Click here to view May 16 Taxing District Election Results.
1/1/2017 - Kootenai County Annual Boat Launch Pass
Please click here for your 2017 Annual Boat Launch Pass.
Your pass may be purchased on-line and the County Parks and Waterways Department will mail it to you.
Click here to view sites where Boat Launch Passes are required. Annual launch passes for your vehicle may be purchased for $25 for boats registered in Idaho, an... [Read More]
3/24/2016 - Poll Workers Needed!
Poll Workers needed! For more information please click here.
3/29/2017 - KOOTENAI COUNTY TRANSIT SYSTEM TITLE VI SERVICE AND FARE EQUITY ANALYSIS
The Kootenai County Transit System Title VI Service and Fare Equity Analysis project is a comparative analysis of existing transit service, potential alternatives and future service needs to identify opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of service provision to minorities, veterans, seniors, low-income and disabled populations, as well as the general population within the service area that is located in the Kootenai County urbanized area (CDA UZA).
Please click here for th... [Read More]
3/14/2017 - March 14, 2017 School District Election
Please see the Election Home page for election results.
5/4/2016 - 2016 Solid Waste Analysis Available
Download your copy of the 2016 Solid Waste Analysis Report here.
The annual report is an important historical record and planning tool. Utilizing historical data, the Solid Waste Department can address current obligations while looking to the demands of the future.
All detailed reporting information can be viewed at the Idaho DEQ Office in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho or at the administration office of the Kootenai Coun... [Read More]
3/24/2016 - Land Use and Development Code Available
Please click here for a copy of the Kootenai County Land Use and Development Code.
Please email Community Development Director David Callahan at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
7/11/2014 - Public Awareness Program Aimed at Aquifer Protection
While most of us probably never consider it, liquids that flow into drywells and catch basins eventually end up in our drinking water-either directly or indirectly.
To raise awareness of this fact, the cities of Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls, in cooperation with Kootenai County, have invested $2,000 on stormwater disks that remind the public not to dump impure liquids.
The disks will soon be mounted on curbs and pavement next to drywells and catch basins in an effort to protect the Rathdrum Aquifer, which is the sole source of ... [Read More]
1/2/2014 - Coeur d'Alene Airport 2012 Master Plan
The Coeur d'Alene Airport 2012 Master Plan is available here. This Plan provides information on historic and current airport activities, evaluates projected future airport activities, and identifies a plan to direct and accommodate airport improvement and development - all in an effort to expand Coeur d'Alene Airport's service to its users and its community.