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  1. SIPH - Thirty New COVID-19 Cases Identified in Southeastern Idaho

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health has 30 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (13 in Bannock County, 1 in Bear Lake County, 15 in Bingham County, and 1 in Power County) in southeast Idaho. This brings the total of confirmed and probable cases to 797. Read on...
  2. SIPH - Thirty-Seven New COVID-19 Cases Identified in Southeastern Idaho

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health has 37 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (12 in Bannock County, 17 in Bingham County, 2 in Franklin County, 1 in Oneida County, and 5 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 City Council Meetings

  1. Members of the Pocatello City Council sitting at the dais at City Hall

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    The City of Pocatello live streams City Council meetings, Planning and Zoning Commission meetings, and other select board and union meetings held in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Follow the link below to watch live.

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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. Face Coverings

    Effective Monday, July 27, face coverings are required for City employees and for citizens who enter City facilities and participate in programs and activities. Citizens are required to wear face coverings when entering any City of Pocatello building or facility or riding in public transportation buses.

    Citizens participating in City-sponsored programs or activities in outdoor spaces do not have to wear a face covering unless six-feet of physical distancing cannot be maintained. Individuals in the City’s swimming pools or lazy river also do not have to wear face coverings.