Hello Sandpoint! There are currently three full-time job openings in various departments at the City, as well as several part-time positions available in Parks & Recreation. See below for details:
Equipment Mechanic – starting pay: $19.08/hour...
Planning Assistant – starting pay: $16.67/hour
Water Treatment Operator – starting pay: $16.67/hour
Part Time – Recreation
Lifeguard – $7.25 - $11.00/hour (based on previous experience and training)
Little Dribblers Coordinator - $15.00/hour
Youth Basketball Coordinator - $15.00/hour (position is filled; however, still accepting applications in the event a back-up is needed)
Youth Basketball Referee - $10.00/hour
Class Instructors – pay varies
To view current opportunities, or to apply, please click the link below.
We need your input on the U of I property on Boyer Ave!
If you haven't had the chance to weigh in with your vision for the future of the U of I property, now is the time!
First, you can learn more about the process and take a survey on this topic by going to www.sandpointidaho.gov/uofi....
Second, there are 3 workshops coming up where you can learn more and weigh in:
Monday, Feb. 5th from 12-6 pm and Tuesday, Feb. 6th from 10 am-4:30 pm. Both of these workshops will be held at the Downtown Studio (the former Truby's Health Mart at 113 Main St.) There will be a presentation on Monday at 6:30 pm.
If you can't make it to the Downtown Studio, there will be another workshop held at City Hall in Council Chambers (1123 Lake St.) on Tuesday, Feb. 6th at 5:30 pm.
I hope you can make it!
It's been a great two days in Boise! Yesterday, I attended the 2018 Water Summit for the Association of Idaho Cities where I was elected to a 2-year term serving the Municipal Water Users Group Oversight Board. What an honor!
Today I attended City Officials' Day at the Capitol and enjoyed updates on important topics from our Legislators; from campaign finance reform to court funding. It's been an energizing and inspiring experience all around.
Lots of snow out there - stay safe!
City crews spent the day out in snowplows and graders as today's snowstorm began and continued throughout the day. Designated emergency routes were plowed mult...iple times throughout the day.
Crews have gone home for a much needed rest, but will be returning at 2 a.m. on Wednesday, 12/20, to begin an all-City plow. Work will begin in the downtown core where on-street parking is prohibited between 2 - 6 a.m. between November 1 - March 1, to facilitate snow removal. Plowing will continue on emergency snow and commercial access routes and continue onto residental streets.
All vehicles parked on City streets must be cleared of snow for visibility within 24 hours of any storm. If you have off-street parking available, please park your car there so our crews can remove as much of the snow from the roadway as possible.
Sandpoint City Code requires that property owners remove snow and ice from adjacent sidewalks. Questions or concerns regarding the City's snow removal operations may be directed to the Public Works Department at 208-263-3407 or the City Shop at 208-263-3428. Updates on snow removal declarations and activities will be posted on this page and the City's website.
Tonight is our regular City Council meeting at City Hall on Lake Street, starting at 5:30 PM. There will be a public hearing on a amendment to the comprehensive plan map. The proposed area includes the University of Idaho property and the surrounding area. Please come and share your vision for the U of I property with the Council! You can review the rest of tonight's agenda by clicking below.
Tonight is our regular City Council meeting and we have a packed agenda. Do you care about how the City deals with vacation rentals? If so, we're holding a workshop on that very topic tonight! It starts at 5:35 in Council Chambers at City Hall on Lake Street. You can view the rest of the agenda by clicking on the link below.
Have you been to the Cedar Street Bridge lately? If not, you should definitely head on down. I just had the most AMAZING breakfast crepe (for lunch) from the Cedar Street Bistro - it is seriously to die for!
I'm also super excited to explore all of the new offerings at Carousel Emporium at its new location downstairs. It took all my will power to not lo lose an entire afternoon to browsing and let's face it - buying. The Sandpoint souvenir shop has expanded with more cool stuff than ever AND there's a new Christmas shop getting ready to open!
There's so much going on and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Did I mention the Cedar Street Bistro Wine Bar? You should check that out too. And so much more including Creations for Sandpoint Inc.. Check it out! Order the breakfast crepe!
For everyone that displayed one of my yard signs - thank you! I will be working on collecting them over the next few days. So if your sign mysteriously disappears, that was (probably) me. If you've already taken your down, please let me know and I can arrange to collect it.
Thank you to everyone who had the confidence in me to continue serving the City of Sandpoint as a Council Member! I truly appreciate your support and I look forward to working with the rest of the Council on behalf of the citizens of Sandpoint.
Tomorrow is election day and it looks like our sunny weather is going to stick with us! Make sure you take a few minutes out of your day to vote. There are 3 open seats for City Council. There are 6 candidates - I am one of them. Your voice counts!
Thank you to everyone that came out for tonight's candidate forum! If you couldn't make it, please review all of the candidate profiles through the election section of Sandpoint Online or the online version of The Reader (link below).