City of Nezperce, Idaho Est. 1895

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Statistical Data  
Population: 466 *
Elevation: 3,202 feet
Precipitation:  22 inches **
Average Snowfall: 45 inches **
Temperature Range (average) – Fahrenheit: **
Spring: 29 to 63
Summer: 45 to 81
Fall: 28 to 71
Winter: 22 to 41

* U.S. Census 2010 Population change since 2000: -10.9% **Historical averages

Nezperce, the county seat of Lewis County, is located on the Nezperce Prairie, a broad plateau in the eastern part of the county.  The Clearwater River is located about 10 to 20 miles to the east and north.  The Clearwater National Forest lies 26 miles northeast and the Nez Perce National Forest is 30 miles southeast.

Orofino lies 24 miles north, Grangeville 24 miles south, Kamiah 16 miles east and Lewiston 58 miles west.

Nezperce is in the heart of the Nezperce Prairie. Extending beyond the City in all directions is the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. The City was named for the Nez Perce Indian Tribe – the name is French for “pierced nose”, although they did not practice nose-piercing. The Nez Perce’s name for themselves is Nimi’ipuu (pronounced Nee-Me-Poo), which means simply “the people” or “we the people”

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IMPORTANT MESSAGES/NOTICES

City Minutes


NEZPERCE CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
Tuesday - February 13, 2018 - 5:30 p.m.
City Hall - 502 5th St

Check out Resolution No. R-2018-1

NOTES FROM CITY HALL:

Dog Tags:  Every dog in the Nezperce City Limits is required to have a dog tag, whether they never leave the yard or not.
Dog tags must be renewed every year.  Tags are $5 for the first dog, $10 for the second and $15 for the third ($30 for three dogs).
The 2018 dog tags are now available at City Hall, Monday-Thursday.
Building Permits are required PRIOR to work being done,
Demolition is okay but construction requires a building permit within the Nezperce City Limits.  Any questions, please contact City Hall.
If doing a major window replace project this also falls under the need for a Building Permit prior to the work.
If you have questions, best to check in with Nezperce City Hall.
**If you are doing a big project you are required to get your own dumpster - the roll-offs located by the Nezperce School are not for large construction project debris.

Garbage Totes:  With snow falling and plows needing to get through, please remove your garbage totes quickly Thursday morning after collection.

(click below for more info on recycling)
RECYCLE PROPERLY PLEASE.  NO plastic bags; NO lids on bottles; NO plastic container that held fruit, mac salad, etc.
Paper bags may be left in the newspaper bin.
Things have to be physically corrected prior to the hauling of the recycling bins when the directions are not followed.

Click on the icon below to see what is happening with the building of the new Nezperce Regional Emergency Services project.

Nezperce Regional Emergency Services


Nezperce Prairie Day - July 13 & 14, 2018 

 

 

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City of Nezperce, Idaho - Regular City Council Meeting Agenda January 9, 2018

City Minutes

                                                                                 NEZPERCE CITY COUNCIL
                                                                                     REGULAR MEETING
                                                                                              AGENDA

                                                        
DATE OF MEETING: - Tuesday January 9, 2017              TIME: 5:30 PM 

PLACE:  City Hall, 502 5th Avenue 

I.         CALL TO ORDER

II.        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.       ROLL CALL 

IV.       AMENDMENT TO AGENDA

V.         MINUITES
           A.        Minutes of the Meeting held on 12/5/17

VI.      BILLS AND CLAIMS
           A.        Regular Bills and Payroll Disbursements;

VII.      BUSINESS TO BE CONDUCTED
          
A.  Swearing in of Councilpersons Lyons and Jensen;
           B.  Multi Hazard Mitigation Update Plan – Bob West;
          
C.  Letter of Intent for DEQ – JUB Contract – Amy Uptmor;
          
D.  2018 Liquor Licenses;
          
E.  Deed – Lot 17 of Block 24, City to Leitch;
          
F.  Comprehensive Plan Training;
          
G. Volunteer of the Year;
          
H.  Fire Station Update;
          
I.   Equipment;           

VIII.    DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS
              A.  Maintenance

             
B.  Clerk

             
C.  Fire Department – No Report
 

IX.       COUNCIL COMMENT                                               

X.        PUBLIC COMMENT           

XI.       ADJOURNMENT                       

Other/Upcoming Events:

 

Holidays – January 15th

City Officials Day at the Capitol – January 23 in Boise  


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City of Nezperce, Idaho - Regular City Council Meeting December 5, 2017

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(Minutes subject to council approval)
CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO
REGULAR MEETING
December 5, 2017 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE NEZPERCE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO, HELD ON December 5, 2017.  

PLACE:  Nezperce City Hall, 502 5th Ave. 

I.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY MAYOR STEVE A. BATEMAN AT 5:00 P.M. (time was moved up due to the scheduling of a school Christmas concert).  

II. Pledge of Allegiance:  The pledge was led by Mayor Bateman.

III. PRESENT were Councilmembers Steve Bateman, Jerry Elven, Mike Jensen, James Zenner, Tyler Nelson, Maintenance Supervisor Craig Cardwell and Clerk-Treasurer Rhonda Schmidt.  Guest in attendance was resident (newly elected councilwoman) Michelle Lyons.