Election Information - Find your Polling Location
The next election date is May 19, 2015. For more information, or to find your polling location (use the voter look up tool), go to canyonco.org/elections
Two more accidents occurred in mid-April 2015 at the intersection of State Highway 44 and Murphy Ave. near Burgess Pump. Consequently, the City completed an intersection analysis and decided to close Murphy Ave. to through traffic.
Access is maintained from Murphy Ave. into Burgess Pump and Hometown Family Eye Care. The road closure will be effective until Middleton Road north of the Boise River is constructed.
Middleton Place Park - Closed for Trail Construction April 27 - May 29, 2015
The City was awarded $101,196 from Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to construct an eight-foot asphalt walking-biking trail connecting Roadside Park to Middleton Place Park. Construction will begin April 27 and is scheduled to be completed inside the park at the end of May. During construction the park will closed. If you have questions please call City Hall at 585-3133.
Battle Ball Registration Form
City Seeks Grant to Help Fund Splash Pad in Piccadilly Park
At the January 22, 2015 community meeting, residents gave input on three different design concepts for a splash pad planned in Piccadilly Park. The concept shown below reflects the desired design and features that received the most votes at that meeting.
The 3,000 square foot, zero depth, splash pad features three separate play areas: toddlers zone with mushrooms, flowers, water bubblers (300 sq. ft.) , high use zone with water rings, water tower dumping bucket, ground jets (1900 sq. ft), and teen zone with water cannons, dumping bucket, ground jets (800 sq. ft). The design also features a grassy (artificial turf) shade area, by the toddler zone, for observers who want to be close but not get wet! All features selected for the splash pad are ADA compliant. The design also includes a water storage tank to re-use water from the splash pad to irrigate the park at night.
The City submitted an application to Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to help fund 50% of the splash pad. Residents can contribute to the park through the Pave the Path to the Park brick program. Bricks can be purchased for as low as $50.00, include a personal engraved message, and will become a part of the hardscape surrounding the splash pad. Forms can be obtained on the City website at www.middleton.id.gov or picked up at City Hall.
Pave the Path to the Park Donation Form