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News Archive of items posted to the website. the archive begins in November 2009.

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11/29/17 SeptemberConstitution Week Proclamation
11/29/17 City of St. Anthony Awarded Tree City USA 2014
04/10/14 Modifying Speed Limits on Kit Circle
03/13/14 The Mayor of St. Anthony Proclaimed April 25 as Arbor day.
01/23/14 The Mayor and Council of the City of St. Anthony, ID pass a resolution to Declare for a Drug-free Idaho.
5/1/2013 Tree City USA  (click to read the press release)
5/1/2013 Children's Mental Health Awareness Day  (click here to read the proclamation)
3/12/2012 Arbor Day Proclamation

The Mayor has declared April 27th 2012 as Arbor Day in the City of St. Anthony... (Click to read the Proclamation)


The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of St. Anthony, Fremont County, Idaho, will hear comments from the public concerning the proposed adoption of an update to the Comprehensive Plan for the City of St. Anthony at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at St. Anthony City Hall, 420 N. Bridge St., Ste. A, St. Anthony, Idaho. This update will include numerous text amendments to 1) Update outdated information including demographic data, 2) Improve consistency of language, 3) Clarify intent of policy language. A major change to the plan is the addition of a number of illustrations, tables, graphs and maps and most importantly the addition of a Preferred Land Use Map as required in Idaho Statute 67-6508 (e). An analysis of agricultural land use is included in Chapter 6. Natural Resources and Agriculture, to meet the requirements of 67-
6508 (n). (click here to view the complete notice)

12/05/2011 Annual Road and Street Financial Report

This document is a summary of funds received and spent regarding streets in the City of St. Anthony for fiscal year ending September 30, 2011 (Click here to view the report)

11/29/2011 Business License Application

On September 22nd, 2011, ordinance 2011-09 was passed making business licenses required for all entities doing business in St. Anthony. Traditional commercial "brick and mortar", home based, special events, seasonal, temporary, and out of town businesses doing business in the city must all have a business license. Resolution 2011-07 sets the fees for each type of business license. Business licenses are valid for one year beginning on January 1st and expiring on December 31st, except for commercial special events (not longer than 3 days), and transient business licenses which both have time limits of less than one year. The application for a business license can be downloaded here, or you can get a copy from the city clerk.

11/22/2011 Notice of Surplus Sale

The following items will be sold at a closed bid auction by the City of St. Anthony December 16, 2011. The items are sold as is with no warranties express or implied. (click for complete notice)

11/18/2011 Job Opening Announcment

St. Anthony Police Department is now hiring for the position of PATROL OFFICER, POST Certified.   Starting wage:   $14.36 – $23.71, DOE.  Benefits include:  PERSI retirement, medical, dental, optical, paid vacation / holidays.  (click here for official job posting)

11/9/2011 Election Results

Congratulations to the new City Council Members Tom Erickson, Rick Hill, and Russ Rubert. Their 4 year terms will begin with the first council meeting in January 2012.

10/25/2011 Voting precincts and polling places for November 8th 2011

City elections for three vacant seats on the City Council are set for Tuesday, November 8th. Fremont County Commisioners have set the polling places for the three precincts within St. Anthony city limits.

St. Anthony precinct #1 ; areas of the city NORTH of the Henry's Fork of the Snake River and EAST of Bridge Street.

St. Anthony precinct #2 ; areas of the city SOUTH of the Henry's Fork of the Snake River.

St. Anthony precinct #3 ; areas of the city NORTH of the Henry's Fork of the Snake River and WEST of Bridge Street.

Polling Places are;

St. Anthony precinct #1; St. Anthony Stake Center (247 E 4th N)

St. Anthony precinct #2; St. Anthony Stake Center (247 E 4th N)

St. Anthony precinct #3; St. Anthony City Building (420 N. Bridge St.)

Informational Links from Fremont County Website:

Sample Ballot for City of St. Anthony Election November 8th, 2011

Election Polling Places November 8th, 2011 (as determined by Fremont County Commissioners)

10/24/2011 Speed Limit Changes for certain collector streets within city limits.

Resolution # 2011-06 sets new speed limits on South Third East (Teton hwy), South Yellowstone Hwy, and East Yellowstone Hwy. Speed limits have been increased from the previous posted limits. The new limits do not go into effect until the signs are changed. Drivers should observe the current posted speed limits. (click here to read Resolution # 2011-06)

10/13/2011 Cougar Pride Day proclaimed

Mayor Thueson has declared October 20th, 2011 as Cougar Pride Day. (click to read the proclamation)

10/11/2011 Notice of new city ordinance 2011-09, public hearing to establish fees

Ordinance 2011-09 repeals the previous city code "Peddlers" (chapter 5.12) and enacts a new section "Business Licenses" (chapter 5.12). A public hearing is scheduled for October 27th 7:00 PM to discuss the fees associated with this new ordinance. (click to view the ordinance and proposed fees)

8/24/2011 Notice of Candidate Filing Deadline - upcoming election

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That the general election to be held in and for the City of St. Anthony, Idaho, will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011. The election will be held for the purpose of electing three (3) councilmembers for a term of four years. Candidates for city elected office are required to file a Declaration of Candidacy (click to view complete notice)

8/24/2011 Notice of Sale - Surplus property

The following item will be sold at a closed bid auction by the City of St. Anthony September 2, 2011: Gator Cam 2001, sewer camera with 400' cable, black & white TV with VCR, locater in camera head. Minimum bid, $1800. (click to view complete notice)

8/18/2011 Eagle Scout donates a bench for the Henry's Fork Greenway

A big thank you to Kelton Thompson for his donation of a park bench for the Henry's Fork Greenway. The bench was built as an Eagle Scout project and has been placed on the south Henry's Fork Greenway near the diversion dam. Congratulations on earning your Eagle rank, Kelton! (click photo to see larger image)

7/12/2011 2010-2011 3rd Quarter Financial Statement

The City of St. Anthony Quarterly Financial Statement for 3rd Quarter ending June 30, 2011 is available for review. (click here to view the statement)

7/6/2011 Budget Hearing Notice

A public hearing, pursuant to Idaho Code 50-1002, for consideration of the proposed budget for the fiscal
year that begins October 1, 2011, and ends September 30, 2012, will be held in the City Council Chambers,
City Hall, 420 North Bridge, St. Anthony, ID, on Thursday, August 11, 2011, at 7 p.m. All interested
persons are invited to appear and show cause, if any, why such budget should or should not be adopted. (click here to view the proposed budget for fiscal year 2012.)

6/14/2011 New link in the sidebar of this website

Check out the new website for Fremont County Pioneer Days. There is a link in the left sidebar of this website. All available information regarding Pioneer Days can be found there.

6/8/2011 Water levels for St. Anthony

The following links will take you the USGS and National Weather Service sites for St. Anthony.

USGS Gauge at St. Anthony (Real time Data)

National Weather Service (Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service)

6/8/2011 Mayor Thueson has issued a Disaster Declaration due to high water and imminent threat to life, property, city utilities, roadways and bridges.

Click here for the official declaration

Emergency Management teams & the city workers are keeping an eye on the two bridges that cross to Clyde Keefer Park. Water is currently flowing over the bridge surfaces and the foot bridge is in danger of collapse as it has collected a lot of debris. Overnight, the river had risen significantly and appears to be rising still. Also during the night of June 7th something large, assumed to be a log or tree, passed under the Bridge Street river bridge and damaged a water line that connects the north and south sides of the city. City crews are working to repair the water line. The eastern banks of Clyde Keefer Park have been breached and water is flooding the park. Should the foot bridge at Clyde Keefer Park collapse, it is expected to also damage another bridge further downstream and possibly the sewer line that crosses with that bridge.

Upstream from St. Anthony, Fremont County crews are working to secure a canal head gate and canal banks near the Del Rio Bridge. Fremont County emergency manager, Keith Richey is trying to determine how much higher the water will get.

6/8/2011 Photos of flooding in St. Anthony (photos by city employees)
6/6/2011 Water Quality Report for 2010

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 report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. (click here to view the entire report)

5/3/2011 Arbor Day Celebration

April 29th was Arbor Day in the City of St. Anthony. Mayor Neils Thueson addressed a group of students from Henry's Fork Elementary School and was presented with an Arbor Day flag.. This is the 8th year that St. Anthony has been an Arbor Day Foundation ‘Tree City’.  Students took turns placing handfuls of dirt to cover the roots of the flowering pear tree that was planted on school grounds. (some photos courtesy of Joyce Edlefsen / Standard Journal)

4/22/2011 - Greenway Cleanup dates announced

The Henry’s Fork Greenway Committee, City of St. Anthony, City of St. Anthony Rotary Club, and
the Henry’s Fork Foundation are sponsoring the Annual Greenway Cleanup Day on Saturday
May 14, 2011 from 9am to noon. ALL volunteers are welcome to participate in planning,
building, and maintaining the Henry’s Fork Greenway in St. Anthony. (click here for complete press release)

4/19/2011 - Spring Cleanup dates announced

The city wide Spring Cleanup will be 1 week only from May 2nd to May 6th. This is a change from the traditional 2 week period in past years. City crews will be available to pick up certain items from your curbsides as long as they have been sorted. A fee will be charged for refrigerators and tires. (click here for more information)

4/14/2011 - April declared Fair Housing Month

Mayor Thueson has declared April, 2011 to be 'Fair Housing Month' in the city of St. Anthony Idaho. (click here to read the proclamation)

4/14/2011 - Arbor Day Celebration

Arbor Day Celebration will be Friday, April 29, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. at Fort Henry Elementary.  A tree will be planted, an arborist will be there to award the city with its Tree City USA award and cookies and punch will be served to the 1st graders.  A seedling will also be given to each 1st grader.

3/25/2011 - Two new City Ordinances passed

Two new City Ordinances have been passed. 2011-02 Prohibits smoking in certain city parks (click here to read Ordinance 2011-02). Also, 2011-03 Repealing Chapter 2.28 of the City Code regarding a city Fire Department. (click here to read Ordinance 2011-03)

3/11/2011 - Arbor Day Proclamation

Mayor Neils Thueson declares April 29th, 2011 as Arbor Day in the City of St.Anthony. (click here to read the proclamation)

3/8/2011 - Wildlife in St. Anthony

The photos below were taken the first week of March by Patty Parkinson (city clerk) just across the street from the City Building on Bridge Street. (click the photo for a larger image)

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2/7/2011 City is seeking public comment on the proposed additions to the Henry's Fork Greenway trail.

The City of St. Anthony and the Rotary Club are interested in your comments regarding a proposed addition to the south Henry's Fork Greenway trail. The Rotary Club has proposed placement of a bronze statue depicting the infamous mountain man Andrew Henry along with interpretive signs describing the life and activities of local area mountain men.  In addition to the statue it is proposed to add an asphalt loop trail off the main trail along with seating for viewing the statue and surrounding area.  The placement of the statue would coincide with the anniversary of the establishment of Fort Henry, an area just west of the proposed statue site.  Additional information regarding the project can be viewed at the city office between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM weekdays.  Please direct your comments to Update on the progress click here

1/26/2011 St. Anthony Winter Snow Festival, Saturday February 5th

Saturday, February 5th will be the first ever St. Anthony Winter Snow Festival. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Outdoor activities at several city parks, Free Tea, Cider, Cocoa, and Coffee with a coupon from local businesses.
Click here for more information. Sponsored by the City of St. Anthony and the Parks and Recreation committee.

12/22/2010 Notice of Public Sale

The following items will be sold at a closed bid auction by the City of St. Anthony January 21, 2011. 1995 Chevy Lumina, 108,400 miles, Minimum bid $1200 & 1988 Chevy Crew Cab One Ton Dump-bed, Minimum bid $800. (click here for complete notice)

12/22/2010 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 January 27, 2011 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 FEES FOR THE RETAIL SALE OF BEER, WINE and LIQUOR (click here for the complete notice)

12/10/2010 Ms Briggs first grade class decorates the City Christmas Tree

Ms Brenda Briggs' 1st grade class (Henry's Fork Elementary) was invited to make decorations for the City Christmas Tree. Mayor Neils Thueson and his wife Judy helped the students decorate the tree with hand made ornaments including gingerbread people, snowflakes, Christmas trees, and a colorful paper chain. City Clerks served cookies and juice.
The tree is on display in the foyer of the City Building, 420 North Bridge Street, Suite A.

12/2/2010 - Make utility payments on-line

You can now pay your city utility bill on-line. Visit the link in the left column titled "Pay My Utility Bill" or click here.
***Note*** The links will take you to payport site. A service fee applies to all payments made on-line. Make sure to read how the fee is calculated before making a payment.

11/29/2010 - Snow Removal Notice

City crews will be working throught the night Monday (11/29) to remove snow. Please remove your vehicles from the streets.

11/24/2010 - Garbage Service & Snow Removal Notice

Garbage pickup regularly scheduled for commercial customers on Tuesday was delayed due to the blizzard conditions. Garbage services will resume after the Thanksgiving holiday.  Please be patient with us as we try to remove snow and plow streets and catch up with getting around to all of our customers.  

11/23/2010 -(Update) URGENT NOTICE - Snow Removal

City crews will be removing snow Wednesday (11/24) beginning around noon continuing through the night and again Friday night (11/26). City crews and the City Police Department reminds everyone to remove their vehicles from the streets while the snow plows are working and NOT dispose of snow from driveways and sidewalks onto the public roadways. (City Code 8.32.040)

11/21/2010 - URGENT NOTICE -Weather Advisory - Winter storm warning

Winter storm warning in effect until 11 pm Tuesday. The NWS in Pocatello has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snow and blowing snow which is in effect until 11 pm mst Tuesday. ***Snow accumulations, 5 to 10 inches*** Timing, through 11 pm Monday evening. ***Winds, 15 to 30 mph with higher gusts***

11/12/2010 - Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner needs your help

The Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner is in need of turkeys and hams. They also need volunteers. Please contact The Lions Club members Sam Davis at 390-0320 or Lyndon Rinehart at 390-6537 or Don Orme at 624-7861.

9/24/2010 - New Rates for City Utilities Effective October 1st, 2010

New utility rates have been established for 2010-2011 effective October 1st, 2010. To view the new utility rates click here.

9/15/2010 - Fiscal Year 2011 Annual appropriation ordinance 2010-04


9/9/2010 - 2010 Fiscal Year Budget Amendment Hearing Notice

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of St. Anthony will hold a public hearing for consideration of an amendment to the 2010 fiscal year budget by appropriating additional monies received by the City of St. Anthony, said hearing to be held at City Hall at 420 North Bridge on the 23rd day of September, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. (click here for complete announcement)

UPDATE - Fire District Annexation

The South Fremont Fire District and the St. Anthony City Council have both passed resolutions for annexation of the city into the fire district. More information will be posted here and in the city newsletter as details become available.

Budget for fiscal year 2010-2011 approved by city council.

After making adjustments to  the tax revenue from decreased property values, the city council has approved the budget for 2010-2011. The budget includes $1.3 million in grants for the Phase III Sewer Project and the West Main Project. The total budget is approximately $4.3 million.

Notice of Public Hearing to increase late fees

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the City of St. Anthony, Idaho, that the St. Anthony City Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 12, 2010 at the St. Anthony City Hall, 420 N. Bridge St., St. Anthony, Idaho, to consider public comment regarding the institution of increased municipal utility late fees. (Click here for complete notice)

Notice of Public Hearing regarding the 2011 Proposed Budget

A public hearing, pursuant to Idaho Code 50-1002, for consideration of the proposed budget for the fiscal year that begins October 1, 2010, and ends September 30, 2011, will be held in the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 420 North Bridge, St. Anthony, ID, on Thursday, August 12, 2010, at 7 p.m. (Click here for complete notice and the proposed budget for 2011)

Pioneer Days Parade - July 24th

Pioneer Days events begin Wedneday July 21st at 7:00 PM with the first performance of the play, "Once Upon a Mattress". Then again each night through Friday at 7:00 PM, with an additional performance on Saturday at 3:00 PM.

Friday night is part 1 of the Pioneer Days rodeo at 7:00 PM , then Saturday a parade at 10:30 AM , then Saturday night Part 2 of the Pioneer Days rodeo at 7:00 PM followed by fireworks. Tickets are required for the play and the rodeo. ($30 family, or $10 per person)

Click here for the parade route

Click here for a complete list of events as provided by the Pioneer Days Committee

Notice of Surplus Sale (Roxy Theater)

The property commonly known as the Roxy Theater located at 116 North Bridge Street St. Anthony, ID has been declared surplus property and will be sold at public auction on July 22nd, 2010. (Click here for details and instructions)

Notice of Surplus Sale (Grader and playground slides)

The following items have been declared surplus property by the City of St. Anthony and will be sold by sealed bid. 1974 Gallion t500 Series A Grader and two Playground Slides... (Click here for descriptions and instructions)

Resolution to change street signs and traffic flow in the areas around the schools.

Resolution 2010-5 changes the traffic flow around South Fremont High School, Jr High, and Henry's Fork Elementary. Additional stop signs, one way streets and drop off zones have been established in preparation for the new school year.
(Click here to view the resolution and a map)

Water Quality Report for calendar year 2009

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 report is designed to inform you about the quality of the water and services we deliver to you every day. (click here to view the entire report)

Free Dog Tags!!

During the month of June you can get a FREE tag for your dog. Just stop by the city building and pick one up. If you cant make it in June the next opportunity will be at summerfest.

UPDATE - Fire District Annexation

In a meeting held May 12th, the SF fire district commision voted against annexation citing the reason as they could not function 'as is' with less money. It was decided to pursue a district wide election to increase the tax rate in attempt to make up the budget difference that would occur if the city was annexed. Pending a succesful override, the commission would again consider annexation of the city.

55th Annual Fisherman's Breakfast - Friday May 28th

Read the official press release about the 55th Annual Fisherman's Breakfast (click here)


It’s time for the Annual Spring Cleanup!  Please sort your items to be hauled to the landfill accordingly.  Items belonging in your blue trash receptacles are...(click here for more information)

Your photos of the city, people, places, and events are needed for this website

Show off your photography skills. We need your photos! If you would like to have your photos of the city ,events, places or people displayed on this website please email them by clicking here (click to submit your photo). The photos should be JPG format, should be owned by yourself and not protected by copyright. The subject of the photo should be people, places, and events in the City of St. Anthony. No compensation is offered for the use of your photos. After it has been resized to fit the window, the tag 'submitted by - your name' will be added to the photo.

Greenway cleanup project

The annual "Greenway Clean Up Day" on Saturday May 15, 2010 from 9am to noon.
ALL volunteers are welcome to participate in planning, building, and maintaining the Henry’s Fork Greenway in St. Anthony. (Click here for more information)

US 20 / Bridge Street construction begins!

You might have noticed the orange construction markers up and down Bridge Street. Knife River Construction crews have begun work on US 20 / Bridge Street. They are starting on the north-east end of US 20 and working towards town. They estimate 6 days of work to get to town and another 6 days working in town. Expect heavy machinery, trucks and traffic delays while the work continues. While in town, machinery will be operating from early morning to late evening so the project will be done as soon as possible. If you have questions or concerns please contact the city offices, the mayor, or any council member.

Second Quarter financial summary has been posted to this website.

Click the link to the left to view financial summary reports or Click here to view 2009-2010 Q2 summary report.

Resolution 2010-04 'Establishing fees for reservation and use of City park facilities"

On advice of the Park and Recreation Committee, the City Council has passed resolution 2010-04 establishing fees for the reservation and use of city park facilities. (Click here to view the resolution)

St. Anthony named 'Tree City USA Community'

The Arbor Day Foundation has named St. Anthony a 'Tree City USA Community' for a seventh year for our commitment to urban forestry. (Click here for the official press release)

Only 6 Days Left To Mail Back Your Census Form
You must stand up and be counted if St. Anthony is to get it's fair share of over $400 billion....

When you fill out and mail back your census form, you’re making a statement about what resources St. Anthony needs going forward. Accurate data reflecting changes in St. Anthony crucial in apportioning seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and deciding how more than $400 billion per year is allocated for projects like new hospitals and schools. That's more than $4 trillion over a 10-year period for things like new roads and schools, and services like job training centers.

April declared Fair Housing month

April 2010 marks the 42nd anniversary of the passage of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, commonly known as the Federal Fair Housing Act. The Idaho Human Rights Commission Act has prohibited discrimination in housing since 1969. Equal opportunity for all-regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin-is a fundamental goal of our nation, state and city. (click to view the official declaration)

April declared Organ, Eye, and Tissue donation month

April, 2010 has been declared Organ, Eye, and Tissue doantion Month. There is still a critical need: over 100,000 people are on the national waiting list; locally over 300 people wait; about 18 people die every day while waiting; another name is added to the national waiting list every 12 minutes; please mark yes on your driver license and tell your family (Click to view the official declaration)

The annual budget hearing has been set for August 12th, 2010.

A public hearing for the budget year 2010-2011 has been set for August 12th, 2010. The finance committee will be meeting several times prior to this date to discuss the city budget. Finance committee meetings are open to the public. The next Finance committee meeting is April 12th at 5:30 PM.

City Council makes changes to the animal control ordinance

A first offense will now be an infraction as opposed to a misdemeanor. The fines for infractions have not been changed. In addition, free dog licenses will be offered at two events during the year. It was suggested that they be offered at Fisherman's Breakfast and at Summerfest. Information regarding the events to obtain a free dog license will be available soon. Check back to this web site and in your monthly newsletter. (Click here to see the changes to the ordinance)

City of St. Anthony was NOT selected for Arbor Day grant

In a letter dated March 29th, 2010 the city was notified that they have not been selected for an Arbor Day grant. Funds allowed for 40 grant awards and 74 applicants applied. Successful applicants were drawn via a lottery system. This is the first time in many years that St. Anthony has not been selected. Other arrangements have already been made to provide for planting of trees for an Arbor Day event.

Parks and Recreation Committee member change

Toni Crapo has resigned from the City Parks and Recreation Committee. A big THANK YOU for the many years of service. Welcome to Richard Reboiro who has been appointed to Parks and Rec. The committee will be working on a new 'Tree Ordinance' and discussing park reservation fees. Parks and Rec Committee meetings are open to the public and you are invited to attend.

Fire District Annexation update

The SF Fire District commissioners have met and discussed the request of the city. No decisions were made but the discussion of response time, unemployment for laid off dispatchers, access to the fire station, and transfer of City equipment were presented.

East Main sewer line replacement

Sometime before the end of March we expect 3H Construction to begin replacement of sewer collection lines on East Main. The new line needs to be installed prior to the resurface of the street later this spring / early summer. The new 8 inch line will be installed between 3rd East and 5th East. The street should remain open, but you may wish to choose an alternate route through that part of town during construction.

Bridge Street Construction

The contractor for the Bridge Street resurface project (Knife River) intends to begin work as soon as weather allows. Construction should begin sometime in May. I'm sure we are all looking forward to a pot-hole free Bridge Street.

Fire District Annexation information

The City of St. Anthony has requested to be annexed into the South Fremont Fire District which could lead to a savings of approximately $70,000. (Click here for details)

New appointments to the City Parks & Recreation Committee

Jen Orme and Gary Cox have been appointed by the Mayor to fill vacancies on the Parks & Recreation Committee.

Resolution 2010-03 passed by the City Council

Resolution 2010-03 Declaring support of the U.S. Air Force choosing Mountain Home, Idaho for the F-35 Missions was passed by the City Council. Resolution 2010-03

Notice of surplus property sale

The following items have been declared surplus property by the City of St. Anthony and will be sold by sealed bid. (1) Exmark zero turn mowers, (2) 80' antenna towers,Stone model S35A plate compactor , Mutilquip tamper jumping jack, 24" roller w/ 10 hp Briggs & Stratton Engine. Sealed bids must be received by February 19th 4:00 PM (click here for more information)

Parks and Recreation needs new board members

Parks and Recreation will be having their board meeting Wednesday, February 3rd at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Parks and Recreation board should contact Melissa Hinckley at 206-7394.

Snow Removal notice

The Police Department reminds everyone to remove their vehicles from the streets while the snow plows are working and NOT dispose of snow from driveways and sidewalks onto the public roadways. (City Code 8.32.040)

Mayor Thueson sworn in

Neils Thueson was sworn in as the mayor of St. Anthony, soon after, he gave the state of the city address, handed out council members assignments and appointed new members to the Parks and Recreation Board and the Planning and Zoning Board.

(click to go the mayor page)

Elected Council Members sworn in

Welcome to the new City Council Member, Suzanne Bagley. Also welcome back to Rod Willmore and Bryant Biorn. They have been elected to serve the term 2010 - 2014.(click to go the city council page)

1/13/2010 - Police Activity Reports added to Council Meetings and posted on the web site

Mayor Thueson has requested a report of police activity be presented at each Council Meeting during department reports and then posted to the city web site. A new link has been placed to the left side to view these reports or click here to go to the City Police Page.

Regular City Council Meeting day of the week has been changed

Future meetings of the City Council will be held the second and fourth THURSDAY of each month beginning January 28th, 2010. Ordinance 2010-01

Jim Hunter resigns from the Parks and Recreation board

Our thanks to Jim Hunter for his service on the Parks and Recreation board. He has been a valued member and will be missed.

2009 4th Quarter Financial Statement

The 2008-09 4th Quarter Financial Statement is available for viewing and download.

Public Comment requested on HCRCD plan

The City Council and Mayor is seeking public comments regarding the city's participation in the High Country Resource Conservation and Development Council Plan 2010-2014

Please contact any Council member or the Mayor and let them know what you think of the HCRCDC Plan and if the City of St. Anthony should participate in the plan. Click here to read the plan.

Click here to visit the HCRCDC web site.

2010 Census Partner Proclamation


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