T Police Department - Administrative Clerk
The city of St. Anthony is now accepting applications for a Part Time Administrative Clerk. 19.9 hours weekly. $12.21 hourly. Background check required. Available October 1st, 2012. Applications must be received by 5:00 PM, September 11th, 2012
Applications on-line at cityofstanthony.org, at the city clerk’s office, or by fax. Contact Chief Smith: 208-624-4001
8/2/2012 - Water Quality Violation
Our water system recently violated a drinking water standard. Although this incident was not an emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what happened and what we did to correct this situation. We routinely monitor for the presence of drinking water contaminants. One of the samples we took on July 18, 2012 to test for the presence of coliform bacteria during the month of July showed the presence of total coliform. (click here for complete notice)
7/23/2012 - Budget Hearing
A public hearing, pursuant to Idaho Code 50-1002, for consideration of the proposed budget for the fiscal
year that begins October 1, 2012, and ends September 30, 2013, will be held in the City Council Chambers,
City Hall, 420 North Bridge, St. Anthony, ID, on Thursday, August 9, 2012, at 7 p.m. (click here to view the proposed budget)
7/9/2012 - Pioneer Days
Fremont County Pioneer Days is scheduled from July 24th - July 28th. Click here for more information
7/3/2012 - City of St. Anthony Water Quality Report
We are happy to report that our drinking water meets or exceeds federal and state requirements. Last year we conducted tests for more than 80 contaminants. This Annual Water Quality Report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every..... (Click here to view the complete report)
6/5/2012 - Notice of Public Hearing
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the following hearing will be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of St. Anthony, 420 North Bridge Street, St. Anthony, Idaho on June 28, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. by the St. Anthony City Council for the purpose of receiving evidence and comment at a public hearing in relation to the adoption of the proposed CHARGES FOR CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL SERVICE AT THE AIRPORT by the City Council. Proposed Charge is $250 per connection. Copies of said proposed resolution are available for public review at the City Offices during business hours.(click here for the complete notice)
5/2/2012 - Garbage Collection schedule after Memorial Day Holiday.
Garbage collection will be one day behind schedule the week following Memorial Day.
5/2/2012 FROM THE POLICE DEPARTMENT
ATVs on City Streets. To drive an ATV on city streets requires a driver's license, proof of insurance, license plate, horn, brake/ tail lamp, head lamp, and rear view mirror. Drivers and passengers under 18 require a helmet. Use hand signals for turning, unless you have electric signals.
Business Districts. Pedestrians: Use the crosswalks in the business areas of town. You do not have the right of way mid block. Motorists: Slow down in business districts so you can react to other traffic and pedestrians. Drive safe for conditions everywhere.
5/2/2012 - Henry's Fork Greenway Cleanup Day Saturday, May 19, 2012
The Henry's Fork Greenway Committee, City of St. Anthony, St. Anthony Rotary Club, and the Henry's Fork Foundation are sponsoring the Annual Greenway Clean Up Day on Saturday May 19, 2012 from 9am to noon. ALL volunteers are welcome to participate in planning, building, and maintaining the Henry's Fork Greenway in St. Anthony. Under the direction of Rod Chandler and others, youth groups will be assisting with the roadside cleanup this year. They will also be adding and raking out gravel along the edge of the south trail and the new trail addition to the resting area. Meanwhile the Greenway Committee will be conducting a roadside cleanup along Highway 20 along the fence line next to the Greenway trail going south for two miles. Additional volunteers are needed for this effort. If you would like to join them, please park at Keefer Park and meet under the Exxon sign at 9am on Saturday. Please wear sturdy shoes and bright clothes, and bring work gloves. Water, bags, and orange vests will be provided. Call Patty Parkinson, City Clerk- Treasurer, at 624-3494 for additional information.
5/2/2012 - ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN UP - ONE WEEK ONLY! May7th - 11th
Annual Spring Clean up is scheduled for the second week of May, the 7th through the 11th. This is only ONE WEEK, not the usual two. So make sure you have your items out early so crews can make the rounds and get everything you like to the dump. Please call the city offices at 624- 3494 to be added to the list for pickup and for any other questions you might have. Please sort your items to be hauled to the landfill accordingly. Items belonging in your blue trash receptacles are KITCHEN GARBAGE, GLASS, MAGAZINES, CLOTHING, STYROFOAM, ELECTRONIC DEVICES (TVs, COMPUTERS, MICROWAVES, STEREOS, FANS, etc.), AUTO FILTERS, 5 GAL. PLASTIC BUCKETS (lids off), DIRT, SOD, GRASS, CLIPPINGS, LEAVES, SAWDUST, PLASTIC TARPS, PLASTIC. MAKE SEPARATE PILES OF THE FOLLOWING: CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS – lumber cabinets, roofing, flooring, insulation, sheet rock, siding, furniture, carpet, hoses, toilets, sinks, tubs (unless they are metal). MATTRESSES – all by themselves – don't pile with anything else. METAL – needs to be piled separately. Motors, transmissions, rear ends, radiators, vehicle (must have all fluids drained and a release form, title, signed by the titled owner). TREES, BRANCHES, SHRUBS – need to be cut into manageable size pieces five feet in length or less. IF YOU CAN'T LIFT IT BY YOURSELF, WE CAN'T EITHER! REFRIGERATOR, FREEZERS – There is a $25 charge. TIRES, RIMS – There is a charge from $1 to $35 depending on the size of the tire. CONCRETE, ROCKS – place in pile together. WE WILL NOT SHOVEL UP GRASS CLIPPINGS OR LEAVES – place this in your blue trash carts. If you need an extra cart call the city office and for only $4.54 you can have one for an entire month!
IF TRASH IS NOT SORTED WE WILL NOT PICK IT UP. EVERYTHING IN ALLEY-WAYS WILL BE PICKED UP AND TAKEN TO THE LANDFILL. IF YOU WANT TO KEEP IT, PLEASE REMOVE IT FROM THE ALLEY-WAY.
4/12/2012 - April declared Fair Housing Month
Mayor Thueson has declared April, 2012 to be 'Fair Housing Month' in the city of St. Anthony Idaho. (click here to read the proclamation)
3/29/2012 St Anthony Named Tree City USA Community by the Arbor Day Foundation
The Arbor Day Foundation today announced that St Anthony, ID, was named a Tree City USA community
for its commitment to urban forestry. It is the 9th year St Anthony has earned this national honor from the Arbor Day Foundation, the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to planting trees."We all benefit when communities like St Anthony place a high priority on planting and caring for trees, one of our nation's most beautiful resources," said John Rosenow. chief executive and founder of... (click here to view the announcement)
3/29/2012 Arbor Day Declared
Mayor Neils Thueson has declared Friday April 27th 2012 as Arbor Day in the City of St. Anthony. click here to view the proclamation.
3/13/2012 Information Regarding Solicitors in the City of St. Anthony
Spring is on the way and so are the door to door sales people. The City Council recently passed an ordinance requiring business licenses and everyone doing business in the City of St. Anthony is required to have one, including door to door sales people. (You can view the full ordinance by clicking here)
Certain people are exempt from the license requirement. They are: Education sponsored fund raisers and activities, charitable, political, and religious activities. Everyone else is required to have a business license.
Transient Solicitors (door to door sales people) are required to obtain a business license for each sales person. The solicitor is required to display, in plain sight, a name tag which clearly displays the name of the solicitor and the company by whom the solicitor is employed. Each solicitor is required to carry a copy of the business license and present it for inspection by any member of the public upon request. (City ordinance 2011-09 Chapter 5.12.5 section f)
When dealing with solicitors:
1. You can deny entry to your home or property.
2. You can post “NO SOLICITING” or similar signs at the entrance to your home or property. (City Ord. 2011-09, Chapter 5.12.15)
3. You have the right to say NO or NOT INTERESTED and ask a solicitor to leave.
4. You can ask to see the solicitor’s business license.
5. You can direct the solicitor to City Hall to obtain a license if one is not presented.
6. You can call the police if the solicitor has no license or becomes abusive or harassing. (Call 9-1-1 for emergencies, all other solicitor related issues please call 624-4001)
Each solicitor that obtains a business license has completed the required forms and has been investigated by the city police department. This does not mean they are all trustworthy . You should still use good judgment to protect yourself, your family, and your property. If you ever feel threatened or feel that you have been mistreated or scammed by a solicitor you should notify the police immediately.
The State of Idaho gives you additional rights regarding sales inside your home. You can read about them in the publication “Consumer Protection Manual” found at the Idaho Attorney General’s website. http://www.ag.idaho.gov/publications/consumer/ConsumerProtectionManual.pdf