McCall City Source


November 2016

McCall Mayor heads to D.C.

Mayor Jackie Aymon heads to Washington, D.C. this week to spread the news about how great it is to live in McCall , Idaho while she accompanies the Capitol Christmas Tree! She’s armed with a box full of McCall Goodies courtesy of some generous business owners and non-profits!  We wish her safe travels.jackie-at-the-capitol

City Council Meeting-December 1st

McCall City Council loves to see citizens at their meetings! Each meeting is packed full of changes, improvements, and growth.  Want to make something happen? Want to weigh in on a decision? When you attend a Council meeting you always have an opportunity to speak during public comment. Read this week’s agenda here> and maybe we will see you there.


Share the Road and Drive Safely!


Our Public Works Team was hard at work helping make the Capitol Christmas Tree Parade happen now they are busy keeping our streets safe and clear. Drive Safely! Here are some tips on sharing the road with Snow Plow Drivers:



Hour of Code Week
December 5-9th 3:45-4:45pm
Stop in after school for a self-guided learning adventure in coding!  Hosted by an online program that introduces kids to computer science and programming. The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. We will show you how to get started using some simple self-guided activities featuring Star Wars, Minecraft, and Frozen. Learn at your own pace.

Cram the Van
December 8th 10:00am

We will be filling up a van outside the McCall Public Library with unwrapped toys, youth bedding, and household goods to help area families this holiday season.

Thailand Travelogue
December 8th 7:00-9:00pm

Dennis Marguet will be presenting a travelogue on his trip to Thailand. Find yourself immersed in the Thai tropics during this guided slideshow. The show will be split between two subjects: land based sites and their culture, and underwater sea life while spending about 10 days scuba diving around Thailand and Burma’s shores.

Special Holiday Craft
December 21st 1:00-3:00pm

It’s time to deck the halls, and join us for a special holiday craft making session. Drop in anytime between 1:00 and 3:00. Our elementary age friends will be able to make a variety of homespun rustic decorations just in time for the holidays!

Santa Visit!
Thursday, December 22nd at 10:30am

Ho! Ho! Ho! Time to join us for a special story time graced by jolly old St. Nick himself!

Adult Board Gaming
Wednesday, December 28th 6:30-8:30pm
Bring in your friends for a fun night of playing your favorite board games! Play one of our games, or bring in one of yours. This program is for ages 16+. Light holiday refreshments will be provided.

December 30th 3:30-5:30pm
Windmill challenge! This month we will be designing our own mini wind turbines! Designer of the turbine that generates the most electricity will win a prize.


Looking for a great holiday gift? Buy a library card for an out of town friend. A gift that keeps on giving 365 days a year!


Let’s Talk About It starts next month!

McCall Public Library, Idaho Commission for Libraries, and McCall Arts and Humanities partner every year during the Cabin Fever series to bring this program to the McCall Community. “Let’s Talk About It” is a scholar-led book club that meets every other Wednesday from 7:00-8:00pm, starting January 25th then 2/8, 2/22, 3/8 and ending on 3/22.  This year’s theme “Pulitzer Prize Winners” was voted by last year’s participants.

This year’s book titles are:

All the Light We cannot See – Anthony Doerr

Empire Falls – Richard Russo

March – Geraldine Brooks

Growing Up – Russell Wayne Baker

Honey in the Horn – Harold L. Davis


The McCall Police department is currently investigating several thefts from construction sites.  Items stolen from the sites include power and hand tools, electrical equipment, other construction-related tools, and painting equipment.

Equipment has been stolen from inside homes under construction and from locked construction trailers on-site.  In one instance, an entire trailer was stolen from the site.  In all cases, standard locking mechanisms and trailer hitch locks were either pried or cut off.

The public is reminded to take the necessary precautions to deter thefts from their construction sites or property such as:

  • Keep a detailed list of equipment including serial numbers
  • Put identifying paint, labels or scribes on equipment
  • Remove valuable equipment from sites daily
  • Add heavy duty locks or enhance existing locking mechanisms to trailers left on-site
  • Make construction trailers immovable
  • Install surveillance equipment on-site

The Police Department requests the public’s assistance in our investigations by contacting the department with reports of suspicious activity around construction sites, lost or found construction equipment, or information pertaining to the recent thefts.

Please direct information or questions Sergeant Pete Rittenger, 634-7144 or


McCall is made for Walking! – Congratulations to McCall Kids and our Mayor

The results are in and McCall won big and not just in dollars but in healthy physical activity in our community! Each year, during the month of October, schools and elected officials dedicate their time and energy to a walking challenge! This year, 81 schools and 24 elected officials took part. Here in McCall, we are so proud of our kids and our Mayor for their participation.

Mayor Jackie Aymon was the Group Two Winner bringing in $2000 to be used toward Barbara R. Morgan Elementary School and the City of McCall Parks and Recreation programs. In the School challenge, Barbara R. Morgan kids averaged 5 miles or more and earned $250 to promote childhood wellness in their school. Such a wonderful achievement and display of teamwork.

Mayor Jackie Aymon and Barbara R. Morgan Elementary School Kids! 


Capitol Christmas Tree Event Road Closures and Parking Restrictions.

The Capitol Christmas Tree Parade & 2nd Street Celebration on Saturday, November 5th, require that the City of McCall conduct temporary parking restrictions and road closures to secure community health & safety.

Vehicles will be towed at owner’s expense.
Please do your part to adhere to posted times.

No Parking – E Lake Street / State Highway 55
from Park Street to 2nd Street
Beginning 12 NOON

No Parking – 2nd Street Closed
from E. Lake / State highway 55
to the McCall Public Library
Beginning 6 A



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