THE ANNUAL CITY OF CHUBBUCK CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CONTEST 2019 DATES ANNOUNCED.
CHUBBUCK Make your Christmas bright… and spread the cheer . The City of Chubbuck celebrates Christmas with its annual outdoor decorating contest! It is that time of year again, i f you have the most festive house on the block , then we would like to know! The City of Chubbuck invites all residents and businesses to enter in the annual Holiday Decorating Contest. This is a great way to show off your community pride and spread cheer throughout the holiday season. It’s also a perfect project for the entire family to enjoy, so , pull out your Santa, sled, reindeer, wreath and of course, don’t forget the lights!
The contest is open to all residential homes and businesses within the Chubbuck City Limits. We encourage Businesses to participate as well. Selections will be made in all areas of the city. Winners will be chosen in the following categories: Best Animation, Most Colorful, Most Traditional, Spirit of the Season (2), Best Commercial/Business, Mayor’s Choice, Clark Griswold Award (most lights), and Best Overall If you see a house or business that you think deserves an award, let us know by sending us an email at ChubbuckLightscontest@gmail.com or send us a message through the City of Chubbuck official Facebook Page Please be sure to include as much information as possible including photos, which award you think they should win and most importantly, the address . Submissions will be accepted thru 5pm December 2nd.
Judging will be held December 1 st thru December 5th . On the nights of judging, please turn all your holiday lights on by 6:00 p.m. and leave them on until 11:00 p.m. Winners will be announced December 6th at the Chubbuck Christmas in the Park celebration followed via a press release and a sign being placed in their yard The press release will go out on Dec. 8th and signs will be placed no later than December 10th . Winners will receive special recognition on the City website , Social Media and will be spotlighted in the local media! Happy Holidays!
If you would like more information, please contact Brad Winters.
Brad Winters/City of Chubbuck
FALL LEAF PICKUP!
Fall leaves will be picked up on Monday, November 4, 18 & 25 only. Leaves must be bagged and placed in the front of your property. Please Call the City at 237-2430 to be placed on the weekly list.
Burn Ban has been issued effective immediately until further notice.
Open Burning is defined as any fire intentionally set for any purpose including debris disposal from excavation or construction, bonfires, and campfires.
The City of Chubbuck is pleased to present the 2018 Annual Water
Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required by the Safe Drinking
Water Act (SDWA). This report is designed to provide details about where your
water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by
Click here for the 2018 Consumer Confidence Report
Paper copies can be obtained
from the City of Chubbuck Public Works Department located at 5160 Yellowstone,
Chubbuck Idaho or by calling 208-237-2430.
County Commissioners, and Mayors Pledge Support for 2020 Census.
The start of the 2020 Census is a little under a year out and
local government officials are pledging their support for the 2020 Census
Recently, members of the Bannock County Commission and the Mayors
of Arimo, Downey, Inkom, Lava Hot Springs, McCamrnon, Chubbuck, and Pocatello
signed a county-wide proclamation affirming their commitment to being “a
committed partner with the US Census Bureau in achieving the goal of a full and
accurate 2020 Census count for Bannock County.”
Ahead of the Census beginning on April 1, 2020, the Bannock County
Complete Count Committee will be working to educate citizens about the Census
and encouraging them to complete their Census forms. In April 2020, citizens
will have the option of responding to the Census online, by mail, or by phone.
The primary purpose of the decennial Census is apportioning the
U.S. House of Representatives. Additionally, the count determines how more than
$670 billion in annual funding from the federal government is distributed. This
translates to approximately $1,470 per Idahoan counted, according to the US Census
Bureau. The funding received goes towards schools, transportation, job training
centers, senior and foster care centers, as well as medical assistance programs
such as Medicare and Medicaid, and more.
For more information about the 2020 Census, visit census.gov.