Your weekly advisory from the Canyon County Parks & Rec Department regarding things like wildfire danger updates, weather advisories, park closures and upcoming events.
Canyon County's Mental Health Court and Veterans Court Coordinator, Dona Butler, was recently recognized by Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter for her service to the Idaho Council on Developmental Disabilities.
The Canyon County Juvenile Justice Partnership has partnered with the First Tee of Idaho to host the First Tee - Second Chance Golf Tournament on Friday, June 26 at Ridgecrest Golf Club.
From country music to clashing metal you’ll be sure to “Find Your Fun” at the 2015 Canyon County Fair scheduled for July 23 – July 26. This year’s Fair talent line-up features some of today’s biggest country stars, and new this year, full metal jousting—all FREE with paid fair admission.
Lt. Ben Keyes of the Canyon County Sheriff's Office has been named the Idaho Marine Officer of the Year by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.
The Canyon County Fleet Department has been named as one of “The 100 Best Fleets in the Americas” by American City & County Magazine.
The Canyon County Sheriff's Office has partnered with the Nampa Family Justice Center, Advocates Against Family Violence, and numerous other local law enforcement agencies to launch the Start by Believing campaign in Canyon County. The public awareness campaign is designed to improve the public response to sexual assault.
The minimum fee at Pickles Butte Sanitary Landfill will increase to $5.00 for both Canyon County and Owyhee County residents starting April 1, 2015.
Canyon County Weed and Gopher Control Superintendent Jim Martell has been selected as the 2014 Superintendent of the Year by the Idaho Weed Control Superintendents Association.