Update: 10:30 am 8/6/2017 – Idaho Power reports that the outage threat due to the wildfire has passed. August 6, 2017 8:00 a.m. Update from Blaine County Sheriff – Good Morning: Mammoth Fire Power Update for Sunday 8/6/2017 7:30 am. Idaho Power reports that the endangered transmission line survived last night. It took a pretty good
Blaine County, Idaho will be in the epicenter of the August 21, 2017 total eclipse of the sun. It is expected this unique natural event will attract a large influx of visitors to Blaine County. Since August is already prime vacation season in Blaine County, we can expect everything to be above capacity for nearly
***WARM SPRINGS: Warm Springs Road is open out to Frenchman’s Bend Hot Springs. The Road is still closed beyond the Hot Springs as parts of the road have been washed out – this is past the point where the County maintains the roadway. The Forest Service has been notified.
The Blaine County GIS staff has prepared a new web “flood story” page with current water and flood information for Blaine County: Impacts of a Record Water Year Story Map http://arcg.is/2oGGWMi
Select heading to view the flyer for the meeting. Looking forward to seeing everyone.
May 3, 2017 Update: The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is advising residents that high water flows may impede travel on local roads and/or cause flooding. Residents who live along streams, rivers or Magic Reservoir should remain alert to rising water levels. Please be aware that conditions can change quickly and should plan accordingly. Go to the Blaine County
Blaine County, Idaho is susceptible to flooding. Being well prepared to deal with floods will help make you stay safe and more comfortable. Your Blaine County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) has developed a web page that provides basic safety tips, as well as how to and what to do before, during and after floods. Learn what to do before,
Blaine County, Idaho is susceptible to severe winter storms and extreme cold weather. Being well prepared to deal with them will help make you stay safe and more comfortable. Your Blaine County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) has developed a web page that provides basic safety tips, as well as how to and what to
There are currently no situations to report in Blaine County. If you have an emergency please call 9-1-1.
From Blaine County Road & Bridge Trail Creek Road is now open to all residents. Crews are picking up remaining construction signs and we ask residents to drive cautiously.