Aug 3 – P&Z Postponed until 9th

Aug 9 – Planning and Zoning 7:00 pm

Public Hearing for a Variance on  setback requirements for a new  single-family home on N. Maple Aug 10

City Council 6:30 pm

Aug 16-19 – Madison County Fair Aug 17

Planning and Zoning 7:00 pm  Aug 23 – First Day of School 

Aug 24 – City Council 6:30 pm Budget Hearing 

Dates to Remember: 

Sept 7 – Planning & Zoning 7:00 pm

*All city meetings are subject to change. Citizens  are invited to attend Planning & Zoning and City  Council Meetings. Agendas are on the city  website and on the door at city hall 48 hours prior  to the meetings. You may call city hall to ask  what items are being discussed. * 



  • Marvin&KristiGonzalez Scott & Leslie Hymas  
  • Clansy&AlexaAllen Kevin & Melissa Coles  
  • Gary &Rhea Michaelson Jerry & Rozan Miller  
  • Randy&HollyBatton Marie Davis  

WEED ABATEMENT: The city would like to remind its property owners to  please keep weeds and grass trimmed to help avoid fire hazards and insect  infestations. If contacted and not taken care of, the city may do so at a cost to you. 

TREE TRIMMING: The city has been trimming trees along  some roadways. All trees must be trimmed up to 10 feet from  the ground and down to 3 feet maximum height for bushes.  We would appreciate citizens being mindful of this  requirement to keep vegetation trimmed back from roads. 


OCTOBER TREATS IN THE STREETS: The city needs volunteers to help with the October celebration. If interested in  volunteering or being a vendor, please contact city hall. 

PARKING CODE: We have noticed that many of the city streets and alleys are being used to park campers and trailers.  Please park and place all personal items on your own property, not in alleys or on streets.  

6-1-2 Parking Regulations. “… no person shall stop, stand, park or deposit a trailer, shipping container, storage  container, drop box or any other non-vehicular item in and on street parking spaces, for a period longer than one hundred  twenty (120) consecutive hours, i.e., 5 days.  

5-2-6 G Recreational Vehicle Parking: No person shall park an unoccupied recreational vehicle as defined by Idaho  Code section 49-119 on any residentially zoned street or alley right of way for more than seven (7) consecutive days and  no more than fourteen (14) days cumulative total in any one calendar year….  

ICE RINK COMING THIS WINTER: The city council approved an application for an ice rink at the  tennis courts in Neibaur Park this winter.  

ATV LAWS: With summer fast approaching the use of ATV such as four-wheelers has increased. A  reminder that driving unregistered ATVs on city roads is against the law. ATV may be driven on city roads if they comply  with the following: 

  • Vehicle must be licensed  
  • Operator must be licensed and be carrying license while driving 
  • Helmets must be worn under the age of 18  
  • ATVs cannot be driven on highways or freeways (which includes Center Street in  Sugar City)  
  • Operators must observe ALL roadway laws 
  • ATVs are not allowed in city parks or on schoolgrounds

Please educate your children on these rules to avoid citations. 


 Steve Adams, Mayor 

Wendy McLaughlin, Clerk-Treasurer 

Arlynn Jacobson, Public Works Director 

Quinton Owens, City Building Inspector 

Kimber Jones, Code Enforcement Officer 


Ph: 208-356-7561 Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. P.O. Box 56 – 10 E. Center  Fax: 208-359-2654 Sugar City, ID 83448