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May 2017

Idaho Trails Map

One of our favorite Sunny Weather Things…The Idaho Trails Map created in house by our GIS Team. Check it out here>

Find this app and more including pathways,  trails,  and more at McCall’s GIS Page>

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Last day to take the survey.

SURVEY NOW CLOSED.

You have told us what you love or would improve about McCall, identified specific opportunities throughout the City and helped create a vision for the future. Now we ask the tough questions. On the following pages are a series of projects to help us achieve our vision. Help guide the City’s Comprehensive Plan and Transportation Master Plan by providing your feedback!

Find out more about the planning process by visiting: www.McCallCompPlan2016.com.

We encourage you to review draft goals and policies for the McCall Community in Issue  3: Deep Dive, available at this link:  https://media.wix.com/ugd/93a579_66d2c383cfe74b7f8d3340e0bd8917cc.pdf

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3508187/McCall-in-Motion-ProjectsDeep Dive Issue 3_Page_01

Warren Wagon Road Project Open House

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 public open house meeting is being held to provide information regarding the project, currently in the preliminary design phase, and to receive the public’s input. Personnel from WFLHD will be present to answer questions and receive comments. The public is encouraged to make suggestions or express concerns regarding this proposed project. Comments will be collected through June 23, 2017.

 

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:

 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM & 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

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 and comments may be directed to:

Dan Slanina, Project Manager, daniel.slanina@dot.gov, 360-619-7617

Wastewater Election Results

Wastewater Proposal results from May 16th election are being reported today by the Valley County Election Office. Data shows that 712 ballots were cast and all questions passed by more than 70%. That means the decision to annex the City’s sewer system into Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District control along with the request to bond for improvements to the reuse system, treatment plant and paying off debts passed with a distinct majority of current McCall residents, McCall homeowners, and PLRWSD property owners.

Now the work begins as the City of McCall and PLRWSD coordinate together on projects to meet important IDEQ permit guidelines, continue development of the reuse improvements and continue to provide quality service to all patrons. More information to come as information arises on the timelines and future of your wastewater service.

See election results here>

City of McCall
Nathan Stewart, Public Works Director
The Public Works Department
815 N. Samson Trail
Phone (208) 634-5580

Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District
Dale Caza, Operations Manager
Jamie Melbo, District Administrator

Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District
201 Jacob Street McCall, Idaho 83638
Phone: 208-634-4111
Fax: 208-634-7613
Email: plrwsd@citlink.net
http://www.plrwsd.org/

 

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McCall Police Department wants to remind you to,

McCall Police Department, with the assistance from the Idaho Transportation Department, are going to be participating in a Seat Belt Mobilization, May 22 to June 4, to promote vehicle safety and safety restraint use by Idaho drivers.

Safety restraints, when used, are the most effective safety feature ever introduced for vehicles, cutting in half the likelihood for fatal and serious injuries resulting from traffic crashes.  (Traffic Safety Facts 2012, NHTSA).   By this estimate there were 54 lives saved in 2014 by seat belt usage and an additional 34 lives could have been save if everyone had buckled up.

Idaho’s observed safety restraint use rate decreased slightly from 81.6% in 2013 to 80.2% in 2014.  While the observed seat belt use rate was 80%, only 44% of the motor vehicle occupants killed in crashes were wearing seat belts.  If everyone had been wearing seat belts, 34 of the 67 unbelted motor vehicle occupants may have been saved (Idaho Traffic Crashes 2014).

Drivers are not the only ones affected by seatbelt use in the country.  It is just as important to use safe practices and properly working equipment when securing your children in a motor vehicle.

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 4 and ages 11-14, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The research goes on to show that effective child safety seats reduce fatal injury by 71 percent for infants and by 54 percent for toddlers, ages 1 to 4 years old.

From 2010 to 2014, 21 children under 7 years old were killed in Idaho motor vehicle crashes. Of these children, 11 were not restrained. During the same period, 66 children were seriously injured; 41 of whom were not restrained. An additional 415 children were visibly injured; 140 of whom were not restrained.

Parents continue to place very young children, infant to age 3, in a child seat at a high rate of 94 percent, but only 62 percent of parents place their toddlers (ages 4 to 6) in child safety seats or booster seats.

Let’s all work together, Idaho, to increase the safety restraint use rate and move forward to a safer driving experience for 2017.

Job Openings at the City of McCall

Streets I Operator

The City of McCall seeks a qualified individual to fill the recently vacated, permanent, full-time position of Streets Operator I. The selected individual will perform semi-skilled construction; maintenance and service work on City streets including snow removal. This individual must be a high school graduate or equivalent with two years of relevant experience, and hold a current Idaho Class “B” CDL. Paving and/or grade work experience is preferable. Salary is $15.24 to $16.25 per hour DOE, plus an excellent benefits package.

Applications are available on-line at www.mccall.id.us or at McCall City Hall. Please turn in

all applications at City Hall or you can email completed applications to tmalvich@mccall.id.us.

Contact Human Resources at 208-634-8316 with questions. The position will remain open until filled. EOE/DFW/IVP

 

Parks and Recreation Seasonal Worker

The City of McCall is seeking qualified individuals to fill full-time, Seasonal positions in our Parks and Recreation Department. Seasonal workers perform unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance, repair, inspection, and service work in City parks and public areas, including equipment, machinery, irrigation systems, and structures. Additional duties include soil and plant cultivation, pesticide and fertilization applications and general cleanup duties. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be able to work weekends and Holidays.  The City of McCall is an EOE/DFW. Wage range begins at $11.25 per hour, DOE. Applications are available at the McCall City Hall or visit

www.mccall.id.us Accepting applications until positions are filled.

Sell your art at the Lakeside Liberty Fest on July 1st

The City of McCall still has openings for artists and crafters to sell their items at the Lakeside Liberty Fest Art & Craft Walk taking place all day on, Saturday, July 1st. This year the event will be held in front of Legacy Park in the heart of McCall’s Busy Downtown. Set up space is as you arrive and it us a bring your tent/table event.

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To sign up visit or call City Hall at 208-634-7142.

One day vendor license at $25 is necessary.

Treatment plant maintenance may cause odors

We’ve cleaned our wastewater Cl2 contact basin at the Wastewater Treatment Plant and unpleasant odors can occur during this process lasting up to 3 days or so.  The wastewater Treatment Plant has scheduled maintenance processes throughout the year. To learn more about how wastewater treatment works check out this link>

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Our new addition to public safety

The City of McCall Police Department has recently added a new addition to public safety at two locations. Meet our new “Your Speed” signs placed at Jim’s Grocery and Lardos. Approved by City Council in 2015 to go out for grant request from ITD. We’ve now been able to install and get them active. Please enjoy knowing “your speed” as you enter McCall.

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