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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 1937-2020. 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 2008-2020. Scroll down for the most recent Planning & Zoning Meetings. 

Local Events

For Sign-ups to participate in this years Trunk or Treat CLICK HERE!

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“Veterans Day” – We are excited to be hosting our annual Veterans Day Program this year on Wednesday, November 11th, at 7 pm. We are excited to be able to honor all who have served our country. Light refreshments will be served. This year, we would like to send personal invitations to our City’s Veterans for this and other City events. If you are a Veteran, please contact the City at 208-523-5600 or via email at Thank you Veterans!


Please click here to view the Order of Restriction from Eastern Idaho Public Health as of 08/06/2020. 

 “Constitution Week” – September 17th, 2020 marked the 233rd anniversary of the drafting of the Constitution of the United States of America. The City asks that our citizens reaffirm the ideals of the Framers of the Constitution by protecting the freedoms guaranteed to us by this document; remember that lost rights may never be regained. Constitution week was celebrated September 17th through the 23rd.
“Bingo Blackout Contest” – Iona Library will be holding bi-monthly Bingo Blackout contests starting October 1st. The first contest is for Iona JR patrons ages 12 and under. Starting Thursday, October 1st, participants can pick up a bingo sheet at the librarians desk. Complete it and hand it in by 6:00pm October 31st to be entered to win one of two backpacks!
The library’s hours will be changed due to Story Time being suspended. The hours will now be Monday through Saturday 1pm-6 pm.
“Animals Running at Large” – As a reminder, Iona City Code 5-3-12 states, “All animals found running at large are declared public nuisances and may immediately be impounded in the Animal Control Shelter without notice to the owner.” We strongly encourage all owners to keep their animals under control and on their premises. Thank you.

Important Information

The City of Iona’s Planning & Zoning Commission has scheduled the following Public Hearings on the evening of October 14th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at the Iona City Building, which is located at 3548 N. Main Street, Iona, ID. Subsequent Public Hearings will be held by the City Council for final approval on October 20th, 2020 at 7:15 p.m. The Public Hearings are as follows:

“Fence Permit Now Required” – In order to insure the safety and correct location of new fences, a permit will now be required to install a fence on a property line. This requires a $50 permit fee for the City to process the application and verify the correct placement of the fence.

Public Works 

“Tree Trimming in October” –– The Public Works Department will be trimming trees throughout the month of October. 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 get your “street trees” trimmed in the first two weeks of October. Any trees left after these two weeks will be trimmed by the city as per City Code § 8-4-13 Please contact the Public Works Department at 208-716-0836 to discuss any needs for assistance if you are unable to trim your own street trees. We cannot assist with private property work, only trees located in the public right-of-way. There will be a “branches-only” drop-off located in the compound on the northeast corner of Iona Square Park. If you are unable to haul your branches off on your own, the city will be able to do it for you. This will be available to the public only through the month of October. Thank you.

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“City Parks” – Our parks remain open, but it is up to the individual using the park to be aware of and follow safety guidelines. The surfaces are not being regularly disinfected by the city, so please be cautious and use at your own risk.




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: