Commissioner District 3
Our mission is to serve the public with honesty and integrity, to provide affordable and efficient government services, and to promote values that ensure quality of life for present and future generations of Canyon County residents.
Pam White was elected to the District 3 Canyon County Commissioner seat in 2016 and re-elected in 2018. Pam has been a Canyon County resident for over 20 years. Her grandchildren are fifth-generation Canyon County citizens.
Residing in Nampa, Pam and her husband are just a ten-minute drive from their daughter, son-in-law, and two teenage grandchildren.
Commissioner White refers to herself as a public servant. She has served on the boards of several Nampa organizations, including:
* St. Alphonsus Hospital, Nampa Board of Directors; Chair 2015-2016
* St. Alphonsus Health System Regional Board
* Nampa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Chair 2007-2008
* Boys and Girls Club
* Syringa House
* God & Country Family Festival
Commissioner White is also a current facilitator of Leadership Nampa, a monthly leadership training program.
Pam was in management with Home Federal Bank when she retired from the retail banking industry. She had her insurance, investments, and securities licensing as well as a Real Estate license, which she has maintained in an inactive status.
Prior to her election as a County Commissioner, she was appointed to the City of Nampa Planning & Zoning Commission in 2004. Following 3 ½ years of this assignment, she was elected to the Nampa City Council in 2007, where she served for 9 ½ years. Her City Council service included liaison representation to the Rural Fire District, the Library Board, the Nampa Airport Commission, the Golf Commission, and a member of the Idaho Center Advisory Board.
Family is her priority. Most all activities are central to family involvement and celebrated as once-in-a-lifetime opportunities not to be missed.
Being an avid outdoor enthusiast, she skis – water, snow, jet – and standup paddleboarding and snowboarding are also on her list of outdoor activities. Golf, while she enjoys it, is a personal challenge.
Pam believes that public service is an honor and a tremendous privilege. Her faith in God is the foundation of who she is, why she serves and how she governs.
1115 Albany St. Rm101
Caldwell, ID 83605
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