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.

Any person needing special accommodations to participate in a Planning & Zoning meeting should contact the Planning and Building Office seven (7) days prior to the public hearing or meeting.

Board Of County Commissioners
Special Meeting
Tuesday, OCt. 17, 10 a.m.
COunty Courthouse

10:00 Meet with ITD

Order establishing Ground Water District Vote

Order establishing Nov. 7, 2017, as the date for ground water users within certain areas of Fremont, Jefferson, Madison and Teton counties to vote for the organization of the Henry's Fork Ground Water District.

Order
Map 1
Map 2

Snowmobile Advisory Committee
Monday, Oct. 30, 7 p.m.
Island Park EMS Building

1. Welcome and Introductions
- Determination of Quorum
- Additions to the Agenda
2. Review/Approval of Minutes
3. Review Financial Reports
4. New Business
5. Ongoing Business
- Mt. Jefferson Winter Patrol – update, Dale Olson and Gordon Ash
- Mt. Jefferson fund raising sticker – Tamra C
6. USFS Update – Jarrod Hansen, USFS
7. Update on Grooming/Staff/Equipment – Terry Martindale
8. Updates/Reports – Fremont County Sheriff’s Dept.
- Fugowee Snowmobile Club
9. Other Business
- Tamra C. - Mesa Falls Winter Warming Hut Schedule
- Pending Legislation - Non motorized winter trail stickers
- Update on grant work
10. Set Next Meeting/Adjourn

Notice Requesting Public Comment
Monday, Oct. 30, 9 a.m.

Michael & Kasey Furniss, of 637 W 1st N, St. Anthony, ID, 83445, propose to develop a 6 lot subdivision on 26.530 acres. The property is located in Section 2 of Township 7N Range 41E and is currently used for residential and agricultural purposes. The property is located at approximately 568 N 2800 E, and is accessed off of N 2800 E.

Before approving this proposal, the Fremont County Planning and Building Administrator will review public comment (this is not a public hearing, review of comments only) on this proposal at or about 9:00 AM, Monday, October 30, 2017, at the Fremont County Planning and Building offices in St. Anthony, Idaho, located at 125 N. Bridge Street.

A full copy of the application is available for public review at the Fremont County Planning and Building office, located at 125 North Bridge Street, St. Anthony, Idaho, and open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. As required by law, property owners with 1,000 feet of the subject property are notified of this proposal and invited to comment. Public comment is encouraged.

Comments must address the merits of the proposal as measured by its compliance or lack of compliance with the Fremont County Development Code 2011 Edition, available at the Fremont County Planning and Building office or online in the Planning and Building Department section of www.co.fremont.id.us .

Written comments will be accepted and considered if received in the Fremont County Planning and Building Office, 125 North Bridge Street, St. Anthony, ID 83445, no later than 5:00 PM, Friday, October 27, 2017. Comments may also be submitted by email to P&B@co.fremont.id.us.

Public Hearing Road Validation/Vacation
Monday, Nov. 20th 10:10 a.m.
Fremont County Courthouse

Pursuant to Idaho Code 40-203 and 203A, the Fremont County Board of Commissioners will hold a combined validation/vacation hearing for the following road:
1. That portion of Fisherman’s Drive lying east of the new Stone Bridge, on the north side of the Henry’s Fork River. Near the confluence of the Henrys Fork River and Warm River.

The purpose of these hearings is to:
a. Receive and consider evidence and testimony to aid in determining whether this road is a public roads (in the event that this is uncertain or contested).
b. 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 10:10 AM on Monday, November 20th, 2017, in the Fremont County Commission Chambers, located in the County Courthouse at 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, Idaho. All are invited and encouraged to attend.

Maps of the road concerned, along with other information associated with this matter, 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 www.co.fremont.id.us. 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.

Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the Fremont County Clerk’s Office seven (7) days prior to the public hearing meeting.

Map of Proposed Road

Notice Requesting Public Comment
Friday, Jan. 5, 5 p.m.

Written Comments Requested

Fremont County Parks and Recreation Dept. is making application to the Idaho Dept. of Parks and Recreation for two projects aimed at the improvement of recreational opportunities.
Funding for the proposed projects may be made available through user fees administered by IDPR.
As part of the application process, public comment is encouraged. Written comments will be accepted until January 5, 2018 via e-mail at: tcikaitoga@co.fremont.id.us. Or, mailed to Fremont County Parks and Recreation 125 N. Bridge Street, St. Anthony, 83445.

1. The purchase and installation of new plastic boat docks at Crow’s Landing, near Pond’s Lodge, on Island Park Reservoir. Proposed docks will provide additional motorized and non motorized access.

2. The installation of a concrete pad at the entry of the 5-bay groomer shop in Island Park. The proposed project is expected to reduce the wear on trail grooming equipment used to produce winter trails.