Local Area Resources Links and Lists
Local resources for Coeur d’Alene | Post Falls | Hayden | Hayden Lake | Dalton Gardens | Rathdrum | Hauser | Spirit Lake | Bay View | Athol | Harrison | Rockford Bay | and all of Kootenai County.
Athol City Clerk-Athol was first known as Colton, the town was renamed Athol by a settler who came from Athol, Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Athol was named after a town in Scotland named for the Duke of Atholl
Bayview City Hall-An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government, and more in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood.
Coeur d’Alene City Hall-The Coeur d’Alene City Hall is a historic building in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It was built in 1908, and designed in the Renaissance Revival style by architect George Williams.
Coeur d’Alene City Building Dept.-The intention is to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the construction, quality of materials, use of all buildings and structures within the City of Coeur d’Alene by the administration and enforcement of the applicable adopted building codes.
Coeur d’Alene City Clerk-The office of the Coeur d’Alene City Clerk is a public-service division that maintains a complete and accurate record of council proceedings; preserves official city records; manages Sunshine Law reports for municipal elections; provides administrative support to the city council, and provides prompt and courteous service to city residents, the City Council and city staff.
Coeur d’Alene City Licensing and Permits–The City Clerk is the local licensing officer for specific types of business activities, and child care facilities and workers. Other departments also issue permits for things such as burning, construction, discharge of wastewater, encroachments, fireworks, etc.
Coeur d’Alene City Electrical & Plumbing Inspection-Inspections are taken on a first come, first serve basis and need a minimum of 24 hours’ notice. They do not perform same day inspections. When the schedule is full you will be given the next available date which could be 2 days out from the call in date.
Coeur d’Alene City Engineering Department-The mission of the Coeur d’Alene Street and Engineering Department is to provide citizens with safe, unrestricted street surfaces. Our department also maintains traffic control devices and provides other city departments with cost effective vehicle maintenance services.
Coeur d’Alene City Marriage Licensing–You do not need to be a resident of Idaho to obtain an Idaho marriage license, however an Idaho State marriage license is only valid for ceremonies performed within the State of Idaho. There is no waiting period before using the license; you may get married the same day.
Coeur d’Alene Mayor’s Office-Passionate about the city in which he has lived for more than 50 years, Mayor Steve Widmyer has a deep love for Coeur d’Alene, raising a family here and operating several successful businesses.
Coeur d’Alene Street lights, Names & Numbers-Thanks to the assistance of citizens, the streetlight utility will be able to find and repair streetlights in a timely manner and, in turn, make the community safer and brighter.
Coeur d’Alene Street Maintenance & Snow Information-The mission of the Coeur d’Alene Street and Engineering Department is to provide citizens with safe, unrestricted street surfaces. The department also maintains traffic control devices and provides other city departments with cost effective vehicle maintenance services.
Dalton Gardens-Dalton Gardens is a city in Kootenai County, Idaho. It is considered a suburb of Coeur d’Alene and borders the city to the south and west.
Hauser City Hall-An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government, and more
Hayden City Hall-An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government and more in Hayden
Hayden City Clerk-As the City Clerk for the City of Hayden Abbi manages the city’s records, clerks the council meetings, serves as the Election Official for the City, oversees the clerical support to commissions, and provides administrative support to the Mayor, City Council and City Administrator.
Post Falls City Hall-An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government for Post Falls.
Rathdrum City Hall-An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government for Rathdrum.
Spirit Lake City Hall–An open group to discuss neighborhood happenings, issues, free local events and fundraisers, local government for Rathdrum.
Kootenai County Employment Opportunities-Kootenai County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, They offer employment preference to Veterans of the United States Armed Services in accordance with provisions of Idaho Code 65-502 and Idaho Code 65-504.
Kootenai County Assessor-They provide these services in the most efficient, cost effective manner possible, through adapting new technologies and through encouraging and promoting the members of the Assessor’s staff to be the best possible employees that they can be, thereby achieving the greatest level of productivity.
Kootenai County Assistance-Established in 1972, the department was created to carry out the mandates and intent of Idaho Law contained in Title 31, Chapters 34 and 35 of the Idaho Code. The purpose of these laws is to provide limited and temporary assistance to Kootenai County residents for the payment of some non-medical and medical expenses.
Kootenai County Building & Planning-Structures are required to meet the regulations of the International Building Code, the International Residential Code, and the International Energy Conservation Code, which is enforced by building inspectors.
Kootenai County Building Permit Information-click for a ink to list of permits offered by Kootenai County.
Kootenai County Clerk-In Kootenai County, there are over 100 deputy clerks who work in the various departments under the Clerk as well as in the Board of County Commissioners’ Office. In the role of Auditor, the Clerk’s office is responsible to prepare the annual county budget for the Board of County Commissioners.
Kootenai County Commissioner-The Board of County Commissioners (also referred to as the BOCC or Board) is the governing body of Kootenai County. Consisting of three elected officials, the Board serves as the taxing authority, the contracting body and the chief administrators of public funds.
Kootenai County Courthouse-The two main court buildings for Kootenai County are located in the Courthouse Complex at the corner of Government Way and Garden Avenue in Coeur d’Alene.
Kootenai County Human Resources-The Kootenai County Human Resources (HR) Department’s mission is to provide quality Human Resources Services to support the mission of Kootenai County. We provide guidance and expertise in Benefits, wellness, compensation, Compliance, Recruitment, on-boarding, retention and Training and development.
Kootenai County Marriage Licensing-You do not need to be a resident of Idaho to obtain an Idaho marriage license, however an Idaho State marriage license is only valid for ceremonies performed within the State of Idaho. There is no waiting period before using the license; you may get married the same day.
Kootenai County Recorder-The Kootenai County Recorder’s Office, located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho is a centralized office where public records are recorded, indexed, and stored in Kootenai County, ID. The purpose of the Recorder of Deeds is to ensure the accuracy of Kootenai County property and land records and to preserve their continuity.
Kootenai County Surveyor-The Kootenai County Surveyor provides Review all city and county subdivisions for compliance with Idaho Code and/or county/city subdivision ordinances, assist other departments with location based needs, particularly relating to county owned property and provide a liaison between the county and the private land surveyor.
Kootenai County Treasurer-Steve Matheson is your Kootenai County Treasurer. He was elected as Treasurer on November 4, 2014. One of the primary goals of the Treasurer’s office is to continue to enhance the excellent customer service that has been established.
State of Idaho Division of Building Safety–The University of Idaho has the responsibility to provide a healthy and safe workplace. EHS coordinates the Division of Building Safety Inspections, which include an annual physical walk-through and an overall general preventive maintenance review.
Department of Land- The Idaho Department of Lands is a state-level government agency of Idaho that manages State Trust Lands. IDL oversees forestry practices on state lands and some regulation of mining practices, as well as administering forestry programs and providing fire protection and prevention on state lands.
Environmental Quality-The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is the department of the Idaho state government responsible for administration of state and federal environmental laws and regulations. The main offices of the department are in Boise, six regional offices are also maintained.
Idaho Dept. of Water Resources-The Idaho Department of Water Resources serves the people of Idaho and protects their welfare by making sure water is conserved and available to sustain Idaho’s economy, ecosystem and the resulting quality of life.
Parks & Recreation-The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) is a state-level government agency of Idaho that manages state parks throughout Idaho as well as the registration programs for boats, snowmobiles and other off-highway vehicles.
Social Security-To provide for the material needs of individuals and families; To protect aged and disabled persons against the expenses of illnesses that may otherwise use up their savings; To keep families together
State Tax Commission-The Tax Commission informs taxpayers about their obligations so everyone can pay their fair share of taxes, and it must enforce Idaho’s laws to ensure the fairness of the tax system with those who don’t voluntarily comply.
Athol Public Library-Library service in Athol dates back to 1830, when the Athol Social Library offered books to local readers. Between 1850 and 1860, the Athol Agricultural and Mechanical Library served various groups. Area churches also maintained their own small libraries to serve the members of their congregations.
Coeur d’Alene Public Library-The Coeur d’Alene Public Library is committed to excellence in library services. Dedicated to lifelong learning, the library provides free and equal access to a full range of historical, intellectual, and cultural resources.
Department of Motor Vehicles-responsible for handling diverse citizen needs such as personal identity cards, driving permits and licenses, and registrations for vehicles such as cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats—both commercial and personal.
Boat Registration & Licensing-The Panhandle of Idaho boasts three of Idaho’s big lakes and fish-filled rivers. These northern waters are home to coldwater native fish like Westslope cutthroat and bull trout, as well as tiger muskie, lake trout, kokanee, chinook, and bass.
Coeur d’Alene / Post Falls Press-The Coeur d’Alene Press was first published on February 20, 1892. Burl Hagadone was named publisher of the newspaper in 1936, and purchased half of Scripps Newspapers Inc., stock in the newspaper in April 1946.
Nickels Worth-Richard Haakenson launched Nickel’s Worth in February of 1972 as a four-page want ad weekly covering the five counties of North Idaho. Want ads to cost $1 and circulation was about 12,000. With the hope of providing North Idaho with an alternative newspaper, Martin and Carol Stacey bought the Nickel’s Worth in November of the same year and supplemented the advertising with editorials, reviews, cartoons, and local news items.
Spokesman Review-The Spokesman-Review is a daily broadsheet newspaper based in Spokane, Washington, the city’s sole remaining daily publication. It has the third-highest readership among daily newspapers in the state, with most of its readership base in eastern Washington and northern Idaho.
Rathdrum Police Department- The Rathdrum Police Department, in partnership with a growing community, is committed to enhancing the safety and security of the community by providing professional law enforcement. Central to our mission are the values that guide our work, and decisions that help to contribute to the quality of life in Rathdrum.
Avista- providing safe, reliable and responsible energy service. It’s been a core motivation since 1889.
Direct TV- best-in-class content and service to provide customers an industry-leading video offering. When it comes to the best in entertainment, we offer nearly every American the ability to beam it or stream it.
Kootenai Electric-a member-owned electric utility in Hayden, Idaho. The Cooperative provides competitively priced, quality energy services to its members and is governed by an independent seven-member elected Board of Directors.
Noxious Weed Control–assist landowners in controlling the spread of terrestrial noxious weeds across Kootenai County.
Kootenai Health-The main Kootenai Health campus is located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and includes a 330-bed community-owned hospital and a wide range of physician clinics including a family physician residency program. Kootenai Health repeatedly earns regional and national recognition and is a Magnet facility.
Medical Emergency Department-Kootenai Health has the staffing and equipment necessary to provide rapid, life-saving response for a broad spectrum of illnesses and injury. Kootenai Health is an American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma verified Level III Trauma Center and Idaho Time Sensitive Emergencies designated Level II Trauma Center. Additionally, Kootenai Health is an interventional cardiac facility able to provide treatment for heart attacks and other cardiac emergencies.
North Idaho Crisis Center-The Northern Idaho Crisis Center is a non-profit community organization, created to help people who are having a mental health crisis or a drug or alcohol problem. The Crisis Center is a joint project between Panhandle Health District, Kootenai Health and Heritage Health.
North Idaho Cancer Care Center- They deliver comprehensive, compassionate cancer care using leading edge technology, the newest therapies and a wide range of clinical trials as well as rehabilitation.
Alzheimers Association-The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.
American Cancer Society– At the American Cancer Society, They are on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until they do, they will be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.
Childcare Resource Center- Panhandle Health District conducts health and safety inspections for child-care facilities within their five county districts for licensed care facilities and those that are participating in the Idaho Child Care Program.
Disability Action Center– The DAC is about building community, achieving equality, and creating independence in an accessible world.
North Idaho Home Health Program– At North Idaho Home Health, they are more than an organization of healthcare professionals – they are proud members of communities across north Idaho. Quality service is their mission. And to them, service means getting to know their patients on a personal level.
Panhandle Health District– Panhandle Health District provides over 40 different public health programs to families, individuals and organizations in northern Idaho.
Birth Right of North Idaho– FREE NON-JUDGMENTAL SUPPORT 24/7 Birthright is a non-profit charitable organization that has been providing love and support for over 50 years.
Veterans Affairs Medical Center– The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is a Cabinet-level executive branch department of the federal government charged with providing life-long healthcare services to eligible military veterans at the 1700 VA medical centers and outpatient clinics located throughout the country.
Veterans Administration Benefits Info & Assistance– Find out what benefits you may be eligible for during service and which time-sensitive benefits to consider when separating or retiring.
Veterans Service Office– The Department of Veterans Affairs runs programs benefiting veterans and members of their families.
Coeur d’Alene Animal Control– The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Section operates under the Field Operations Division and consists of three Animal Control Officers.
Kootenai County Humane Society– Kootenai Humane Society rescues and adopts more than 2,000 pets each year. Their No-Kill Philosophy means we never place a time limit on how long animals can stay at their shelter.
CDA Pet Resort–Drop your dog off at The Coeur d’Alene Pet Resort and doggie daycare and let him spend the day socializing with other dogs, interacting with our pet loving staff, running around and burning off plenty of pent-up energy.
Alpine Animal Hospital– Their team is committed to offering excellence in veterinary care and have proudly served the Issaquah community for almost 40 years.
Animal Medical Center– At VCA North Division Animal Medical Center, they help pets live long, healthy and happy lives. They deliver the best medical care for pets and the best experience for pet owners.
Lakewood Animal Hospital– Lakewood Animal Hospital and Bruce King DVM provide exceptional veterinary care in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho.
Prairie Animal Hospital–Improving the human-animal bond through exceptional and individualized healthcare experiences.
Sunset Animal Hospital– They are pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!
Hayden Pet Medical Center– They are a full-service medical, and surgical facility. They offer professional grooming and a large boarding facility for dogs, cats, and exotics.
Mountain View Veterinary Clinic– They have a veterinarian and personnel on regular duty 6 days a week who are trained and equipped to handle urgent and emergent care. Late night or weekend/holiday emergencies are best handled by Emergency Veterinary Hospital of CDA or Emergency Pet Care in Post Falls.
Kootenai Animal Hospital– The team at VCA Kootenai Animal Hospitalis dedicated to providing the highest quality veterinary medicine. We’re proud to serve the greaterKootenaiCounty.
North Idaho Pet Emergency– VCA North Idaho Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility who is proud to offer a variety of medial animal services in the local Sandpoint and North Idaho Panhandle areas
Rathdrum Animal Clinic- Rathdrum Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Rathdrum, ID. The professional and courteous staff at Rathdrum Animal Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care, and dental care for our highly-valued patients.
Coeur d’Alene School District #271- The Coeur d’Alene School District #271 is a school district in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. District #271 serves a student population nearing 11,000 in Coeur d’Alene, Dalton Gardens, Hayden, Hayden Lake, and a portion of rural Kootenai County.
District Attendance Zones- A school attendance zone is an outline of where students will attend public school. They can be determined in a variety of ways, depending on the state or city to which they apply, but generally speaking they will cover elementary school, middle school or junior high, and senior high school.
Elementary- A school for the first four to six grades, and usually including kindergarten.
Borah Elementary– School is located off of 4th Street in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and school serves over 300 students Kindergarten through 5th Grade.
Bryan Elementary– Bryan Elementary School is a public elementary school located in Coeur D Alene, ID in the Coeur D’Alene School District. It enrolls 422 students in grades 1st through 12th.
Dalton Gardens Elementary–Today, Dalton Elementary School enrolls around 440 students. Thanks to our generous community, who approved a bond in 2016, Dalton underwent a nearly a full remodel in the summer of 2018.
Fernan Stem Academy– Fernan STEM Academy provides education to approximately 400 children in K-5.
Hayden Meadows Elementary– Hayden Meadows, Home of the Huskies, is located in beautiful Hayden Lake, Idaho and
serves approximately 550 students in grades K-5.
Skyway Elementary– Skyway Elementary School is an above average, public school located in COEUR D’ALENE, ID. It has 645 students in grades PK, K-5.
Sorensen Magnet School of the Arts & Humanities-Sorensen Magnet School of the Arts and Humanities is a highly rated, public, magnet school located in COEUR D’ALENE, ID. It has 312 students in grades PK, K-5.
Winton Elementary– Winton Elementary School is a public school located in COEUR D’ALENE, ID. It has 508 students in grades PK, K-5
Canfield Middle School-Canfield Middle School is a public school located in Coeur D’Alene, ID, which is in a small city setting. The student population of Canfield Middle School is 859 and the school serves 6-8.
Lakes Middle School–Payette Lakes Middle School is a public school located in Mccall, ID, which is in a remote rural setting. The student population of Payette Lakes Middle School is 321 and the school serves 6-8.
Woodland Middle School– Woodland Middle School is a public school located in Coeur D’Alene, ID, which is in a small city setting. The student population of Woodland Middle School is 900 and the school serves 6-8.
District #272- Lakeland Joint School District 272 is nestled in the Panhandle of North Idaho. It is home to six K-6 Schools
Athol Elementary- Athol Elementary School is a public school located in Athol, ID, which is in a distant rural setting. The student population of Athol Elementary School is 368 and the school serves PK-6.
Betty Kiefer Elementary-Betty Kiefer Elementary School is a public school located in Rathdrum, ID, which is in a fringe town setting. The student population of Betty Kiefer Elementary School is 486 and the school serves PK-6.
Garwood Elementary– Garwood Elementary School is a public school located in Rathdrum, ID, which is in a fringe rural setting. The student population of Garwood Elementary School is 433 and the school serves PK-6.
John L. Brown Elementary–John Brown Elementary School is a public school located in Rathdrum, ID, which is in a fringe town setting. The student population of John Brown Elementary School is 361 and the school serves PK-6.
Spirit Lake Elementary–Spirit Lake Elementary School is a public school located in Spirit Lake, ID, which is in a distant rural setting. The student population of Spirit Lake Elementary School is 349 and the school serves PK-6.
Twin Lakes Elementary– Twin Lakes Elementary School is a public school located in Rathdrum, ID, which is in a fringe rural setting. The student population of Twin Lakes Elementary School is 362 and the school serves PK-6.
Lakeland Jr. High School– Lakeland High School is a four-year public secondary school in Rathdrum, Idaho, one of two traditional high schools in the Lakeland Joint School District #272 of northern Kootenai County.
Timberlake Jr. High School– Timberlake Junior High School is a public school located in Spirit Lake, ID, which is in a distant rural setting. The student population of Timberlake Junior High School is 286 and the school serves 7-8.
Lakeland High School– Lakeland Senior High School is ranked 57th within Idaho. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams.
Timberlake High School– Timberlake Senior High School is ranked 54th within Idaho. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams.
District #273- Post Falls School District #273
Administration Office– located at 206 W Mullan Ave, Post Falls, ID 83854
Mullan Trail Elementary- Mullan Trail Elementary School is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of Mullan Trail Elementary School is 444 and the school serves PK-5.
Ponderosa Elementary- Ponderosa Elementary School is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of Ponderosa Elementary School is 499 and the school serves PK-5.
Prairie View Elementary- Prairie View Elementary is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of Prairie View Elementary is 463 and the school serves 1-5.
Seltice Elementary- Seltice Elementary School is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of Seltice Elementary School is 394 and the school serves PK-5.
Post Falls Middle School– Post Falls Middle School is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of Post Falls Middle School is 818 and the school serves 6-8.
River City Middle School– River City Middle School is a public school located in Post Falls, ID, which is in a small suburb setting. The student population of River City Middle School is 639 and the school serves 6-8.
Post Falls High School– Post Falls High School is ranked 68th within Idaho. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams.
Classical Christian Academy– The Association of Classical Christian Schools ACCS is the largest advocacy organization for K-12 classical Christian education in the US.
Holy Family Catholic School– Holy Family Catholic School is a private school located in Coeur D Alene, ID. The student population of Holy Family Catholic School is 205.
Lake City Academy– Lake City Academy is accredited for Preschool through 10th grade by the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, which is recognized by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, the National Council for Private School Accreditation, and the State of Idaho. In addition, K-10 teachers are fully credentialed and our Early Childhood program is state certified.
Lighthouse Christian Academy– The mission of Lighthouse Christian Academy is to partner with Christian parents to provide a biblically integrated and academically excellent education to develop each child’s Christ-like character, intellectual ability and physical health to the glory of God.
Mountain View Alternative High School– Mountainview Alternative High School is a public school located in Rathdrum, ID, which is in a fringe town setting. The student population of Mountainview Alternative High School is 91 and the school serves 7-12.
New Vision High School– At New Vision High School, they strive to establish a safe and positive environment with high expectations.
Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy– Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy exists in order to promote and implement academic excellence in our student body. Further, They seek to ensure that our graduates are knowledgeable and proficient users of language so that they may: succeed in school, participate in our democracy, find challenging and rewarding work.
STEM Charter Academy– Their 7th – 12th grade program emphasizes 21st Century skills that are essential for students to be successful in postsecondary education and the workplace.
Eastern Washington University- Eastern Washington University is a public institution that was founded in 1882. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 10,293 (fall 2020), its setting is rural, and the campus size is 330 acres.
Gonzaga University– Gonzaga University is a private institution that was founded in 1887. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 4,852 (fall 2020), its setting is city, and the campus size is 152 acres.
Lewis-Clark State College-Lewis– Clark State College is a public institution that was founded in 1893. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,684 (fall 2019), its setting is city, and the campus size is 46 acres.
North Idaho College– North Idaho College is a public institution in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. It has a total enrollment of 5270.The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 13-to-1. The highest degree offered at North Idaho College is an associate degree. The school has an open admissions policy.
University of Idaho: Coeur d’Alene Branch- The University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene shapes the future of North Idaho by bringing university resources into our local communities. The center engages university expertise to transform education, develop innovative research and cultivate a knowledge-based economy.
University of Idaho– University of Idaho is a public institution that was founded in 1889. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 8,366 (fall 2020), its setting is rural, and the campus size is 810 acres.
Washington State University- Washington State University is a public institution that was founded in 1890. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 25,470 (fall 2020), its setting is rural, and the campus size is 1,742 acres.
Whitworth College– Whitworth University is a private institution that was founded in 1890. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,368 (fall 2020), its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 200 acres.
East Side Highway District– The Kootenai County Eastside Highway District, located in Coeur d’Alene, ID, is a government agency that oversees Coeur d’Alene transportation systems
Lakes Highway District- The Lakes Highway District was formed in May of 1971 as a result of the consolidation of the Kootenai County Road Department and four individual highway districts: Belmont, Bench, Dalton and Hayden Lake.
Worley Highway District- WORLEY HIGHWAY DISTRICT (WHD) is a public entity responsible for the maintenance and construction of secondary roads in the south west portion of Kootenai County, located in Northern Idaho.
Idaho Transportation Dept.- The Idaho Transportation Department is the state of Idaho governmental organization responsible for state transportation infrastructure. This includes ongoing operations and maintenance as well as planning for future needs of the state and its citizens.
Mica Kidd Island Fire District- Mica Kidd Island Fire Protection District was established in 1979. Mica Kidd Island Fire Protection District’s primary responsibility is to provide fire and emergency response to all members within our district.
Northern Lakes Fire District- Today, the District serves five communities with more than 60,000 residents. They are an all-hazards organization that provides structural and wildland fire protection, advanced life support emergency medical services, fire prevention, and public education services, to those they serve.
Spirit Lake Fire District- Today, the District is well recognized in the community and in both counties. It receives support from citizens and local businesses whenever needed, and the District thanks the community for their continued support regarding Fire and Emergency Medical Services, without community support, our efforts would go without notice. The DISTRICT provides Fire and Emergency Medical Services to approximately 7,350 people
Timberlake Fire District- The Timberlake Fire Protection District will reduce the loss of life, protect property, and minimize environmental damage by providing effective public education, fire, medical, rescue, and other essential services in a professional and efficient manner.
Worley Fire District- The Worley Fire Protection District, located in Worley, ID, provides fire protection and emergency response services to the Worley community. The Fire Department’s mission is to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to fires, the Worley Fire Protection District also responds to medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, rescue calls, and incidents involving hazardous materials.
Bayview Sewer & Water- The Bayview Water District, located in Bayview, ID, is an utility company that provides public services for Bayview residents. In Kootenai County, Utility Companies provide electricity, natural gas, water, and sewer services. Bayview residents can contact the Utility Company to learn about services, start or stop Utility services, or for billing and payment information.
Hayden Lake Irrigation District– The Hayden Lake Irrigation District, located in Hayden, ID, is an utility company that provides public services for Hayden residents. In Kootenai County, Utility Companies provide electricity, natural gas, water, and sewer services.
N. Kootenai Water & Sewer- The mission of the North Kootenai Water District is to provide affordable, reliable, and safe water resources to Their customers. They strive to achieve this through professional management, fiscal responsibility, customer satisfaction, governmental compliance and conservation. They do this in the public’s trust, while protecting the water quality of our greater community.
Panhandle ICP- The Institutional Controls Program (ICP) is a locally enforced set of rules and regulations designed to ensure the integrity of clean soil and other protective barriers placed over contaminants left throughout the Bunker Hill Superfund site.
Army Corp of Engineers- The United States Army Corps of Engineers is an engineer formation of the United States Army that has three primary mission areas: engineer regiment, military construction, and civil works.
Dept. of Environmental Quality- The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is a state department created by the Idaho Environmental Protection and Health Act to ensure clean air, water, and land in the state and protect Idaho citizens from the adverse health impacts of pollution.
Coeur d’Alene KROC Community Center– The 130,000-square-foot Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Center Coeur d’Alene has been designed to serve as a place of gathering and enrichment houses an array of education, sports, faith, arts and supportive programs.
Spokane Airport Nonstop Service– Nonstop service is offered from Spokane to 22 destinations
Coeur d’Alene Things to Do- Coeur d’Alene is a city in northwest Idaho. It’s known for water sports on Lake Coeur d’Alene, plus trails in the Canfield Mountain Natural Area and Coeur d’Alene National Forest.
Coeur d’Alene Downtown – Downtown CDA- This picturesque downtown is defined by blue skies, streets that lead to sparkling water and pine-forested mountains wrapping the skyline. Coeur d’Alene is known as the lakeside playground of the pacific northwest for five-star amenities in a stunning natural setting. Downtown Coeur d’Alene, founded in 1888, is an entertainment and shopping destination with more than 125 retail stores, restaurants and professional businesses.
Idaho Outfitters Registered with the State of Idaho- Their goal is to properly regulate the outfitting and guiding industry in Idaho for the purpose of safeguarding the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
Coeur d’Alene Art Scene- Every second Friday of the month throughout the year, join the community in this great tradition of strolling the streets of downtown Coeur d’Alene and enjoying locally and nationally acclaimed artists. For art lovers, the curious, and the socialites, ArtWalk educates, facilitates new connections, and fosters new relationships and opportunities.