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05/10/2020
To Better Serve our Residents please use 208.417.7175 to reach Utility Billing.
05/07/2020

To Better Serve our Residents please use 208.417.7175 to reach Utility Billing.

Chubbuck Fire Department
05/06/2020

Chubbuck Fire Department

Photos of the trailer fire yesterday evening on May 4th, 2020. Cause of the fire is to be determined.
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#chubbuckfiredepartment #chubbuckfirefighters #structurefire #trailerfire #fire #firefighter #firetruck #fireengine #smoke #cityofchubbuck @ Chubbuck, Idaho

The City Council Meeting is today at 6pm (Wed. May 6). ALL Public Meetings will be held electronically or by phone. We i...
05/06/2020

The City Council Meeting is today at 6pm (Wed. May 6). ALL Public Meetings will be held electronically or by phone. We invite you to participate in tonight’s Public Hearing by phone or an electronic device. http://cityofchubbuck.us/city-council/

Please use the following information to participate by phone or an electronic device for the following City Council Meeting Scheduled for May 6, 2020 at 6:00pm.

This meeting will be available to the public electronically or by phone.

To join the meeting on Zoom:
https://zoom.us/j/96636496723?pwd=cU1SdmVCVXRGSVJVNEkzRGxUQzlHUT09

Meeting ID: 966 3649 6723
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+1 346 248 7799 US

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The City Council Study Session is today at 4pm (Wed. May 6). ALL Public Meetings will be held electronically or by phone...
05/06/2020

The City Council Study Session is today at 4pm (Wed. May 6). ALL Public Meetings will be held electronically or by phone. We invite the public to participate by phone or an electronic device. http://cityofchubbuck.us/city-council/

Please use the following information to participate by phone or an electronic device for the following City Council Study Session scheduled for May 6, 2020 at 4:00pm.

This meeting will be available to the public electronically or by phone.

To join the meeting on Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82941463409?pwd=R21sMHUydHpWTkVXQ0RqTStlS2gwUT09

Meeting ID: 829-4146-3409
Password: 742177

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+1 669 900 6833 US
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05/05/2020
Idaho Rebound Grants #AmGrad

$300 million in cash grants will be made available to Idaho small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Eligible entities with one to 19 employees may apply starting at noon MDT on May 11. All eligibility criteria, information on how to apply along with instructions on how to gain a TAP account are available at https://rebound.idaho.gov/idaho-rebound-cash-grants-for-small-businesses/?fbclid=IwAR30BT3-8CP8W4aU-1hc9n12HIwp0ozhVdUCuPgZxfjdWGtArvcfHh9Yi-8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViyCZQUD2uQ&feature=youtu.be

Governor Brad Little designated $300 million dollars from the CARES Act funds to aid small businesses in Idaho with grants for up to $10,000.

The Census only comes around once every ten years and it only takes about ten minutes.  Complete your Census form today ...
05/05/2020

The Census only comes around once every ten years and it only takes about ten minutes. Complete your Census form today at 2020Census.gov.

City Offices are available through phone. Monday thru Friday from 8am-12 (Noon) & 1pm-5pm or by email info@cityofchubbuc...
05/04/2020

City Offices are available through phone.
Monday thru Friday from 8am-12 (Noon) & 1pm-5pm or by email [email protected]

Currently Lobby hours are by Appointment Only

Please Use the Following Numbers to set an Appointment.

Utility Billing 208.417.7175
Inspections/Permits 208.417.7176
Public Works 208.237.2430
City Hall/Mayor’s Office 208.237.2400
Police Station 208.237.7172
Fire Station 208.237.3212

To better serve our residents the City of Chubbuck has created the following number 208.417.7175 for Utility Billing and 208.417.7176 for the Building Department and Inspections/Permits.

Gov. Little plans to distribute $300 million in cash grants to small businesses as state enters Stage 1 of reopeningBois...
04/30/2020

Gov. Little plans to distribute $300 million in cash grants to small businesses as state enters Stage 1 of reopening

Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little announced plans today for more than 30,000 Idaho small businesses to receive Idaho Rebound cash grants, a $300 million investment in Idaho’s small business employers.

“No other state in the country is putting up a larger amount from the Coronavirus Relief Fund to help small businesses with cash support,” Governor Little said. “Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. My Economic Rebound Advisory Committee, which I created last week, recommended this step to ensure a path back to prosperity and restore the trajectory we had 70 days ago.”

News of the cash grants comes as Governor Little announced Idaho has met the criteria to enter Stage 1 of the reopening plan on May 1.

Cash grants of up to $10,000 will be available to small businesses. Businesses will be eligible if they have not already received an SBA-backed Payroll Protection loan or received less than $10,000 in such a loan.

The Governor’s Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee (CFAC) will finalize full program sideboards at its meeting Friday to ensure the money is carefully targeted to impacted small businesses. The criteria and process to apply will be made available at Rebound.Idaho.Gov on May 5 at 9 a.m. MDT. Applications will be accepted starting May 11.

The Idaho State Tax Commission will facilitate the applications. To apply, small businesses must create a Taxpayer Access Point (TAP) account through the Tax Commission if they do not already have one. Small businesses are encouraged to create a TAP account as soon as possible. Information on creating such an account is available here: https://rebound.idaho.gov/idaho-rebound-cash-grants-for-small-businesses/

“I understand the need for transparency around spending public money, and that is why all recipients of the Idaho Rebound cash grants will be displayed at Transparent.Idaho.Gov,” Governor Little said. “I sincerely appreciate the collaboration we have had with State Controller Brandon Woolf in making this information publicly available. He is truly a champion of transparency in government.”

Idaho enters Stage 1 of reopening

Governor Little also replaced the previous statewide stay-home order with his new “Stay Healthy Order” for Stage 1. The order follows the guidance of the President and CDC and was developed in close and constant consultation with the state epidemiologists. It will be available at Coronavirus.Idaho.Gov.

Stage 1 means 90-percent of businesses can open their doors on May 1. To ensure consumer and employee confidence, businesses must follow protocols to ensure physical distancing, sanitation, and other measures are followed in Stage 1.

In Stage 1:

• Places of worship, daycares, and organized youth activities and day camps can reopen as long as they follow protocols.

• The 14-day self-quarantine for people entering the state will continue, to prevent an influx of out-of-state visitors who could be carrying the virus into Idaho.

• Vulnerable Idahoans should continue to stay at home if they can.

• Employees are encouraged to continue teleworking, and employers should return employees to work in phases.

• Gatherings of any size, both public and private, should be avoided.

• Non-essential travel should be minimized or avoided.

• Dine-in at restaurants must remain closed, but pick-up and delivery options will still available. In the next two weeks, restaurant operators should develop plans to open for dine-in on May 16 during Stage 2. Protocols will be available at Rebound.Idaho.Gov before close of business today.

• Indoor gyms, recreation facilities, and close contact services such as massage, hair and nail salons remain closed but can make plans to reopen on May 16 in Stage 2 if they follow protocols.

• Visits to senior living facilities and congregate facilities such as jails and prisons are prohibited.

• Bars, nightclubs, and large venues must remain closed.

If Idaho meets criteria to progress to the next stage over the next two weeks, then Stage 2 will begin May 16. Details are at Rebound.Idaho.Gov.

“I want to reiterate that we can only progress through the stages if we demonstrate a downward decline in severe cases and meet other criteria,” Governor Little added. “It is imperative that individuals take personal responsibility by limiting their exposure to others and maintaining good hygiene.”

Meanwhile, Idaho is focused on expanding and targeting access to testing, improving contact tracing for all COVID-positive cases, and working to ensure healthcare system capacity. In addition, Idaho continues to hone plans and strategies for preparedness and long-term care facilities.

City Employees will be starting to turn on the available Fort Hall Irrigation pumps during the week of May 4, 2020. Resi...
04/30/2020

City Employees will be starting to turn on the available Fort Hall Irrigation pumps during the week of May 4, 2020. Residents are strongly encouraged to double check that their own shut off valve is in the off position prior to City Employees tuning on these pumps to prevent any issues.

Crush The Curve Idaho will begin Antibody testing in our area tomorrow.  Please sign up as soon as possible if you wish ...
04/29/2020
Crush the Curve | Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing in Idaho

Crush The Curve Idaho will begin Antibody testing in our area tomorrow. Please sign up as soon as possible if you wish to be tested as you need to have an appointment.

A mobile testing site will be set up at Idaho Central Credit Union’s headquarters and will be open to the public starting Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 4400 Central Way, Chubbuck, Idaho 83202 Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm

You can sign up for a time at www.CrushTheCurveIdaho.com/pocatello-testing

Stop the spread of COVID-19 and help save lives in Idaho.

The City of Chubbuck is pleased to present the 2020 Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required...
04/29/2020

The City of Chubbuck is pleased to present the 2020 Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This report is designed to provide details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies.

Click the Link for the 2020 Consumer Confidence Report.

Paper copies can be obtained from the City of Chubbuck Public Works Department located at 5160 Yellowstone, Chubbuck Idaho or by calling 208-237-2430.

https://cityofchubbuck.us/2020-water-quality-report/

Your responses help economic development efforts by providing companies with the information they need to decide where t...
04/29/2020

Your responses help economic development efforts by providing companies with the information they need to decide where to expand or relocate. Fill out your Census form today at 2020Census.gov.

04/24/2020
Mayor's Blog 04 24 2020

Update from the Parks Department. The Parks Department would like to remind and encourage residents to please use the mutt mitts located at City Parks to clean up after their pets. Also the Parks Department is always looking for ways to work with neighborhoods to improve the functionality and pride of our CommUNITY Parks, like a recent project at Mary’s Park.

04/23/2020
Chubbuck Fire Department
04/23/2020

Chubbuck Fire Department

Isolation has been tough on everyone, but just remember everything is going to be okay! Spread those Positive Vibes. We are going to get through this together! Daily reminder to wash your hands and practice social distancing on this beautiful day in Chubbuck.
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The City of Chubbuck has an open IT Tech I position.  This is a full-time non-exempt position eligible for overtime pay....
04/23/2020

The City of Chubbuck has an open IT Tech I position. This is a full-time non-exempt position eligible for overtime pay. The preferred pay range is $22.65 to $26.73 per hour. City benefits apply.

An IT Tech I performs a variety of complex technical duties related to the day-to-day installation and maintenance of City IT systems and operations; including but not limited to PC installation and maintenance, server maintenance, telephone/data communication systems management, network maintenance and problem solving.

Acceptable Experience and Training
Completion of two (2) years of technical college studies in computer science, computer programming, or related fields; or
Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience performing PC desk support and network maintenance duties.

Special Qualifications
Completion of the following certifications or equivalent at hire or within one year of hire:
• CompTIA IT Fundamentals
• CompTIA A+
• CompTIA Network+

To apply for this position, send a resume [email protected]

https://cityofchubbuck.us/employment/

The City of Chubbuck is grateful to have been able to participate in such a great CommUNITY event, by donating the sanit...
04/23/2020

The City of Chubbuck is grateful to have been able to participate in such a great CommUNITY event, by donating the sanitation carts. We live in such a great CommUNITY.

MOFI (Idaho- Montana Community Development Corporation is now accepting applications for SBA’s Paycheck Protection Progr...
04/22/2020
Apply for a Paycheck Protection Program loan with MoFi - MoFi

MOFI (Idaho- Montana Community Development Corporation is now accepting applications for SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program. This is an option for those businesses who lack a banking relationship with an SBA approved lender. Once a new round of funding is approved by the House on Thursday this money will move fast so if you need the funds for your business, we encourage you to jump on this opportunity ASAP. https://www.mofi.org/paycheck-protection-program-loan/

We anticipate additional PPP money becoming available this week. We encourage you to get your application started as soon as possible. Applicants are helped on a first-come, first-served basis. Note: to access a PPP loan with MoFi, your entity must be located in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Eastern Oreg...

The City of Chubbuck has an opening for a Sanitation Driver/Operator.   Employees in this role perform skilled collectio...
04/22/2020

The City of Chubbuck has an opening for a Sanitation Driver/Operator. Employees in this role perform skilled collection and disposal of refuse along prescribed commercial and/or residential routes by operating heavy-duty refuse trucks. Operation of trucks and other equipment is often done under precarious circumstances requiring the driver to maneuver through narrow and/or restricted roadways and back into confined areas. Significant manual labor is also required. Refuse is collected Monday through Friday, including most holidays and occasional Saturdays.

A high school diploma or GED equivalency is required. Must have an Idaho Class B CDL or higher. Experienced CDL drivers are preferred.

This is a non-exempt position eligible for overtime pay. City benefits apply. The entry level pay is $17.02 per hour.

To apply for this position, send a resume [email protected]

https://cityofchubbuck.us/employment/

Chubbuck Fire Department
04/21/2020

Chubbuck Fire Department

One of the local Girl Scout troops donated some Girl Scout Cookies to us today! 😋 I know all the guys at the station will be enjoying them. Thank you, from all of us at the Chubbuck Fire Department.
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The Chubbuck Development Authority (CDA) Meeting is today at 5:30pm (Tue. Apr. 21). ALL Public Meetings to be held elect...
04/21/2020

The Chubbuck Development Authority (CDA) Meeting is today at 5:30pm (Tue. Apr. 21). ALL Public Meetings to be held electronically or by phone. http://cityofchubbuck.us/development-authority/

Please use the following information to participate by phone or an electronic device for the following Chubbuck Development Authority Meeting Scheduled for April 21, 2020 at 5:30pm.

This meeting will be available to the public electronically or by phone.

To join the meeting on Zoom:
https://zoom.us/j/95067782346?pwd=NjY1OWRUdDNXbmx5WVczVnVMaDBFQT09

Meeting ID: 950 6778 2346
Password: 842751

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Don’t like knocks on your door? Fill out your Census form now and a Census worker won’t have to pay you a visit. Complet...
04/18/2020

Don’t like knocks on your door? Fill out your Census form now and a Census worker won’t have to pay you a visit. Complete your Census form at 2020Census.gov.

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5160 Yellowstone Ave
Chubbuck, ID
83202

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Monday 07:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 17:30
Thursday 07:30 - 17:30
Friday 07:30 - 17:00

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(208) 237-2400

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As many of you are out walking our DOGS, PLEASE remember it’s your duty to clean up there messes! The more we walk around the city and parks to take kids to get lunches all you see is Dog poop everywhere! We need to get citing citizens who keep leaving dog poop in the parks and sidewalks... Stuart Park is horrible can’t even take kids to fly kites because of all the poop. Something needs to happen!
Is there a reason the City has a problem with their website to make a payment?
Hey City of Chubbuck. Access to the forms.cityofchubbuck.us is returning a Service Unavailable 503 error. Seems to have been this way for several days now. Just thought you might want to know.
I received an email today promoting the $5 discount for those participating in "Direct Pay" on the Xpress Bill Pay site. When I login to my account on that site, I see that I am enrolled in what they term as "Auto Pay". Are these two terms "Direct Pay" and "Auto Pay" referring to the same thing? Do I already qualify for the discount? Thank you.
Just to put a bug in the city's ear: I think (and I know I'm not the only one) that recycling should be picked up weekly and the garbage picked up every other week.......
Happy 70th Birthday Chubbuck, IDAHO. ©Photography by Stefano Carini
Hey guys.. Just a quick question.. what happened to the cool hanging decor you guys used to put on Hiline and on Yellowstone. The ones there now are horrible. They look really bad. You can not even tell what the designs are at night and the lights on them are not even straight. They look like kids did them or something.. Can we please either get rid of them all together or go back to the old ones.. they may have been old but they looked way better than the horrible ones on the streets do now..
A taste of Chubbuck, ID in different flavors! https://www.carinistefano.com/chubbuck-idaho
I great BIG thank you to Officer Stephenson who saw me shoveling my driveway & stopped by and helped. I was deeply moved my his show of kindness!
Dear Mayor England and City Council: I wonder if getting a Giving Machine in our community is something you have considered. My intent is not to promote any ideology. Rather I have two objectives in bringing this up: 1. Engage the already wonderful and kind-hearted citizens of Chubbuck in participating in a growing movement. Developing kindness (which is already here), along with increasing awareness of worldwide needs which we don't necessarily suffer here will serve this community forever, and spread. Parents can physically approach a Giving Machine with their children and provide even just a small perspective-developing experience, especially if those children use their own money to provide for a person in need. 2. Provide for those in need. The needs are there, and will always be. But I believe that the people of Chubbuck would be happy to participate in helping meet those needs, whether our part be great or small. (a third selfish reason is: it would save me a drive to SLC; but we're going anyway, so it'd be fine ;) )
Can you put this on a sign at Knutson and Yellowstone please?
Here is a riddle hopefully someone can answer. What do you do when Chubbuck will not pick up your garbage because your neighbor runs over you red cone so that he can park right next to your gargabe can. I went out to pick up my garbage can and Chubbuck did not take my garbage and found my neighbors truck. I called then and no response. Chubbuck has terrible customer service!