• Schweitzer 2014

    Schweitzer Mountain Resort

  • Schweitzer 2014

    Schweitzer Mountain Resort

  • Sand Creek

    Allison Wildman

  • Lost in the 50s

    Aaron Qualls

  • Downtown Sandpoint

    Allison Wildman

  • Powerhouse Rainbow

    Aaron Qualls

  • Schweitzer Outback Boal

    Schweitzer Mountain Resort

News & Announcements

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    City Branch Pickup

    City of Sandpoint has scheduled the regular Branch Pickup dates for April 15 - 19, 2019. All branches must be piled lengthwise in the street along the curb by April 14, 2019. No number is required. Please do not place branches on the lawn. NO LEAVES OR BAGGED LEAVES. **The City will not be coming back through a second time. Please make sure your branches are out by April 14th **

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    2019 Street Sweep Schedule

    Click on the image to view the 2019 Street Sweep Schedule.

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    Sidewalks & Pathways Masterplan Effort Announced

    A master planning process for Sandpoint's sidewalks and pathways was kicked off at the December 19th Council meeting. This year long process will result in a new master plan which includes an implementation strategy and updates to City Code.

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    Winter Weather: Sandpoint has a plan.

    Proactive Response: Communications, Collaboration, & Coverage. Click to learn more!

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    Engage Sandpoint

    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.

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    Fiscal Year 2019 Budget

    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

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    Sandpoint Opportunity Zone

    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.

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