City News & Announcements:
- Residential Fall Clean-Up will be on October 28th. Pick up will be one day City-wide. Items must be placed at the street by 6:30AM. All items are to be bagged, bundled or in garbage cart. Items must not exceed 4 ft. in length and 4 ft. in width. Furniture, tires, concrete, brick or hazardous material will NOT be picked up. Appliances will be picked up by appointment only, excluding refrigerators & air conditioners.
- The Water Division will be chlorinating the City water system starting at the beginning of November for 30 (thirty) continuous days as part of the fall routine maintenance.
- 2017/18 Snow Berm Reduction Program letter and application forms are available from Sept. 1st. to Nov. 1st. The City of Post Falls Snow Berm Reduction Program, to reduce the snow berm that is left in front of driveways by snow plows during plowing operations. Households may be eligible if a member of your family is unable to remove the snow berm due to a qualifying disability, injury or illness. See Snow Berm Reduction Program for details and to how to apply.
- Meet the Candidates Forum was recorded Wednesday, October 4th. If you were unable to attend, the forum is posted on the City’s YouTube channel. This forum was an introduction of the candidates running for Post Falls City Council in the upcoming election. Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, November 7th!
- City Finance Director Jason Faulkner has received certification as a State of Idaho Certified Municipal Treasurer/Finance Officer. The CMT is professional certification awarded by the Idaho City Clerks, Treasurers, and Finance Officers Association (ICCTFOA) to Idaho public treasurers who meet standards of education, experience and a stated commitment to a code of ethics. Faulkner, who holds State of Washington certification, recently completed the required training to become certified with the State of Idaho. – Sept. 27, 2017
- Post Falls PD Has New Asst. Chief – Post Falls Police Captain Pat Knight has been promoted to Assistant Chief of Police. Following Police Chief Scot Haug’s announced plans to retire in the spring of 2018, the City created an Assistant Chief of Police position. As Assistant Chief, Knight will work closely with Chief Haug in the ensuing months to become better acquainted with the roles and responsibilities of the Chief position. Following a successful interim period, Knight is expected to be recommended for appointment by the City Council to Chief of Police, ensuring a smooth transition for the Police Department and the City’s desire to promote from within whenever possible. Press Release
- Sept. 7, 2017/ CDA Press – POST FALLS — Post Falls has taken a 128-acre step toward securing enough land for its future land application needs. The site will be used to apply treated wastewater necessary to meet the mandate of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the Spokane River, as well as for future parkland with climbing and other recreation opportunities. See Article
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September 26, 2017 The Pointe Comprehensive Plan & Zone Change
September 11, 2017 Gladys Schneidmiller Celebration of Life Fountain
August 29, 2017 Post Falls PD has New Asst. Chief
August 14, 2017 Transportation Master Plan Open House
August 9, 2017 No Lifeguard on Duty at Q’emiln Park
August 2, 2017 Post Falls Chief of Police Announces Retirement
July 20, 2017 Comp Plan Open House & Workshop
July 11, 2017 City Begins Chip Sealing on Monday
June 30, 2017 City Offices Closed for Independence Day
May 25, 2017 City Offices Closed for Memorial Day
May 18,2017 Orgill Project receives CiCi Award
April 25, 2017 City-Wide Spring Clean Up in Post Falls
April 4, 2017 Annual Tree Giveaway
February 16, 2017 City Offices Closed for Presidents’ Day
January 13, 2017 City Offices Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January 14, 2017 Christmas Tree Pickup