Curious about the Fall Flights program at Birds of Prey in Boise? Join us Friday, October 13, 2017 for our Basque and Birds Tour. $50 per person, includes travel, lunch at Leku Ona in downtown Boise and admissions to the Basque Museum, tour, and Birds of Prey. Pick up and drop off at McCall’s Sharlie Community Center; 8:00a-8:00p. More information and to register www.mccallrec.com.
Click below for a video of the Fall Flights show.
In May 2018, the Tourism LOT is up for renewal. Tell City Council what changes should be made as we move into the future?
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What is the Tourism Local Option Tax?
Idaho Code allows for an occupancy tax upon hotel, motel, and other sleeping accommodations rented or leased for a period of thirty (30) days or less. The voters of the City of McCall voted to approve an ordinance that provided that the City of McCall has met the requirements set out in Idaho Code. In McCall, voters approved a 3 percent local option tax on lodging in 2005 and renewed it in 2011.
Local Option Tax Renewal
The current Tourism LOT expires as of December 31, 2018. The Council will conduct reviews of the public to determine if a renewal ordinance will be developed and if so what items would be considered for funding
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Seeking qualified artists or arts educator-fabricator teams
to create public art for the newly re-built Lardo Bridge
at the outlet of beautiful Payette Lake.
Bridging the Source: Arts and Payette Lake
The City of McCall, Idaho, in partnership with the McCall Arts and Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, is seeking qualified artists or arts educator-fabricator teams to create public art for the newly re-built Lardo Bridge at the outlet of beautiful Payette Lake. The artist(s) will engage the McCall community in an arts-based design process that responds to the lake’s role as primary drinking water source, core of McCall’s tourism economy, and the lake’s ecologic health. The project budget is $50,000. Applications are due October 27, 2017. More information and application instructions can be found at: http://www.mccall.id.us/commitees/PAAC.html
Engage the McCall community in an arts-based design process that responds to the lake’s role as primary drinking water source, core of McCall’s tourism economy, and the lake’s ecologic health.
Airport enthusiasts of all ages will be
able to listen to McCall Airport communications.
The City of McCall would like to thank the Idaho Aviation Association for their support and sponsorship of a new aviation themed pocket park. Located off the pathway as it passes the west side of the airport, the new park is intended to allow visitors to observe aircraft and listen in on their communications as they sequence themselves into and out of McCall.
The park will grow in phases with a fence relocation that is under way and the addition of benches for seating. Spring will see a scanner and interpretive signage added to allow visitors to know whether there are inbound traffic and assist in locating them as they enter the traffic pattern. With more than 100 planes in and out per day during McCall summers traffic patterns will surely be fun to monitor.
Our hope is to provide a safe and informative location for aviation enthusiasts to watch the diverse array of aircraft that use our airport. If the park creates additional aviation enthusiasts, that’s even better!
Future phases of the park will depend on additional donations and volunteer labor. Potential enhancements are raised viewing platform, additional viewing locations and aircraft displays. If you are interested, please contact Jay Scherer, Airport Manager at (208) 634-8965.
Special thanks to:
- Andrew George – State President, Idaho Aviation Association
- Joe Grubiak – District 3 President, Idaho Aviation Association
- McCall Chapter, Idaho Aviation Association
- Rob Tucker, President
- Michael and Beverly Anderson
- Amy Hoover
- Gene Nora Jessen
- Mike Weiss
- MYL High Flying Club
September is Library Card Sign –Up Month!
Sign up in September for your chance to win a new Kindle!
How do I win?
Great question! Open a new library card. Know a friend who doesn’t have a card? Refer them, and once they get their library card both you AND your friend will be entered into our drawing. It’s that easy.
Top ten reasons to have a library card:
- Books and Magazines
- DVDs and Audiobooks
- Storytimes and Makerspace
- Downloadable Content: eBooks and eAudiobooks
- Friendly, Helpful Staff
- Healthy Community Gathering Place
- Programs and Events
- WiFi, Computers, and Printing
- Research and Consumer Databases
- Access to McCall/Idaho History and Records
Have we convinced you yet? Come in today and get your library card!
The City of McCall is seeking to fill a vacancy on the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee. The Public Art Advisory Committee makes recommendations regarding selection, policies, acquisition, placement and maintenance of public art to the McCall City Council. If you have an interest in helping the City of McCall to reach its vision of being a place where the “art community and cultural assets thrive and are nationally recognized” (2007 Comprehensive Plan), please consider volunteering for this Committee.
The Public Art Advisory Committee makes recommendations regarding selection, policies, acquisition, placement and maintenance of public art to the McCall City Council.
All interested persons should submit a letter of interest by November 1, 2017, to BessieJo Wagner, Clerk, City of McCall, 216 E. Park St., McCall, Idaho 83638 or email@example.com.
For more information about the roles, responsibilities and expectations of service on the McCall Public Art Advisory Committee, please contact Delta James, Economic Development Planner at 634-7142 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All three programs are open for registration, see the flyers below for details or visit mccallrec.com for more information. Have questions call 634-8968