Meetings and Other Events

Meetings are open to the public except for executive sessions. However, if you are not on the agenda you will not be recognized to speak.
If you would like to speak during the meeting please contact the County Clerk's office to be placed on the agenda for County Commission meetings,
or the Planning Department for Planning & Zoning meetings.

Please contact the Clerk's Office prior to any county meeting if special assistance is needed for people planning to attend.

Board of County Commissioners
Dec. 5, 9:00 a.M.
county courthouse

9:00 Elected Officials
10:00 Break
10:10 Karey Hanks RE: Communicate about any needs before she goes to Legislature
10:30 Brad Hill RE: Snow Removal
10:50 Pam Herdrich RE: Island Park Sustainable Fire Community
11:10 Lisa Turner & Brock Bischoff RE: Security Video Resolution
11:50 Noon
1:00 Social Services – Debbie Adams RE: Executive Session IC 74-206(1)(d) – Closed Session
1:20 Hardship Exemption Case# 2017-2
1:40 Planning and Building Administrator Tom Cluff RE: Department Report, Colvin @ Buffalo River Estates, Thompson’s Retreat, Island Park Subdivision – 2nd Amendment
2:00 “ “ “ “
2:20 Public Works Director Brandon Harris RE: Department Report
2:40 EMS Director Bob Foster RE: Department Report
3:00 Bills submitted for payment

Need to discuss
• Insurance
• Review & Sign Contracts
• Applications – Beer & Liquor and Jr. College
• Minutes from previous meetings
• Historical Society Donation
• CASA Program request for funding
• 2016 PREA Agreement with EIRMC (5C)
• WESTLAW Contract

Pesticide Applicator Seminar
Dec. 9, 8 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Fremont County Extension Office

Topics include personal protective equipment, pesticide stewardship, water quality and how it impacts pesticide performance and ISDA and EPA updates on pesticide issues. Four pesticide recertification credits available.
Presenters are: Sherman Takatori—Idaho State Department of Agriculture, Ronda Hirnyck –University of Idaho Pesticide Specialist.
For more information about this free seminar, contact Extension Agent Lance Ellis at 208-624-3102, or

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4-H Know Your Government Conference
Feb. 18-19-20

Conference provides 4-H members an opportunity to become knowledgeable about the decision-making process in their communities and state. This strengthens the connection between youth and our political and social networks through education, experience, application and inspiration. Participants in the Legislative Workshop learn about the state government decision-making process by participating in mock committee meetings with guidance from legislators at the Capitol then participating in a mock legislative session.
• Participants in the Judicial Workshop learn about the Idaho court system, how laws affect teenagers and participate in mock trials held at the Ada County Courthouse. They take tours of the Supreme Court building and visit with judges and attorneys.
• Learn how the state government decision-making process works.
• Learn how teens can participate politically to influence state government.
• Action to improve communities requires knowledge of government and how it works. Join 4-H’ers from across the state to see our government in action.

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Public Hearing
Road Validation/Vacation
Jan. 11, 5 P.M.
Annex Building

Pursuant to Idaho Code 40-203 and 203A, the Fremont County Board of Commissioners will hold a combined validation/vacation hearing for the following roads: That portion of the Old Yellowstone Mail Road lying north of 1425 North. Approximately 3 ½ miles West of the City of Ashton.

The purpose of these hearings is to:
Receive and consider evidence and testimony to aid in determining whether these roads are public roads (for those roads where this is uncertain or contested).

  • For those roads that are (or are determined to be) public – to receive evidence and testimony as to whether or not they should remain public, in whole or in part. 

The Board will hear these matters at a public hearing at or about 5:00 PM, Wednesday, January 11th, 2017, at the Fremont County Annex Building in St. Anthony, Idaho, located at 101 N. Bridge Street (the meeting room is accessed by a dedicated exterior door adjacent to the Fremont County Planning and Building Department’s main entry). All are invited and encouraged to attend.

Maps of the roads concerned are available for public review at the Fremont County Courthouse, Clerk’s Office, located at 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, Idaho, and open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, and online at  Public comment is encouraged. Written comments will be accepted and considered if received in the Fremont County Clerk’s Office, 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, ID 83445, no later than eight (8) calendar days prior to the meeting.