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Honeysuckle Beach Study is Complete!
The Honeysuckle Beach Study is complete! Thank you to all those that participated in the Working Group and the public for providing valuable input throughout this study. While no decisions were made regarding the current facility, the City Council has accepted the Final Report.
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The City of Hayden is Requesting Proposals for the Honeysuckle Beach Concessions.  Proposals are due by May 13, 2022. Read More
Regional Housing & Growth Issues Partnership
Representatives from the City of Hayden have joined other municipalities and community members to launch the Regional Housing and Growth Issues Partnership in response to heightened concerns of spikes in housing prices and in-migration numbers. Visit their website for more information.
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Preparing for Snow FAQ
Welcome to Winter in Hayden! Snow accumulation is an ongoing expectation for the next few months. See our Preparing for Snow FAQ for information on what to expect during a snow event.
The registry will provide information to the public about local businesses and allow improved communication from the City to businesses. Register your business today! Read More

The lawsuit brought by North Idaho Building Contractors Association (NIBCA) and Termac Construction against the City has, after more than 7 years, been settled.   Going forward, both parties are committed to working closer together on issues that affect both parties. 

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The City of Hayden Veterans Commission is proud to offer community and area residents the opportunity to place the name of a veteran on brick pavers as part of the PFC Robert J. Gordon Veterans Memorial Plaza in front of Hayden City Hall. Read More