Public Hearing


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Land Use & Development Commission of the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, will conduct
a public hearing at 7: 00 PM on June 9, 2020 at Chubbuck City Council Chambers, 5160 Yellowstone Avenue,
Chubbuck, Idaho, with respect to the following item:

1. An application for annexation of approximately 9. 64 acres of land into the City of Chubbuck and 6. 79
acres of the property in the Limited Commercial ( C- 1) Zone and 2. 85 acres in the Dense Residential ( R- 4)
Zone. The Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use map designates this area for Mixed Use development and
a small portion for Medium Density Residential development. Property is in the SW % of Section 4,
Township 6 South, Range 34 East of the Boise Meridian, Idaho. The affected property is generally located
at the northeast corner of the intersection of Philbin Road and Chubbuck Road. Type of Action:

2. An application for a Conditional Use Permit for an Animal Care Site for Dog Boarding on a portion of a lot with
approximately . 78 acres of land. Subject property is a portion of Lot 10 of Bonnie Brae Acres, generally located
at 134 E Linden, Chubbuck Rd. The property is currently zoned General Commercial ( C- 2). Type of Action:
Land Use decision.

3. A proposal by city staff to replace an existing chapter of City Code, 18. 20 Planned Unit Developments
PUDs), with a rewritten Chapter 18. 20, setting forth new eligibility, procedures, standards, requirements,
incentives, and other criteria for future PUDs within the City of Chubbuck; to amend Sections 18. 06. 180
and 17. 08. 120 regarding the definition of a PUD; to amend Section 18. 08. 010 Enumeration of Districts
regarding the purpose of the PUD zoning district; to amend Section 18. 08. 030. 13 General Controls by
District to include the Creative Community zoning district; and to amend Section 17. 20. 090 Planned Unit
Developments with terminology consistent with amendments proposed to Chapter 18. 20.

4. A proposal by city staff to revise an existing chapter of City Code, 18. 06 Land Use Definitions, setting forth
new definitions for accessory dwellings, awnings, canopies, condominiums, Z lots, pedestrianways,
residential structures ( townhouses, twin homes, patio homes), and various sign types; to revise
definitions for planned unit developments, residential structures ( single household dwelling, duplex,
apartment building), signs, and zero lot line residences ( attached and detached); to rename adult
businesses as sexually oriented businesses to be consistent with Chapter 5 of City Code; to add
illustrations for Z lots and detached zero lot line residences; to delete the definition of residential rental
dwelling; to amend Section 18. 08. 040 Schedule of General Controls, Residential Dwellings, with consistent
terminology for accessory dwellings and zero lot line residences ( abutting or detached); and to amend the
definition of condominiums in Section 16. 08. 04 and Section 17. 08. 04 of City Code to be consistent with
the terminology proposed in Chapter 18. 06.

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A complete description of each item is available to the public on request at the City Office. Commission packet will
be available at the City Office on June 2, 2020. Any and all persons may register comments, protests, or
agreements on the hearing subjects being considered. Oral testimony concerning these proposals may be offered
at the public hearing. Commission may limit oral testimony. Written testimony must be received by the Planning
Department at least 7 days prior to the hearing, shall comply with standards established in City Code
18. 28. 020. D. 7., and shall be considered public record.

City Hall and the City Council Chambers are accessible for persons with disabilities. Any person needing special
accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the City Planner, Paul Andrus at 208.237.2430 at
least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Kami Morrison, Office Administrator

Publish Date: 5. 24. 20


We need your Pictures

We need your Pictures! We are working on creating a page on our website with a map from our GIS department that will list activities and show locations of these different activities. Here is some of the ideas that the CommUNITY came up with so far.  Please share your Pictures and any other ideas that you might have. We can give photo credit to anyone who submits a photo that we use.

Send your pictures to

City Creek Trails
Cusick Creek Trailhead
Park Meadows park/trail system
Nordic Center (Mink Creek)
Gibson Jack Trailhead
Cherry Springs Trailhead
Scout Mountain Nature Trails
Sterling Justice Trailhead
Blackrock trails
Wellness Complex
Edson Fichter Pond
Pebble Creek
American Falls Reservoir
Blackfoot Reservoir
Chesterfield Reservoir
BLM/Forest Service Campgrounds
American Falls and Springfield hatcheries
Zoo Idaho
Ross Park Aquatic Center
Indian Hot Springs
Lava Pool & Hot Springs
Frisbee Golf Courses
Golf Courses
Portneuf Library
Chubbuck City Parks
Stuart park/splash pad
Ron Osborn Tennis Complex
Jensen Grove
Portneuf Greenway
Marshal Public Library
Bannock County Event Center
West Fork of Mink Creek Trail
Museum of Clean
Museum of National History
Model Train Museum
Model aviation by airport
Bannock County Museum
Old Town Pocatello
Massacre Rocks
Craters of the Moon
Fort Hall Replica
Ice Skating
Historic Siphon springs
Shooting range
Hooper springs and Geyser
Shoshone-Bannock Events Center
Stevens Performing Arts Center
Holt Arena
ISU Soccer Field
Bartz Field
Red Hill Trials/Pillars
Butterfly Haven
Locations for tubing in/out on the Portneuf River
Bike Route- Roads
Bannock County Historical Complex
Fort Hall Commemorative Trading Post
Rose Garden Park
Veterans Memorial
Visitors Center
Dog Parks
Blackrock Recreation Area
Rock Climbing- Ross Park
Brooklyn’s Playground

Memorial Day

City Offices will be closed on Monday May 25, 2020. City Offices will reopen on Tuesday May 26, 2020 at 8:00am. Sanitation and Recycling Routes will run on their normal schedule. Please remember to always have your garbage and recycle can out by 7:00 AM.

City Office Hours

City Offices are available through phone.
Monday thru Friday from 8am-12 (Noon) & 1pm-5pm or by email

Currently Lobby hours are by Appointment Only       

Please Use the Following Numbers to set an Appointment.

Utility Billing                         208.417.7175

Inspections/Permits              208.417.7176

Public Works                         208.237.2430

City Hall/Mayor’s Office     208.237.2400

Police Station                        208.237.7172

Fire Station                            208.237.3212

To better serve our residents the City of Chubbuck has created the following number 208.417.7175 for Utility Billing and 208.417.7176 for the Building Department and Inspections/Permits.