NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of
Chubbuck, Idaho, will conduct a public hearing at 6:00 PM on March 6, 2019 at Chubbuck City Council
Chambers, 5160 Yellowstone Avenue, Chubbuck, Idaho, with respect to the
application for change in land use zone for 10 acres from Agricultural to R2
Limited Residential. The Comprehensive
Plan Future Land Use map designates this property as Mixed Use. Location:
NW ¼ of Section 9, township 6 South, Range 34 East, of the Boise
Meridian – North of I-86, South of Park Meadows Subdivision, East of Philbin
Rd. and West of Kasiska Subdivision.
A complete description of
each item is available to the public on request at the City Office. 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. Mayor may limit oral testimony. Written testimony must be
received by the City Clerk 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
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 Clerk,
Rich Morgan at 208.237.2400 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Bowers, Deputy Clerk
Publish Date: February 19, 2019
City Offices will be closed Monday February 18, 2019. City Offices will reopen on Tuesday February 19, 2019 at 7:30am. Sanitation will run as normal, please have your carts out by 7:00am for pickup.
Chubbuck Boys Baseball League is looking for an individual with a background and experience of Umpiring Baseball to fulfill the role of Head Umpire. The Head Umpire will be a part of the Boys Baseball Commission for the Chubbuck Boys Baseball League. The Commissioners are a Volunteer position. However, the League President and Head Umpire do receive compensation for their time rendered. This individual will be responsible for:
1.Coordinating umpires for weekly games Monday thru Thursday, possibly Fridays.
2.Opening score booths each night in preparation for games no later than 5:30pm each day.
3.Submitting weekly spreadsheet of umpires and games worked to City Director for payroll
4.Monitoring weekly games
5.Respectfully dealing with Parents, Players, and Coaches
6.Know and Understand City Baseball Rules and By-laws
Please contact Boys Baseball League President: Bobby Garvin @ 208-406-3484
Information on Chubbuck Recreation Leagues
2019 Registration!!! Registration for Chubbuck Boys Baseball, Girls
Fastpitch Softball, and Backyard Baseball will be
conducted online. Please visit our website at www.chubbuckrecleagues.com
Chubbuck Boys Baseball
January 28th—February 28th
Girls Fastpitch Softball
March 3rd—March 30th
THE ANNUAL CITY OF CHUBBUCK CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED.
Best Overall- 5035 & 5045 Cole St.
Griswold Award- 201 Henry
Best Animation- 1389 Sawtooth
Most Traditional- 1102 Congress
Most Colorful- 485 Lariat
Best Small Display- 617 Dell
Spirit of the Season (People’s Choice) – 850
Spirit of the Season- 1105 Sawtooth
Mayor’s Choice- 619 W Chubbuck Rd
Best Commercial Display- Idaho Central Credit
Chubbuck Fire Station
568 Chubbuck Rd
14216 Promise Ln
1077 W Quinn Rd
14458 W Siphon Rd
Reminder: Tennis Keys need to be returned and are now due. You can either bring the key into the City Office, or drop it in the payment drop off box in front of City Hall. If we do not receive your key by January 1, 2019 the next season’s fees will increase to $20.
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THE ANNUAL CITY OF CHUBBUCK CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CONTEST 2018 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, if 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 1, 2018.
Judging will be held December 6, 2018 thru December 9, 2018. 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 no later than December 11, 2018 via a press release and a sign being placed in their yard. Signs will be placed no later than December 11, 2018. 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
Chubbuck Adopts Strategic Plan Outlining Goals for the Next 5 Years
The City of Chubbuck recently adopted its first strategic plan reflecting residents’ input to establish performance goals and metrics from fiscal year 2019 through 2024. Entitled “Our CommUNITY: A great place to live, work, and raise a family”, the plan has 10 vision elements: Vibrant and Aesthetic Neighborhoods; Diversity, Inclusion, and Unification; Participatory Governance; Effective, Efficient, and Economical Government; Safety and Preparedness; Strong Economy; Healthy Residents; Multi-modal Transportation Accessibility; Thriving Youth and Children; and Growing Arts, Cultural, and Recreational Opportunities. Each vision element includes objectives and performance measures to track progress toward established goals.
The City engaged residents and non-residents through surveys via social media, utility mailers, and randomized mailers and even through computer labs at Highland High School. Once surveys were compiled and analyzed, each department head in the City had opportunities to provide feedback to identify needs and to develop measures to address the needs. Once a plan was drafted, several versions were provided to the City Council for feedback and ultimately, approval.
“Through feedback of residents, technical staff, and elected officials, we have developed a short-term plan that is intended to be a living document,” stated Mayor Kevin England. “Unlike the more long-term Comprehensive Plan, we intend to review the Strategic Plan annually and to adjust our plan of action if needed in order to satisfy our 5 year goals. This plan is a great example of the Chubbuck community coming together to better position itself for the future.”
To access the Strategic Plan and results from the surveys, click here: Strategic Plan & Strategic Plan/Surveys
CITY OF CHUBBUCK COMPLETES FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT STUDY
Consultant finds that existing municipal building space is insufficient to accommodate current and projected demands
With the City of Chubbuck’s population having nearly doubled since 1990 from 7,834 to an estimated 14,869 residents in 2017, and with the City continuing to experience growth, LCA Architects and the City have completed a detailed Facilities Needs Assessment Study to determine what needs coming growth likely will be through 2037. Using historical and projected growth rates, current and future staffing needs, and building space inventories, the study identified space deficits due to current and project overcrowded working conditions, needs for building spaces, and needs for additional fire stations to meet response time demands. LCA Architects found that currently, the City has a deficiency of nearly 28,000 square feet between all of the departments including police and animal control, fire, maintenance, parks, and city hall administration and that by 2037, an estimated 68,470 additional square feet will be needed beyond that which currently exists.
“In light of the findings of study, over the past several months department heads and I have been reviewing options and costs for how to meet current and projected demands” said Chubbuck Mayor Kevin England. “Options that we have evaluated include expanding and remodeling existing city hall to continue to accommodate the police department and city hall, remodeling existing city hall to accommodate the police department and constructing a separate city hall building, and identifying where to best locate future fire stations. We have to do something as our employees are stepping over each other just to do their jobs.”
Mayor England and the department heads expect to present an option to the City Council at this year’s upcoming budget proposal.
Attached is a copy of the Facilities Needs Assessment.
208-237-2400 ext. 201