Grandview Drive Widening

Idaho Falls, ID – The reconstruction and widening of Grandview Drive from Skyline Drive to Saturn Avenue is scheduled to begin on August 1 and will run through November of 2016.

The speed limit will be reduced to 25 MPH, and lane closures will be implemented around the work zone throughout construction.

This federally-funded project will provide roadway improvements including the reconstruction of the roadway, widening of Grandview Drive to five lanes, a 12ft wide shared use pathway on the south side of the roadway, and a sidewalk on the north side of the roadway between Skyline Drive and Saturn Avenue.

Phased construction activities will consist of a storm drain infiltration system, soil retaining walls, street utilities and paving on the north side of the road. Traffic will then be shifted to accommodate work on the south side of the road.

During all construction activities, watch for equipment and workers, follow all traffic signs and flaggers, and reduce speeds to posted limits.

For questions, call Public Works at (208) 612-8250.

Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

East Side River Walk Improvement Project Begins Monday

Photo: West side river walk project, completed spring of 2016

Idaho Falls, ID – The east side river walk, along Riverside Drive from “E” Street to Vissing Circle, will be closed to pedestrian traffic from August 1 to September 30 for pathway reconstruction. Pathway users are encouraged to find alternate routes during this time.

Traffic impacts along Riverside Drive include lane and shoulder closures along Riverside Drive and pedestrian and cyclist pathway detour during construction. Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to follow the pedestrian route shown on the detour map that can be found by clicking on the Construction Project link on the homepage of the city’s website.

The east side project is part of the Connecting our Community plan that includes widening of the River Walk path to better accommodate existing high volume users and different user types such as bicyclists, children and walkers.

Much like the west side improvements completed earlier this spring, the east side project will result in a continuous 12ft wide path rather than the existing narrow 6ft asphalt and concrete sections, as well as a 4ft buffer between the pathway and roadway.

The improvements also include a new pedestrian crossing by the LDS Temple with a rapid flashing beacon similar to the one located on Channing Way by Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. A pathway along the south side of Civitan Park and a second pedestrian crossing at the park will provide pedestrian access from Memorial Drive, the park, and surrounding neighborhoods to the River Walk.

“The improvements will not only increase safety by providing a landscaped buffer between the pathway and the roadway, but it will also help accommodate the growth at University Place and the facilities along University Boulevard,” states Public Works Director Chris Fredericksen.

The total cost of the project is $558,400.

In a 2013 Parks & Recreation survey, more than 1,500 residents in Idaho Falls, Ammon, Ucon and Iona listed the redesign and widening of the River Walk path as a number one priority. The improvements also fall in line with the Connecting Our Community area-wide plan to make improvements in the pedestrian and bicycle trails and paths throughout the greater Idaho Falls area.

We apologize for the inconvenience. For more information, please contact Thompson Paving at (208) 313-6649.

Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

Large Chip Sealing Project

Vehicles need to be moved off streets to prevent towing

Idaho Falls, ID – Beginning Friday, July 29, TMC Contractors, Inc. will be chip sealing the streets listed below.  All vehicles on the streets listed need to be moved off the streets or they will be towed at the owner’s expense.

The work will be done in sections and will start from the southeast corner of the city and finish in the northwest. The anticipated project completion time for all sections is 30 days.

TMC Contractors apologizes for the inconvenience and appreciates the community’s patience and cooperation.  For questions and project timelines, call TMC Contractors, Inc. (208) 529-9895.

  • E. Tollgate Place (the eastern edge of South Point Division 3 to Solstice Lane)
  • Madison Avenue (Merlin Drive to Potomac Way)
  • Potomac Way (E. Sunnyside Road to Madison Avenue)
  • Sunnybrook Lane (E. Sunnyside Road to S. Woodruff Avenue)
  • Delmar Circle & Drive to Laguna Drive
  • Laguna Drive (S. Woodruff Avenue to Delmar Drive)
  • Coronado Street (Channing Way to Sunnybrook Lane)
  • Glenwood Circle & Glenwood Drive (Balboa Drive to Balboa Drive)
  • Barbara Avenue (Coronado Street to E. 25th Street)
  • Hoopes Avenue (E. 25th Street to Niagra Street)
  • Henryanna Avenue (E. 25th Street to Niagra Street)
  • Monticello Drive (Channing Way to Balboa Drive)
  • Niagra Street (Channing Way to Monticello Drive)
  • Malibu Drive (Niagra Street to Belmont Avenue)
  • Parley Street (Balboa Drive to S. Woodruff Avenue)
  • Parley Street (S. Woodruff Avenue to Richards Avenue)
  • Richards Avenue (E. 25th Street to Parley Street)
  • Maricopa Street (St. Clair Road to Richards Avenue)
  • Oak Trail Drive (Parley Street to E. 25th Street)
  • Briarcliff Avenue (E. 25th Street to Parley Street)
  • Belmont Avenue (E. 25th Street to Monticello Drive)
  • Balboa Drive (E. 17th Street to E. 25th Street)
  • Homer Avenue (John Adams Parkway to 9th Street)
  • Teakwood Street (Homer Avenue to Laurelwood Avenue)
  • Laurelwood Avenue & cul-de-sacs
  • Parkwood Street & Parkwood Circle
  • Rosewood & Rosewood Circle
  • Montcliffe Drive (John Adams Parkway to Moran Street)
  • Moran Street (S. Woodruff Avenue to Moran Street cul-de-sac)
  • Alturas Street (E. 1st Street to Moran Street)
  • Alturas Circle E (Alturas Street east to cul-de-sac)
  • Alturas Circle W (Alturas Street west to cul-de-sac)
  • Douglas Avenue (Eastview Drive to Mesa Street)
  • Tyson Avenue (Eastview Drive to Mesa Street)
  • Renny Avenue (Eastview Drive to Mesa Street)
  • SE NW Bonneville Drive (Garfield Street to Johnson Street)
  • Irving Street (Northrup Avenue to NW Bonneville Drive)
  • Halsey Street (Northrup Avenue to NW Bonneville Drive)
  • Marshall Avenue (Garfield Street to Halsey Street)
  • Hemmert Avenue (N. Holmes Avenue, aka Lewisville Hwy east to railroad crossing)
  • N. Boulevard (E. Anderson Street to 300’ north of Technology Drive)
  • Fremont Avenue (Science Center Drive to 500’ south of University Boulevard)
  • Thomas Drive (W. Broadway south to end)
  • Linda Street east to Linda Circle
  • Pam Street east to Pam Circle
  • Vesta Street east to Vesta Circle
  • Donna Drive (Vesta Street south to end)

Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

Minor Street Overlays

Idaho Falls, ID – Beginning Monday, July 25 through July 29, DePatco, Inc. will be completing pavement overlays on the streets listed below.  Access will be for emergency and local traffic only.  Parking will be prohibited on these streets in order to minimize delays. Should vehicles remain on the streets at the time of construction, they will be towed.

  • 6th Street – S. Boulevard to Emerson Avenue
  • Fairway Boulevard – E. River Road to Gleneagles Drive
  • Cassia Avenue – Elva Street to end
  • Lee Avenue – 16th Street to Butte Arm Canal
  • Landbank Street – Lindsay Avenue to end
  • Briggs Street – Holmes Avenue to end
  • Delbert Drive – John Adams Parkway to St. Clair Road
  • Westergard Avenue– Gallup Street to 12th Street
  • 16th Street – Riviera Drive to Woodruff Avenue
  • Fanning Avenue – 7th Street to 8th Street
  • Alley between Broadway & “A” Street – Shoup Avenue to Yellowstone Avenue
  • Alley between “A” Street & “B” Street – Capital Avenue to Shoup Avenue

For questions, call DePatco Inc. at (208) 458-4000.

Please watch for equipment and workers, follow all traffic signs and flaggers, and reduce speeds to posted limits.

Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

Road Closure – S. Holmes Avenue from 5th to 9th Street

Idaho Falls, ID – Beginning Mon., July 25, S. Holmes Avenue from 5th Street to 9th Street will be closed to all through traffic as Intermountain Gas replaces the gas line to accommodate storm line installation by HK Contractors.

There will be no through traffic permitted during this time. The public should be prepared to take alternate routes. Local businesses will be accessible from the side streets during this time.

Barring unforeseen conditions, the road will reopen Mon., August 1.

Construction on S. Holmes Avenue began on June 13. The project includes replacement of water, storm and sewer systems. It also includes curb, gutter and utility crossing improvements; sidewalk repair at the utility crossings; base gravel and paving.

For questions call Public Works at (208) 612-8250.

Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry McCullough

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

Construction Notice – Intersection of Bellin Road & Grandview Drive

Idaho Falls, ID – HK Contractors will begin construction work on Monday, July 25 at Bellin Road & Grandview Drive. Approximately 325 feet of roadway at the curve where Bellin Road and Grandview Drive intersect will be closed to through traffic for one month. The public should be prepared to take alternate routes.

Traffic traveling north from Broadway Avenue on Bellin Road will be rerouted to Buckboard Lane and north to Grandview Drive.  Traffic traveling west on Grandview Drive will be rerouted on Buckboard Lane south to Broadway.

The construction activities will include roadway clearing and excavation; removal and replacement of a section of curb and gutter; followed by fill, base gravel placement, paving and seal coating. New LED signs will be installed as well.

Additional construction on Grandview Drive between Skyline Drive and Saturn Avenue will begin on August 1 and will continue through November.

During all construction activities, please watch for equipment and workers, follow all traffic signs and flaggers, and reduce speeds to posted limits.

For questions, call Public Works at (208) 612-8250. Additional information on City of Idaho Falls construction projects can be found on the homepage of the city’s website or by clicking HERE.

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

Tons of Wild Fun in July & August at the Idaho Falls Zoo

July 30 – Chillin’ at the Zoo, 12-4 p.m.   

Cool off at the zoo as you enjoy a variety of ice cream flavors from Reed’s Dairy. Sample the ice cream stations throughout the zoo for only $5 per person in addition to a regular zoo admission or with your TPZS membership card. A group rate of 5 individuals for $20 is available. Children three and under are free with a paying adult.  Tickets are available at the zoo gift shop and at www.tpzs.info/events.  The event is a fundraiser hosted by the Tautphaus Park Zoological Society and sponsored by Reed’s Dairy.  All proceeds benefit the zoo.

August 1 – Seniors’ Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with activities from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.   

Our annual Seniors’ Day honors all who are 62 and older by offering free admission for the day. From 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., enjoy up-close animal encounters and music courtesy of the Old Time Fiddlers. Lincoln Court, the event sponsor, will provide free hamburgers and hot dogs for seniors.

August 7- Enrichment Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Looking for a great opportunity to watch our animals “play?” Experience behavioral enrichment! Behavioral enrichment is the environmental enhancement of the lives of animals in a managed setting by providing them with physical and mental stimulation to increase natural and healthy behavior. In other words, it’s when we a little creativity, fun and stimulation to our animals’ lives! During our annual Enrichment Day, guests can observe the animals receiving special activities designed to encourage natural behaviors.

August 27 – Community Appreciation Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

In conjunction with Community Fest, and as a way to thank the community for supporting the zoo, admission on this day is only $2.50 per person for ages 4 and over. As always, children ages 3 and under are free.

Educational Opportunities throughout July and August

The fun never ends at the Idaho Falls Zoo Education Department. Your kids still have an opportunity to be amateur scientists or wizards and learn about poop, animal calls and MORE! The Education Department offers a wide variety of one-day and week-long programs for ages 2-13.  Space is limited so check out the classes NOW by clicking HERE or going to the Parks & Recreation Department link on the City of Idaho Falls website.

 Boo at the Zoo

It’s never too early to start thinking about Boo at the Zoo. The Tautphaus Park Zoological Society is looking for businesses and organizations that wish to participate in one of the zoo’s largest annual fundraising events held October 27-29 from 5-9 p.m. nightly.  If you are interested in participating, please contact Laurie at (208) 612-8421 or email tpzs@cableone.net.

Regular admission to the Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park is just $7.50 for adults (ages 13-61), $6 for seniors (62+), $4.50 for children (ages 4-12). Children 3 and under are free.  For more information visit the zoo online at www.idahofallszoo.org

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with zoo staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park:   With more than 350 individual animals representing over 120 species from all around the globe, the Idaho Falls Zoo has the largest collection of animals in the state of Idaho and is considered the “Best Little Zoo in the West.” Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the zoo participates in 44 national Species Survival Plans. Learn more on our website.

Test Results Indicate Safe Drinking Water after Power Outage

Idaho Falls, ID – Following Tuesday’s large-scale power outage, the City of Idaho Falls Water Division performed precautionary testing of the city’s water supply. The conclusive test results indicated safe and healthy potable water city-wide, and all systems have returned to normal operation.

“We would like to remind residents that should we experience another large-scale power outage, all nonessential water use should be turned off to help mitigate water pressure loss. This includes automated or hose-connected sprinkler and irrigation systems,” states Dave Richards, Water Superintendent for the City of Idaho Falls.

On July 19, 2016, the City of Idaho Falls experienced a city-wide power outage due to equipment failure at the Goshen Substation near Shelley, ID.  The outage began at approximately 4:45 p.m. and lasted until approximately 7 p.m. During the outage, the automated emergency generators at select city well sites engaged to allow for a continuous supply of water.

Without power, water pressure at various locations declined to 1.5 psi below established thresholds. Records indicate this decline lasted for approximately one minute after the outage began. The on-site generators then reached full capacity and transferred power to the pumps.  Following that initial minute, generators fully engaged and water pressure rebounded to acceptable levels for the remainder of the outage.  The water system remained pressurized throughout the power outage.

City water personnel responded immediately to the power outage to ensure generated well sites functioned accordingly. In consultation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and as a precautionary measure, fifteen water samples were taken at the area of the system that experienced the lowest pressures.  All initial samples indicated safe chlorine residuals remained within the system, meaning that water quality was maintained.

For questions or concerns, please call the city’s Water Division at (208) 612-8471.

Media Note: For additional information or to interview city employees, contact Kerry Hammon, Public Information Officer at (208) 821-6321 or khammon@idahofallsidaho.gov.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.

2016 War Bonnet Roundup – Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo

Idaho Falls, ID:  The 2016 War Bonnet Roundup is one that will go down in the history books as a year to remember – new management, new events and a kick-off party that will have crowds of all ages beaming with excitement. The events will span a four-day period, beginning on Wednesday, August 3 and ending the evening of Saturday, August 6.

“The War Bonnet Roundup is Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo.  Today, more than 450 cowboys and cowgirls compete each summer in front of more than 15,000 rodeo enthusiasts,” explains Greg A. Weitzel, City of Idaho Falls Parks & Recreation Director.

The City of Idaho Falls acquired the rodeo in 2015. “This year marks the first year the city has run this historic rodeo, and we are honored to welcome back the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Fort Hall. From the beginning, the tribes provided the most colorful component of the rodeo, making the War Bonnet Roundup an important part of eastern Idaho’s culture and tradition. We are very passionate about maintaining and building upon this legacy,” adds Weitzel.

The War Bonnet Roundup Kick-off Party on Wednesday, August 3, will mark the beginning of a series of four-day events. The kick-off is sponsored by the Idaho Falls Downtown Development Corporation and will be held from 5-7:30 p.m. in the heart of downtown at Capital Avenue & “B” Street.

Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo, the 105th annual War Bonnet Roundup will take place August 4th, 5th and 6th at the Bank of Idaho Arena at Sandy Downs. Gates open at 5 p.m. with youth rodeo events including mutton bustin’, calf and lamb scramble and mini-bull riding beginning nightly at 7 p.m.

The rodeo starts at 8 p.m. nightly with the War Bonnet Roundup Royalty flag presentation followed by wild horse racing – a historic rodeo event sanctioned by The Professional Wild Horse Racing Association and sponsored by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. During the event, teams of contestants attempt to catch a wild horse, saddle it and ride across the finish line. Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) sanctioned events follow and include bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie down roping, barrel racing and bull riding.  Rodeo clown J.W. Winklepleck and American’s Got Talent Finalist, Loop Rawlins will entertain crowds with antics and lasso tricks, and the rodeo will end each night with a free-style bull fight.

On Friday, August 5th at 10 p.m., “slack” will take place and is open to the public after the rodeo ends. Slack refers to a time during off or “slack” times that allows for numerous competitors to compete in timed events who are not part of the rodeo performance.

Admission to the main event is $20 at the gate or $18 in advance. Admission for children (ages 3-11) is $10, and children two (2) and under are FREE. Discounted tickets can be purchased online at www.warbonnetroundup.org or at Teton Toyota, KJ’S Super Stores, C-A-L Ranch Stores, Sportsman’s Warehouse or Boot Barn prior to the Roundup.

The 4th Annual War Bonnet Roundup Golf Tournament will be held on August 5th at Sand Creek Golf Course with tee off at 8 a.m. Team registration is $400 and includes green fees. Lunch is also included following the tournament. A cowboy or rodeo representative will be at the tee boxes to offer “professional” assistance.  Foursomes and tournament sponsors can register at www.warbonnetroundup.org, or call Tyson Bowen, Assistant Golf Professional at (208) 612-8535.

Idaho Falls Mayor Rebecca Casper states, “To our generous sponsors, willing volunteers, American Legion, the Rodeo Board and Committee members, and the talented city employees – congratulations on a job well done! Your vision, passion, leadership and commitment to this community and to the War Bonnet’s honorable rodeo heritage are sure to give us yet another successful venture.”

Media Note: For more information or to schedule an interview with city staff, contact Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon.

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About Idaho Falls Parks & Recreation: The mission of the City of Idaho Falls Parks & Recreation Department is to provide quality parks and recreation opportunities based upon cost efficiency and community needs. Learn more on our website.

Power Outage Low Water Pressure Notice

Idaho Falls, ID – On July 19, 2016, the City of Idaho Falls experienced a city-wide power outage due to equipment failure at the Goshen Substation near Shelley, ID.  The outage began at approximately 4:45 p.m. and lasted until approximately 7 p.m. During the outage, the automated emergency generators at select city well sites engaged to allow for a continuous supply of water.

Without power, water pressure at various locations declined to 1.5 psi below established thresholds. Records indicate this decline lasted for approximately one minute after the outage began. The on-site generators then reached full capacity and transferred power to the pumps.  Following that initial minute, generators fully engaged and water pressure rebounded to acceptable levels for the remainder of the outage.  The water system remained pressurized throughout the power outage.

City water personnel responded immediately to the power outage to ensure generated well sites functioned accordingly. In consultation with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and as a precautionary measure, fifteen water samples were taken at the area of the system that experienced the lowest pressures.  All samples indicated safe chlorine residuals remained within the system, meaning that water quality was maintained. Full test results for these samples will be available within the next 24 hours, and the public will be notified of those results at that time.

For questions or concerns, please call the city’s Water Division at (208) 612-8471.

Media Note: For additional information or to interview city employees, contact Kerry Hammon, Public Information Officer at (208) 821-6321 or khammon@idahofallsidaho.gov.

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About Idaho Falls:  Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous national park – Yellowstone. As the regional center for healthcare, science & technology, shopping and entertainment, Idaho Falls is an attractive location for small and large businesses alike. Idaho Falls consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications.  Learn more on our website.