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January 2017

McCall Parks and Recreation Upcoming Events

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CENTENNIAL MAGAZINES are at City Hall!

Check out this amazing magazine created to celebrate this beautiful County. The stories and pictures are fantastic and take you on a journey through time. Here is the link to the online version. More magazines are available around town and at McCall City Hall.

Wear boots made for Walking at Winter Carnival Visitors!

The City of McCall would like to encourage 2017 Winter Carnival visitors to take necessary precautions to stay safe and comfortable. Please plan ahead to dress appropriately for wet, cold weather and walking on ice and snow. In late January and early February, McCall sees highs on average of 29° F, lows on average of 10°F and ever changing snow showers ranging from light to heavy. Comfortable, warm walking shoes are recommended and as always, care should be used when walking on snow and ice. Visit http://www.McCallCitySource.com for tips on getting around in McCall.

 

Keep safe and Chill like a penguin in McCall this Winter.

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The City of McCall would like to encourage 2016 winter visitors to take necessary precautions to stay safe and comfortable. Please plan ahead to dress appropriately for wet, cold weather and walking on ice and snow. Today, December 21, 2016, McCall has a high temperature forecasted of 27° F, a low of -1°F and typically ever changing snow shower possibilities ranging from light to heavy. Comfortable, warm, walking shoes with traction are recommended and as always, care should be used when walking on snow and ice.

Thank you to our City of McCall businesses doing a great job clearing their frontage sidewalks for the safety of our visiting friends!  We can’t forget our Parks and Recreation Department and Public Works Crew for keeping streets and public areas clear while everyone else is sleeping.

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New Winter Trail Map Available

Designed by City of McCall GIS Department the new Winter Trail Map is now available for pick up or download.

VIEW OR DOWNLOAD IT HERE>

Pick on up at City Hall or any of the McCall Sports Stores in town on special water resistant paper. More Maps available on the GIS Page. Check it out>

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Public Works Concentrating on Ice Monday-January 9th

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Severely icy conditions exist this morning on most roads.  Valley County Sheriff is urging Valley County to avoid unnecessary travel and MDSD schools and activities have been closed.

Due to the significant icing, McCall Public Works Department will focus on minimizing ice on principal travel routes.

PLEASE DRIVE WITH CAUTION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE CONCENTRATE ON SAFETY.

Warren Wagon Road Project – Open Houses

The Valley County and Western Federal Lands Highway Division (WFLHD) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) invite you to an open house public meeting for the Warren Wagon Road project.

This project focuses on approximately 5.5 miles of roadway, from milepost 2.23 (McCall/Valley County line) to just beyond the intersection with East Side Drive in Valley County, Idaho. This section of the Warren Wagon Road leads to the Payette National Forest and provides access to North Beach and the west side of Payette Lake. The purpose of the project is to decrease the probability and severity of crashes, lower maintenance costs, lower the probability of vehicles hitting rock fallen in the road, improve the ride quality of the road, and provide wider shoulder widths to improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.

To learn more about the project and share your insights, issues and concerns, please join WFLHD for one of two informal open house sessions on:

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 1:00PM to 2:30PM and 6:30PM to 8:00PM

Both sessions will take place in the Weiser/Idaho Conference Room of the Payette National Forest Building (USFS), 500 N. Mission St., McCall, ID.

Questions may be directed to:
Erin Chipps, Environmental Specialist, erin.chipps@dot.gov, 360-619-7637 or to
Dan Slanina, Project Manager, daniel.slanina@dot.gov, 360-619-7617

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