The City of Twin Falls has commissioned needs assessment surveys to help create a comprehensive plan for the development of a Community Center. Residents’ input is important to tailoring a plan that reflects the community’s aspirations and needs.
The City of Twin Falls is seeking volunteers to fill seven at-large openings on a citizen advisory committee that will explore the feasibility of remodeling or building four fire stations in our community.
Contractors will begin paving the Eastland/Pole Line Expansion Project beginning July 9 through July 27. Paving will require intermittent closures of street accesses on the east side of Eastland Drive.
Contractors will close the eastbound lane on Pheasant Road West between Washington Street South and Valencia Street beginning Wednesday, June 13 through July 24.
On Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 10:16 p.m. Twin Falls Police Officers were dispatched to a disturbance at 2nd Avenue East and Ketchum Street East.....
Twin Falls Police Detective Josh Hayes selected to represent Idaho Law Enforcement during the 2018 USA Special Olympics Torch Run Final Leg.
The Twin Falls City Pool will offer beginner water polo camps for youth in August. Early registration is encouraged to ensure a spot. The two youth camps will be for ages 7 to 12 years old and will introduce participants to the fundamentals of water polo.
The city has reopened Dierkes Lake Park after test results showed the discoloration in the lake is not harmful. Tests showed that the lake’s vivid green hue is the result of Carteria — a normal algae growth that is not harmful to humans, pets or wildlife.
The City of Twin Falls will charge vehicle fees to Shoshone Falls Park and Dierkes Lake beginning Friday, March 30 through the end of September. The city charges vehicle fees during spring and summer to help cover the cost of park maintenance.