Idaho state parks - a beautiful place to play and stay!

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is to improve the quality of life in Idaho through outdoor recreation and resource stewardship.

Our Vision

We are innovators in outdoor recreation, committed to excellent service and resource stewardship. We foster experiences that renew the human spirit and promote community vitality.

What We Do

IDPR manages 30 state parks throughout every region of Idaho and the registration programs for boats, snowmobiles and other off-highway vehicles (OHV). Money from these registration programs goes back to users to develop and maintain trails, facilities and programs. IDPR also provides free education courses for boaters and OHV operators.  

We also manage several outdoor recreation grant programs that provide facilities and services to a wide variety of recreationists and the local governmental and nongovernmental organizations that serve them. You can learn more about these programs under "Grants and Funding."


IDPR Board and Director

The Idaho Park and Recreation Board provides citizen oversight for the agency. Board members are appointed by the governor to six-year terms. The Board appoints and supervises the agency director. 

Agency Statutes

Statutes directly applying to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.

Agency Rules

Rules directly applying to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.

Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative

The Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative (IRTI) is a coalition of state and federal agencies and others dedicated to providing Idaho citizens and visitors with expanded recreation opportunities. Click here to access information about the intiative.

IDPR's core values include integrity, compassion, service, stewardship and commitment. We protect the resources that are entrusted to us, we strive to help visitors experience those resources in a positive way and we endeavor to be vital members of the communities in which we operate.

See all About Parks & Recreation events


Contact IDPR

Click below to jump to IDPR programs

Directory of Personnel 

If you know the name of the person you are trying to reach, email addresses and telephone numbers are available in the Idaho State Directory.

Headquarters
 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
 
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83716
 
Phone: 208-334-4199 
FAX: 208-334-5253

Headquarters Administration
 

Director
208-514-2250
 
Keith Hobbs
Operations Administrator
208-514-2450

Anna Canning
Management Services Administrator
208-514-2252
 
 
Director's Administrative Assistant
208-514-2251
 
Communication Manager
208-514-2254
 
Financial Officer
208-514-2460
 
Kristy Bobish-Thompson
Human Resource Officer 
208-514-2257
 
Tammy Kolsky
Reservation Program Manager
208-514-2427
 
Development Bureau Chief
208-514-2456

Richard Novotny 
Engineer Manager
208-514-2452
 
Manager, MIS
208-514-2440

Mackenzie Stone
Registration Supervisor
208-514-2458

 

 

Regional Park Offices

David White

North Idaho Region Parks Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
2885 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East & South Idaho Region Parks Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401
208-525-7121
FAX 208-525-7123
 

Grants and Funding Programs
 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
P.O. Box 83720
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83716
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
State and Federal Grant Manager
208-514-2431
 
South Region Grant Specialist
1-208-514-2432
 
North Region Grant Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
North Region Office
2885 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East Region Grant Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401 
208-525-7121
Fax: 208-525-7123

 

Recreation Programs 


P.O. Box 83720
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83720-0065
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
Recreation Resources Bureau Chief
208-514-2410
 
Off-Highway Vehicle Program Manager
208-514-2411
 
Non-Motorized Trails Program Manager 
208-514-2419
 
Boating Program Manager 
208-514-2412
 
South Region Trails Specialist
208-514-2413
 
North Region Trails Specialist
2750 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East Region Trails Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401
208-525-7121
Fax: 208-525-7123
 
 
Boating Education Safety Coordinator
Juelie Traska
(208) 514-2417
 
Boating Law Enforcement Training Coordinator

Randy Herman
randy.herman@idpr.idaho.gov
(208) 799-5126

Boating Safety Education Trainer
Ed Lyon
(208) 390-2622
 
Boating Program Specialist
Sadie Kennel
(208) 514-2426

Employment
 

Payroll / Benefits / Recruitment
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
208-514-2491
Fax: 208-334-3741

 
Volunteer Services and Seasonal Hiring

 
Volunteer Services / Seasonal Hiring
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
208-514-2493
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
 
 
 
 

IDPR Documents and Downloads

Click the titles below to view or download Idaho Department of Parks and Recreations planning documents, rules and more. 

IDPR Organization Chart

IDPR Strategic Plan

State of Idaho Administrative Rules for IDPR

IDPR Board Minutes and Agendas

IDPR Board Policy

IDPR Policies and Procedures

Vendor Manual

To search for IDPR Rules, check the Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator website.

 

 

 

 

Looking for park or activity brochures?

Order an IDPR related publication


IDPR Grants and Funding

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation provides a variety of funding programs and grants to government entities in Idaho for the provision of equipment and for the creation and renovation of outdoor recreational facilities. For more information about individual grant and funding programs, click on the links below. 

Grant Rules 

Rules governing the administration of the IDPR State and Federal Grant Funds

Grant Manual and Application

2016 Grant Manual

Grant Programs

Funding Programs

 
 
 

County Recreational Grant Awards

Money collected from the registration of boats and off-highway vehicles goes directly back to the users through grant awards for docks, enforcement, trail maintenance, facilities, programs, improvements and much more.  Click on the calendar year below to view a PDF outlining a county-by-county review of how recreation grants have been allocated.

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

 


History of Idaho State Parks

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation owes its existence largely to the vision of one man, Governor Robert E. Smylie. He looked into the future and saw a professionally managed system of state parks available for the enjoyment of all Idaho’s citizens and visitors. He kept that vision in mind when Roland and Averell Harriman offered to donate their beloved Railroad Ranch to the state if a professional managing agency was put in place before the transfer of their generous gift would take place.
 
Others took up this vision and, when the opportunity presented itself, added recreation to the agency’s charge to take advantage of the new federal Land and Water Conservation Fund in 1966. The agency became the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, and through that federal program helped countless cities and counties across the state fulfill their own outdoor recreation visions in their individual communities.
Director Steve Bly with Gladys and Roland Harriman
Steve Bly with Gladys and Roland Harriman
Since 1965, the Department has been governed by a six-person board with each member representing a different geographic area of the state. The board has the power "to appoint a director to serve at its discretion" (Title 67, Chapter 42, Idaho Code).
 

 

Past Directors

1966- 1971
Wilhelm A Beckert
 

1971-1975

Steve Bly

 

1976-1984

Dale R. Christiansen

 

1984-1987

Robert L. Meinen

 

1987-2001

Yvonne Ferrell 

 

2001-2004

Rick Collignon

 

2004-2009

Robert L. Meinen

 

2009-2014

Nancy Merrill

 

2014-Current

David R. Langhorst

 

 

Do What You Love, Love What You Do

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is an organization of dedicated and extraordinary people; people who are building parks and providing recreational opportunities that make the incredible quality of life we enjoy in Idaho and where the spirit and beauty of Idaho is preserved and available to all. 
 

How to Apply

Applying for a job with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is easy. The Idaho Department of Human Resources allows you to apply online or download the application and exam from the DHR website and mail the information to us at: 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
Human Resources
P O Box 83720
Boise ID 83720-0065
 
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation participates in the E-Verify program an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees.

Become a seasonal employee!

Why spend the summer indoors when you can work outside in a beautiful state park?  Idaho State Parks offers a variety of seasonal employment opportunities. Click here for more information and to apply for seasonal employment opportunities.What kinds of work do seasonal employees perform?

  • Building and ground maintenance
  • Public Relations
  • Retail
  • Clerical
  • Interpretive 
  • Resource management
  • Marine assistance

Volunteer!

Spread your wings in some of the Idaho's most spectacular places! Volunteer at an Idaho State Park with an old growth forest, a trout-filled stream or a pristine mountain lake.  How about helping maintain trails, teach boating safety, or work at a visitor center?  As part of our team, volunteers provide essential services with a personal touch. You can make visitors' experiences more enjoyable and complete. Your volunteer efforts help preserve Idaho's natural treasures for generations to come.


Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation News and Alerts

Check out the latest agency news and alerts.

Media Relations Contact

Jennifer Okerlund
Communications Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
Ph: (208) 514-2254
Fax: (208) 334-5232

 

 


Follow Idaho's State Parks and Recreation Programs on Facebook for
current events!

 

2013 Legislation Information

Agency Overview 2013

 


Idaho Park Visitation and Recreation Statistics

Do you need to know how many ATVs are registered in Idaho or how many people visited state parks last year?  Live links are highighted in blue. Unlinked headings are under development.

Visitation Statistics

Day Use
2012/2013

Camping
2012
2013

Idaho Recreational Vehicle Registration Statistics

Off-Highway Vehicle Registrations (ATV, UTV, SOHV and Motorbike)

Idaho RV Registrations

Idaho Snowmobile Registrations

Idaho Boat Registrations

Idaho Recreational Vehicle Registration Data

Please read: How to interpret this data

Boat Data

Snowmobile Data


About the Director

David Langhorst became director of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) in August, 2014.

Prior to joining IDPR, Langhorst served as a Commissioner for the Idaho State Tax Commission. He also served as a State Senator in the Idaho Legislature from 2002 to 2008, and on several Boards of Directors throughout Idaho and on a national level.

Langhorst has a long history of public service, a strong desire to move the mission of the agency forward, and is excited to begin relating and interacting with all of the diverse groups that IDPR serves.

 

Learn more about Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation's 30 state parks and free boating, ATV/Motorbike and snowmobile courses!

See all About Parks & Recreation events


The Idaho Park and Recreation Board

The Idaho Park and Recreation Board provides citizen oversight for the agency. Board members are appointed by the governor to six-year terms. No more than three members can be from a single party. Each member represents one of six districts of the state. The Board appoints and supervises the agency director. 

 

Minutes and Agendas

Board Policy

2013 Board Goals

 

District 1

TOM CRIMMINS
12662 N Avondale Loop
Hayden Lake, ID 83835
(208) 762-2298
Appointed July 2010
Term Expires June 2016
Independent |Retired Forester/OHV Trails Consultant
 
 

District 2

RANDY DOMAN, Vice Chair
PO Box 186
Cottonwood, ID 83522
(208) 962-7716
Appointed July 2010
Term Expires June 2015
Democrat |County Commissioner/Rancher/Wildland Fire Manager
 

District 3

SUSAN BUXTON
950 W. Bannock St. Suite 520
Boise, ID 83702
(208) 331-1800
Appointed August 2012
Term Expires: 2018
Republican | Attorney
 

District 4

CHARLES H. CORRELL, Chair
720 E. Ave. C.
Jerome, ID 83338
(208) 324-4813
Appointed: January 2012
Term Expires: June 2019
Republican | Public Accountant
 

District 5

JEAN McDEVITT
1865 Sunrise Way
Pocatello, ID 83201
(208) 233-3131
Appointed July 1997
Term Expires June 2015
Democrat |Dental Hygienist
 

District 6

ROBERT HANSEN
1279 Twin Butte Rd
Menan ID 83434
(208) 754-0030
Appointed July 2011
Term Expires July 2017
Republican |Financial Planner
 

 

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is to improve the quality of life in Idaho through outdoor recreation and resource stewardship.

Our Vision

We are innovators in outdoor recreation, committed to excellent service and resource stewardship. We foster experiences that renew the human spirit and promote community vitality.

What We Do

IDPR manages 30 state parks throughout every region of Idaho and the registration programs for boats, snowmobiles and other off-highway vehicles (OHV). Money from these registration programs goes back to users to develop and maintain trails, facilities and programs. IDPR also provides free education courses for boaters and OHV operators.  

We also manage several outdoor recreation grant programs that provide facilities and services to a wide variety of recreationists and the local governmental and nongovernmental organizations that serve them. You can learn more about these programs under "Grants and Funding."


IDPR Board and Director

The Idaho Park and Recreation Board provides citizen oversight for the agency. Board members are appointed by the governor to six-year terms. The Board appoints and supervises the agency director. 

Agency Statutes

Statutes directly applying to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.

Agency Rules

Rules directly applying to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.

Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative

The Idaho Recreation and Tourism Initiative (IRTI) is a coalition of state and federal agencies and others dedicated to providing Idaho citizens and visitors with expanded recreation opportunities. Click here to access information about the intiative.

IDPR's core values include integrity, compassion, service, stewardship and commitment. We protect the resources that are entrusted to us, we strive to help visitors experience those resources in a positive way and we endeavor to be vital members of the communities in which we operate.

See all About Parks & Recreation events

Contact IDPR

Click below to jump to IDPR programs

Directory of Personnel 

If you know the name of the person you are trying to reach, email addresses and telephone numbers are available in the Idaho State Directory.

Headquarters
 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
 
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83716
 
Phone: 208-334-4199 
FAX: 208-334-5253

Headquarters Administration
 

Director
208-514-2250
 
Keith Hobbs
Operations Administrator
208-514-2450

Anna Canning
Management Services Administrator
208-514-2252
 
 
Director's Administrative Assistant
208-514-2251
 
Communication Manager
208-514-2254
 
Financial Officer
208-514-2460
 
Kristy Bobish-Thompson
Human Resource Officer 
208-514-2257
 
Tammy Kolsky
Reservation Program Manager
208-514-2427
 
Development Bureau Chief
208-514-2456

Richard Novotny 
Engineer Manager
208-514-2452
 
Manager, MIS
208-514-2440

Mackenzie Stone
Registration Supervisor
208-514-2458

 

 

Regional Park Offices

David White

North Idaho Region Parks Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
2885 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East & South Idaho Region Parks Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401
208-525-7121
FAX 208-525-7123
 

Grants and Funding Programs
 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
P.O. Box 83720
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83716
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
State and Federal Grant Manager
208-514-2431
 
South Region Grant Specialist
1-208-514-2432
 
North Region Grant Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
North Region Office
2885 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East Region Grant Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401 
208-525-7121
Fax: 208-525-7123

 

Recreation Programs 


P.O. Box 83720
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Boise, ID 83720-0065
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
Recreation Resources Bureau Chief
208-514-2410
 
Off-Highway Vehicle Program Manager
208-514-2411
 
Non-Motorized Trails Program Manager 
208-514-2419
 
Boating Program Manager 
208-514-2412
 
South Region Trails Specialist
208-514-2413
 
North Region Trails Specialist
2750 Kathleen Avenue, Suite 1
Coeur d'Alene ID 83815
208-769-1511
Fax: 208-769-1418
 
East Region Trails Specialist
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
4279 Commerce Circle, Suite B 
Idaho Falls ID 83401
208-525-7121
Fax: 208-525-7123
 
 
Boating Education Safety Coordinator
Juelie Traska
(208) 514-2417
 
Boating Law Enforcement Training Coordinator

Randy Herman
randy.herman@idpr.idaho.gov
(208) 799-5126

Boating Safety Education Trainer
Ed Lyon
(208) 390-2622
 
Boating Program Specialist
Sadie Kennel
(208) 514-2426

Employment
 

Payroll / Benefits / Recruitment
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
208-514-2491
Fax: 208-334-3741

 
Volunteer Services and Seasonal Hiring

 
Volunteer Services / Seasonal Hiring
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0065
208-514-2493
Fax: 208-334-3741
 
 
 
 
 

IDPR Documents and Downloads

Click the titles below to view or download Idaho Department of Parks and Recreations planning documents, rules and more. 

IDPR Organization Chart

IDPR Strategic Plan

State of Idaho Administrative Rules for IDPR

IDPR Board Minutes and Agendas

IDPR Board Policy

IDPR Policies and Procedures

Vendor Manual

To search for IDPR Rules, check the Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator website.

 

 

 

 

Looking for park or activity brochures?

Order an IDPR related publication

IDPR Grants and Funding

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation provides a variety of funding programs and grants to government entities in Idaho for the provision of equipment and for the creation and renovation of outdoor recreational facilities. For more information about individual grant and funding programs, click on the links below. 

Grant Rules 

Rules governing the administration of the IDPR State and Federal Grant Funds

Grant Manual and Application

2016 Grant Manual

Grant Programs

Funding Programs

 
 
 

County Recreational Grant Awards

Money collected from the registration of boats and off-highway vehicles goes directly back to the users through grant awards for docks, enforcement, trail maintenance, facilities, programs, improvements and much more.  Click on the calendar year below to view a PDF outlining a county-by-county review of how recreation grants have been allocated.

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

 

History of Idaho State Parks

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation owes its existence largely to the vision of one man, Governor Robert E. Smylie. He looked into the future and saw a professionally managed system of state parks available for the enjoyment of all Idaho’s citizens and visitors. He kept that vision in mind when Roland and Averell Harriman offered to donate their beloved Railroad Ranch to the state if a professional managing agency was put in place before the transfer of their generous gift would take place.
 
Others took up this vision and, when the opportunity presented itself, added recreation to the agency’s charge to take advantage of the new federal Land and Water Conservation Fund in 1966. The agency became the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, and through that federal program helped countless cities and counties across the state fulfill their own outdoor recreation visions in their individual communities.
Director Steve Bly with Gladys and Roland Harriman
Steve Bly with Gladys and Roland Harriman
Since 1965, the Department has been governed by a six-person board with each member representing a different geographic area of the state. The board has the power "to appoint a director to serve at its discretion" (Title 67, Chapter 42, Idaho Code).
 

 

Past Directors

1966- 1971
Wilhelm A Beckert
 

1971-1975

Steve Bly

 

1976-1984

Dale R. Christiansen

 

1984-1987

Robert L. Meinen

 

1987-2001

Yvonne Ferrell 

 

2001-2004

Rick Collignon

 

2004-2009

Robert L. Meinen

 

2009-2014

Nancy Merrill

 

2014-Current

David R. Langhorst

 

 

Do What You Love, Love What You Do

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is an organization of dedicated and extraordinary people; people who are building parks and providing recreational opportunities that make the incredible quality of life we enjoy in Idaho and where the spirit and beauty of Idaho is preserved and available to all. 
 

How to Apply

Applying for a job with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is easy. The Idaho Department of Human Resources allows you to apply online or download the application and exam from the DHR website and mail the information to us at: 

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
Human Resources
P O Box 83720
Boise ID 83720-0065
 
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation participates in the E-Verify program an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees.

Become a seasonal employee!

Why spend the summer indoors when you can work outside in a beautiful state park?  Idaho State Parks offers a variety of seasonal employment opportunities. Click here for more information and to apply for seasonal employment opportunities.What kinds of work do seasonal employees perform?

  • Building and ground maintenance
  • Public Relations
  • Retail
  • Clerical
  • Interpretive 
  • Resource management
  • Marine assistance

Volunteer!

Spread your wings in some of the Idaho's most spectacular places! Volunteer at an Idaho State Park with an old growth forest, a trout-filled stream or a pristine mountain lake.  How about helping maintain trails, teach boating safety, or work at a visitor center?  As part of our team, volunteers provide essential services with a personal touch. You can make visitors' experiences more enjoyable and complete. Your volunteer efforts help preserve Idaho's natural treasures for generations to come.

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation News and Alerts

Check out the latest agency news and alerts.

Media Relations Contact

Jennifer Okerlund
Communications Manager
Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
Ph: (208) 514-2254
Fax: (208) 334-5232

 

 


Follow Idaho's State Parks and Recreation Programs on Facebook for
current events!

 

2013 Legislation Information

Agency Overview 2013

 

Idaho Park Visitation and Recreation Statistics

Do you need to know how many ATVs are registered in Idaho or how many people visited state parks last year?  Live links are highighted in blue. Unlinked headings are under development.

Visitation Statistics

Day Use
2012/2013

Camping
2012
2013

Idaho Recreational Vehicle Registration Statistics

Off-Highway Vehicle Registrations (ATV, UTV, SOHV and Motorbike)

Idaho RV Registrations

Idaho Snowmobile Registrations

Idaho Boat Registrations

Idaho Recreational Vehicle Registration Data

Please read: How to interpret this data

Boat Data

Snowmobile Data

About the Director

David Langhorst became director of the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) in August, 2014.

Prior to joining IDPR, Langhorst served as a Commissioner for the Idaho State Tax Commission. He also served as a State Senator in the Idaho Legislature from 2002 to 2008, and on several Boards of Directors throughout Idaho and on a national level.

Langhorst has a long history of public service, a strong desire to move the mission of the agency forward, and is excited to begin relating and interacting with all of the diverse groups that IDPR serves.

 

Learn more about Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation's 30 state parks and free boating, ATV/Motorbike and snowmobile courses!

See all About Parks & Recreation events

The Idaho Park and Recreation Board

The Idaho Park and Recreation Board provides citizen oversight for the agency. Board members are appointed by the governor to six-year terms. No more than three members can be from a single party. Each member represents one of six districts of the state. The Board appoints and supervises the agency director. 

 

Minutes and Agendas

Board Policy

2013 Board Goals

 

District 1

TOM CRIMMINS
12662 N Avondale Loop
Hayden Lake, ID 83835
(208) 762-2298
Appointed July 2010
Term Expires June 2016
Independent |Retired Forester/OHV Trails Consultant
 
 

District 2

RANDY DOMAN, Vice Chair
PO Box 186
Cottonwood, ID 83522
(208) 962-7716
Appointed July 2010
Term Expires June 2015
Democrat |County Commissioner/Rancher/Wildland Fire Manager
 

District 3

SUSAN BUXTON
950 W. Bannock St. Suite 520
Boise, ID 83702
(208) 331-1800
Appointed August 2012
Term Expires: 2018
Republican | Attorney
 

District 4

CHARLES H. CORRELL, Chair
720 E. Ave. C.
Jerome, ID 83338
(208) 324-4813
Appointed: January 2012
Term Expires: June 2019
Republican | Public Accountant
 

District 5

JEAN McDEVITT
1865 Sunrise Way
Pocatello, ID 83201
(208) 233-3131
Appointed July 1997
Term Expires June 2015
Democrat |Dental Hygienist
 

District 6

ROBERT HANSEN
1279 Twin Butte Rd
Menan ID 83434
(208) 754-0030
Appointed July 2011
Term Expires July 2017
Republican |Financial Planner