Dates for the open and close of the boat launch at Q’emiln Park vary each year. Avista sets those dates depending on water levels, the weather and the effect on the dam and public safety. The ramp is typically closed each year in mid-November due to weather conditions and dropping water levels. The boat launch must remain closed for safety reasons whenever water is spilled through gates at the Post Falls Dam,which can be the case for much of the fall through spring. Generally, the ramp re-opens in the late spring or early summer, depending on the amount of inﬂows into Lake Coeur d’Alene.
If a Holiday falls on a weekday, the regularly scheduled collection for that day will be delayed by one day. Following the Holiday, each subsequent day of the same week will also be pushed back one day.
If the Holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the collection schedule would not be affected. All routes would remain as usual.
No garbage pick up on the following Holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
Post Falls City Council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 408 N. Spokane St. on the 3rd Tuesday of each month there is a 5pm Council Workshop.
Planning and Zoning Commission meets every 2nd Tuesday of each month in the City Hall Council Chambers at 6 pm.
Parks and Recreation Commission meets every other month (January, March, May, July, September and November) on the 4th Tuesday at 6pm in the City Hall Council Chambers.
Yes, City meetings are broadcast live on Post Falls City Cable on cable channel 1300 (formerly 97.103) as well as the City’s YouTube Channel.
Yes. At every City Council and commission meeting there is a public/citizen comment section where any citizen can speak.
This section of the agenda is reserved for citizens wishing to address the Council regarding a City-related issues that are not on the agenda. In order to ensure adequate public notice, Idaho Law provides that any item requiring Council action must be placed on the agenda of an upcoming Council meeting, except for emergency circumstances. Comments related to future public hearings should be held for that public hearing. Repeated comments regarding the same or similar topics previously addressed are out of order and will not be allowed. Persons wishing to speak will have 5 minutes. Comments regarding performance by city employees are inappropriate at this time and should be directed to the Mayor, either by subsequent appointment or after tonight’s meeting, if time permitting.
Agendas for City Meetings, such as CityCouncil, Planning & Zoning Commission and Parks & Recreation Commission are available on the Agendas page. Hard copies are also available at the City Clerk’s Office located at the 2nd Floor of City Hall.
Both the short agenda and the full agenda are available. The full agenda contains each agenda item’s supporting paperwork within the file, so supporting documents and maps can be viewed. Past agenda packets from the two years are also available.