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Fall has arrived and Sandpoint City crews are scheduled to begin our annual Leaf Pickup beginning November 13th. City residents are asked to place un-bagged leaves in the street next to the curb by November 12th. Branches or bagged leaves will not be picked up. Our annual branch pickup occurs in the Spring.
Did you know that you can receive announcements like this from the City via email or on your phone using our new Engage Sandpoint platform? Mobile users can download our app by installing Engage Sandpoint in the Google Play store or SeeClickFix in the App Store and selecting Sandpoint as your City.
You can also report issues and see announcements by clicking the SeeClickFix item on our Facebook page or directly on our Engage Sandpoint webpage at http://www.sandpointidaho.gov/your-government/engagesandpoint
This powerful new platform includes a free mobile app for Android and iPhones and a reporting function on the City website and Facebook page which allows Sandpoint residents and visitors to easily notify City officials of non-emergency issues such as potholes, snow removal, dogs at large or others and provide feedback on how the City is doing.
The City of Sandpoint seeking proposals through Oct. 31st from community partners interested in the development and implementation of projects specific to improving the health of children by enhancing access to healthy, affordable foods.
The theme for the City’s FY 2019 Budget is “A Framework for the Future.” The Sandpoint City Council adopted the final 2019 budget at its August 15, 2018 Council meeting. Access to City expenditures is also available via our website here: https://stories.opengov.com/sandpointid/published/r1Pkv-0wz
A significant portion of the City of Sandpoint, including the downtown, other commercial, industrial, as well as residential areas have been included by Governor “Butch” Otter as a certified opportunity zone. The program provides for tax incentives through the capital gains tax for investors within this zone.
Did you know North Ella Avenue is part of our “Explore Sandpoint!” bicycle route? This year, the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) awarded the City a grant to help fund a variety of improvements to improve overall safety for all who use North Ella.
This project is the first phase of a much larger vision to provide safe east/west access for pedestrians and bicyclists from all points of Sandpoint to continue on to the highly popular City Beach and downtown core.
The culmination of almost two decades of community planning has begun with two way traffic returning to downtown. Stay updated at SandpointStreets.com.
View the webcam or come down to Jeff Jones Town Square and take a walk on the First Solar Roadways installation!
Planning Department Closed Oct. 5th for Training
City Adopts Revisions to the Short Term Rental Ordinance
Independent Review of Officer Involved Shooting
Historic Preservation Commission
Planning and Zoning Commission (CANCELED)
City Council meeting
Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee