Looking for Agendas, Minutes, City Code? Check out our new electronic document system!
We are excited to introduce to you the City’s Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) which is designed to store a wide range of electronic documents and file types. It offers the ability to save documents in a location that is secure, searchable, easy to use, and can manage the lifecycle of a document automatically (retention). It helps saves the employee(s) time in finding and accessing needed documents, easy to distribute documents throughout an organization and to the public if needed, reduces paper records filing costs, we are able to easily back-up documents in case of disaster (flood, fire, theft, etc.), and saves on the wear and tear of paper records.
- To access City Council Meeting information, click on the orange button above, then click on the ‘City Council’ link on the following page. This link will give you access to all City Council Meetings, broken down by Fiscal Year, from 1937-2019. Scroll down for the most recent City Council Meetings.
- To access City Code information, click on the orange button above, then click on the ‘City Code’ link. This link will give you access to the entire Iona City Code, when you click on the ‘City Code’ link. The City Code is then broken down by Titles, for easier reference.
- To access Ordinances & Resolutions, click on the orange button above, then click on the ‘Ordinances & Resolutions’ link.
- To access Planning & Zoning Meeting information, click on the orange button above, then click on the ‘Boards & Commissions’ link. On the following page, click on ‘Planning and Zoning Commission’. This will give you access to all Planning & Zoning Meeting, broken down from Fiscal Year 2008-2019. Scroll down for the most recent Planning & Zoning Meetings.
“Trunk or Treat” – Mark your calendars for the 10th Annual City of Iona Trunk or Treat. It will be held on Thursday, October 31st at 5:30 p.m. at the Iona City Building. Doughnuts and hot chocolate will be provided by the City. Prizes will also be given for the best decorated vehicles and costumes. Come join the fun!
“2019 Fall Art Show & Sale” – The Bonneville Art Association will be hosting their 2019 Fall Art Show & Sale on October 12th and 13th from 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Rockwood Avenue in Iona. The Featured Artist will be Rehle Higham with free admission and light refreshments served.
“Red Cross Blood Drive” – The American Red Cross will be holding their semi-annual Blood Drive on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Blood Drive will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints located at 4707 E. Iona Road.
“City Office Closed” – The City Office will be closed Monday, October 14th in observance of Columbus Day. We will re-open on Tuesday, October 15th at 9:00 a.m.
“Youth Basketball” – City of Iona Sports will be holding team basketball registrations on Tuesday, November 12th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday, November 13th from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Iona City Building. Unfortunately, we cannot accept individual registrations. Now is the time to start organizing your team! Coaches Packets are available by Clicking Here!
“Veterans Day” – The City of Iona will host a special event celebrating Veterans Day and honoring our nation’s Veterans of the Armed Forces. More information, including date, time and location, will be published in our November newsletter.
“2020 Census” – The U.S. Census Bureau will be conducting the 2020 Census beginning in March 2020. The data collected from the Census is used to update population records, which determines federal spending budgets for each state and community around the country. In 2016, Idaho received $3,646,592,592 through 55 federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census. This is a large sum of money; however, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that 35% of Idahoans were not counted due to non-response to the Census. Idaho missed out on millions of dollars in federal programs after the 2010 Census. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to participate and help our City and state of Idaho.
The U.S. Census Bureau is also hiring temporary employees for the 2020 Census. They offer flexible schedules, mileage reimbursement and a $13.50 hourly wage. More information can be found on their website at: 2020census.gov/jobs
“Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office” – At the City Council Meeting held July 16, 2019, the City Council voted to enter into a full-time contract with Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office for police coverage within the City of Iona. The City Council approved this contract based on fiscal benefits and increased police coverage for the City of Iona. BCSO began full-time policing on Monday, August 12th, 2019. Please continue calling Dispatch at 208-529-1200 for all police matters.
“Stop Signs” – The City of Iona is in the process of changing all the “YIELD” signs within the City limits to “STOP” signs. Please be aware of this change and come to a complete stop at these intersections. This transition will be complete by the first week of October.
“Trees Overhanging Public Property” – The Iona City Code 8-4-11 states, “All owners, or persons in control of private real property upon which a street tree or shrub is growing, shall remove or trim, at his or her expense, all limbs or foliage which overhang or project into any public street, sidewalk, alley or easement and which interfere with public travel or use of such public way or easement or which do not satisfy the clear view and corner clearance requirements of the City Zoning Ordinance. Street trees and shrubs shall be trimmed from the ground level to at least twelve feet (12′) above any public street, public easement or alley, and to at least eight feet (8′) above the curb and sidewalk.” The City will be trimming trees and shrubs in October throughout the City to avoid safety concerns and future accidents. If you have a tree that is impeding a public street, sidewalk, alley, or easement, please take care of this as soon as possible, to avoid action and a bill from the City. Thank you.
Are you interested in knowing the breakdown of the water improvement project? Please view and/or download the Scope of Work which specifically outlines exactly what items are included in the project and the individual cost associated with each. (*It’s important to note the scope of work was based on a worst case scenario meaning some of the costs outlined could be lower when the project is put out to bid and the overall cost of the project could be lower depending on potential grant money that could become available to help fund these improvements). Are you interested in viewing a map of the water improvement project? Please view and/or download a copy of the Map. Have further questions? Please contact a city elected official at the email addresses listed below: