Office of the Mayor
Welcome to the City of Chubbuck, Office of the Mayor. As the head of the city, the mayor’s office is a hub of activity and responsibility. The mayor speaks for both the government and the community as a whole. In addition the mayor is responsible for overseeing the operations of the city by working with the officials of each city department. The mayor is involved in long-term planning and helps each department insure they are working towards their goals.
A great highlight for the mayor is the State of the City address. The mayor can deliver a progress report on the city directly to residents on the success of our humble little town.
The mayor also works with city officials and administrators to complete a budget for the city. They mayor must insure all funds are allocated properly for each department. The mayor monitors the budget and adjusts it as needs arise within different sectors of our local government.
The mayor is ultimately responsible for making sure that everything is running smoothly while making sure that the city is progressing in a fair manner and is an enjoyable place to live for all of it’s residents.
MAYOR KEVIN B. ENGLAND
Mayor England was born in Pocatello, Idaho in 1956 to Miles and Ilene England and was the 7th of 10 children. He has lived in the Pocatello/Chubbuck area his entire life. He graduated from Highland High School in 1975 where he enjoyed playing high school basketball. From 1975 to 1977 he served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Albuquerque New Mexico. Upon returning from his mission he went to work with his father and 2 brothers in a Paint Contracting Business. He worked with that business for 20 years and then spent the last 16 years as a sole proprietor. He also has been licensed to sell insurance as well as a licensed Realtor. He married his high school sweetheart, the former Melody Terry, and they are the parents of 6 children and 20 grandchildren.
Mayor England was sworn into office on January 14, 2014. He had served one term of 4 years on the Chubbuck City Council, the last 2 years as council president. He has served on many boards and committees in this area and in a number of leadership roles within his church. He loves serving the people of his community.
To read Mayor Kevin England’s State of the City Address, please click here
Important Information Within the Newsletter:
• Message from the Mayor
• Movies in the Park for 2016
• Important Dates in April, May & June
• City Wide Cleanup Day
•Message from the Chubbuck Fire & Police Departments
Mayors’ Youth Advisory Council
The Pocatello / Chubbuck Mayors’ Youth Advisory Council is an advisory committee to the Mayor on issues of importance to young people, to encourage civic pride, literacy, and responsibility among the area’s young people, as well as to provide training opportunities and learning experiences for them regarding governance.
The Committee is composed of a maximum of 36 voting members chosen from students in the 9th through 12th grades. If possible, representatives shall be from each of the three high schools with no more than 40% from any one school. Members are appointed by the Mayor, contingent upon receipt of written consent of a parent or guardian. Members serve until their date of graduation. To apply for a vacancy please fill-out and submit a Pocatello/Chubbuck Mayors’ Youth Advisory Council Application using the button below.
The Committee meets on the Second and Fourth Mondays of each month at 3:15pm in the Council Chambers at Pocatello City Hall located at 911 N 7th Avenue Pocatello, ID 83201
Chubbuck Veterans Memorial
The memorial fund was first established in 1997, and it later blossomed into the beautiful stone monument which stands on the north lawn at City Hall. Each veteran’s name is engraved under the names of the era they served our country. If you would like your beloved veteran remembered by having their name engraved on the monument, please contact Public Works. The veterans monument is the centerpiece of numerous flag ceremonies throughout the course of every calendar year such as Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. The memory of our military veterans is honored at each and every formal raising and lowering of the flags.