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If you left an item at the airport,
Contact the Weinhoff Drug Testing Center.
1230 N Skyline Drive
Currently we have 4 Airlines servicing Idaho Falls Regional Airport. Delta Airlines, United Express and Allegiant Air.
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport is open 7 days a week from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
is contemplating a wind project with other public power entities through the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems organization. A site east of Idaho Falls is under investigation for the potential wind project. That project could advance to construction as early as the end of 2010.
It takes approximately 1-1 1/2 hours to tour the zoo.
There are daily penguin feedings at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The rest of the animals are generally fed before the zoo opens and at closing time.
Pets are welcome in Tautphaus Park, but not inside the zoo grounds. Service animals are allowed.
The City of Idaho Falls has a smoke-free ordinance that prohibits smoking in certain outdoor areas, including zoos. Those wishing to smoke must do so outside the zoo, at least 10 feed from any entry.
The Idaho Falls Zoo makes every effort to ensure that all of the physical and psychological needs of each animal are met and/or surpassed. As an AZA accredited institution, the Idaho Falls Zoo must meet the official approval by a group of zoo experts. These experts, called the AZA Accreditation Commission, carefully examine each zoo that applies for AZA membership, including living environments, social groupings, heath and nutrition. The AZA also make sure that animals are provided with enrichment, which stimulates each animal's natural behavior and provides variety in their daily routine. The Idaho Falls Zoo prides itself on continuing to maintain these high standards.
No alcohol is allowed in the zoo. Alcohol is only allowed in the zoo during select special events when permits, insurance and alcohol licenses have been obtained and approved.
Yes. The concession stand, Kookaburra Kafe, is located next to the picnic area and the bathrooms.
Yes. The gift shop offers an array of zoo-themed gifts, t-shirts and toys. Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted at the gift shop. Photo identification is required for all checks.
Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Photo identification is required for all checks.
The Children's Zoo Gazebo can be reserved for children's birthday parties. For more information on birthday parties at the zoo, click here. Select Facility Rentals then Idaho Falls Zoo Birthday Parties.
All other shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The shelters outside of the zoo in Tautphaus Park may be rented. For more information on renting those shelters, click here. Select Facility Rentals then Park Shelters.
Restrooms are located between the Australia Exhibit and the Kookaburra Kafe.
Yes, your admission is good during zoo hours for one calendar date at the zoo. Be sure to keep your receipt so if you leave, you can present it upon return during zoo hours for same day re-entrance.
The zoo is unable to provide rain checks.
For the safety of others, please leave these and similar items outside the zoo.
Thank you for your interest in the zoo! Please check out this video for more information about zoo careers.
For current job opportunities, please visit the City of Idaho Falls Employment Center.
The project duration from start to finish is nine months with an anticipated completion date by September 2016.
Yes, this is a community-input driven process and the outcome and future recommendations will be driven by the needs and vision articulated by the community members.
Through the Participate section on the website – www.ifparkplans.com you can provide open ended suggestions, respond to the online survey, know the dates for open public meetings and even share feedback through social media on Facebook and Twitter.
The Idaho Falls Department of Parks and Recreation has hired:
Project information including key meeting dates, completed technical reports, and final documents will be made available to the community through the project website – www.ifparkplans.com
No, Miranda only applies if the officer takes you in to custody and you are interrogated (asked specific questions about the crime). A Police Officer can ask general questions such as your name, address, where are you going etc. In some cases, an Officer may not ever read you the Miranda Warning (arresting you on a warrant).
No. In Idaho, seat belt violations are classified as secondary offenses. An Officer must have a primary offense such as speeding to pull you over. We would ask that you comply with Idaho State Statutes and always wear your seat belts.As a driver of a vehicle, you will also be responsible for the passengers of that vehicle who are not wearing their seat belts. View the state statute on seatbelts.
You can place the autoload cart curbside, or as close to the curb as possible. Placement shall be at least three feet from any obstruction, including mailboxes, trees, shrubs, building overhangs, and utility poles. Additionally, the autoload cart shall be placed in a location where there is unobstructed overhead clearance of at least fourteen feet and not blocked by parked vehicles.
If you are physically unable to bring the autoload cart from your home to the curb you can request a note from your Dr. stating that you cannot perform this task. Once the note is given to the Sanitation Division we will service the cart from outside your residence and return it after dumping. You can contact the Sanitation Division at 612.8491 to arrange delivery of Dr.’s note.
We do offer a smaller container if it is more convenient for your needs.
You can receive an additional cart for a fee of $9.45 a cart per month. Please contact the Sanitation Division at 612.8491 to arrange for delivery options.
You can place all solid household waste and yard waste into the container. Do not put hot ashes, coals, or any other burning materials in the cart, as well as rocks, dirt or hazardous waste into the container.
If you have a large item that will not fit into the autoload cart please contact the Sanitation Division at 612.8491 to schedule a special pick-up.
We will not pick up any waste outside of the autoload cart. For large bulk items please contact the Sanitation Division for a special pick-up.
To help decrease the amount of waste that you are placing in the autoload cart you can utilize any of the 13 recycle bins located around the city.