Latest News and Events

  1. City Council to Consider Public Health Emergency Ordinance Requiring Masks in Public Places

    At Thursday’s Pocatello City Council Work Session, Councilmembers will consider a public health emergency ordinance requiring masks to be worn in all public places or when six feet of social distancing cannot be maintained. Read on...
  2. Twenty-Three New COVID-19 Cases Identified in Southeast Idaho

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health has 23 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (8 in Bannock County, 9 in Bingham County, 1 in Caribou County, 3 in Franklin County, and 2 in Power County) in southeast Idaho. Read on...
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Pocatello Public Notices

  1. Stay Informed

    Follow the link below to access public notices released from the City of Pocatello such as meeting notices, public hearing notices, and financial reports.
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  2. Class Action Settlement

    If you paid the City of Pocatello user fees that included a "payment in lieu of taxes" (PILOT) component from April 14, 2012 through April 14, 2014, you may be a Class member in a proposed class action settlement.
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Pocatello Fireworks Map

  1. No Fireworks

    Prohibited Areas for Fireworks

    Be aware of the areas in Pocatello and Chubbuck where fireworks are prohibited for the 2020 season.
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Pocatello COVID-19 Resources

  1. COVID-19/Coronavirus Updates

    The City of Pocatello is actively monitoring the ever-evolving situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As needed, we are providing updates via the City’s official social media channels, website, and mobile app (Pocatello Connect).
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  2. Idaho Rebounds—Stage 4
    June 13, 2020

    The governor and the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare issued a Stay Healthy Order on June 13 2020, that allows businesses and governmental agencies to continue to resume operations while adhering to physical distancing and sanitation requirements.
    Read the Order (PDF)