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Message From The Mayor

Welcome to the City of Carey website. I hope that you will find here a little taste of what makes Carey so special to all of us. A friendly community nestled in the foothills with many great recreational opportunities including skiing, fishing, hiking, biking, and hunting to name a few

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IMPORTANT UPDATES

We need your opinion on a park survey. To help us decide what features or equipment you would like to see in the City park. Please email us at CityClerk@CityofCarey.org or drop your survey answers in the drop box at the City office.You can also call 208-823-4045 or 208-309-1445.

PARK SURVEY:

1. What is the existing feature most used at the park versus what is the least feature you would like to see put back into the park, if anything?

2. What would be a new feature or equipment you would like to see in the park?

3. What feature or equipment would you not care to have in the park?

City Services

City Council

Randy Patterson – Mayor

Council President
Jon Hoopes – Jon.Hoopes@cityofcarey.org
George Versis – George.Versis@cityofcarey.org
Lane Durtschi – Lane.Durtschi@cityofcarey.org
Ruben Rivera – Ruben.Rivera@cityofcarey.org

Planning And Zoning

Aaron Cook – Aaron.cook@cityofcarey.org (Chair)
Sam D’orazio – Sam.dorazio@cityofcarey.org (Vice-Chair)

Jamie Patterson – Jamie.Patterson@cityofcarey.org
Lane Kirkland – Lane.kirkland@cityofcarey.org
Duane Edgington – Duane.edgington@cityofcarey.org

City Office Hours

The City Clerk’s office is open every Monday from: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., except for Holidays then the office will be open on Tuesday. I am also in the office other days of the week as needed. You can reach me at: 208-823-4045 or 208-309-1445

The P&Z Administrator’s office is open every Monday from : 9:00 am – 4:00 pm except for Holidays then the office will be open on Tuesdays. I am also in the office other days of the week as needed. You can reach me at: 208-720-9981

Permits And Applications Forms

These are the forms you would use for:

Building Permit Application and Procedure 2016

Annexation Application

Conditional Use Permits

Preliminary Plat Subdivision

Final Plat Subdivision

Short plats

Water Quality Report

Summary of previous years water quality for the cities water system. Any Questions contact Bob Simpson at 208-309-0319 or Citypublicworks@cityofcarey.org

2014 Water quality report

2016 Water quality report

Water Payment

This link will take you to Access Idaho were you can make your water and sewer payment. There will be a processing fee through Access Idaho to pay online through this link.

Permits, Applications, Pavilion Rental Payments

This link will take you to access Idaho were you can make a payment for any Permits, Applications or Pavilion Rental.

City Government

Randy Patterson

Randy Patterson

Mayor
George Versis

George Versis

Council person
Jon Hoopes

Jon Hoopes

Council President
Lane Durtchi

Lane Durtchi

Council person
Ruben Rivera

Ruben Rivera

Council person
Jamie Patterson

Jamie Patterson

P & Z Boardmember
Aaron Cook

Aaron Cook

P & Z Chair
Sam D’orazio

Sam D’orazio

P & Z Vice- Chair
Lane Kirkland

Lane Kirkland

P & Z Boardmember
Duane Edgington

Duane Edgington

P & Z Boardmember
Tess Cenarrusa

Tess Cenarrusa

City Clerk
Brandi Hennefer

Brandi Hennefer

Planning & Zoning Admin
Bob Simpson

Bob Simpson

Public Works
Joe Dilworth

Joe Dilworth

Building Inspector
Richard Kimball

Richard Kimball

Public Works

Activities In Carey

Biking

You can also enjoy a trail along Goodales Cutoff…where the Pioneer Mountains meet the lava at Craters of the Moon. This 16-mile ride covers relatively flat terrain along the old pioneer trail with part of the loop circling back on the highway. There is also many trails for biking located in Hailey and Sun Valley are just a short drive from Carey.

Hunting

  • Hunters will find a variety of hunting including big game and birds. For all your hunting licenses and rules: https://idfg.idaho.gov/

Skiing

Carey has lots of beautiful views to be explored by cross country skiing. Carey is also located about 45 minutes from Baldy Mountain and Dollar in Sun Valley, Idaho for lots of downhill skiing.

Fishing

Fishermen will find a variety of fish including largemouth bass, bullhead, bream, bluegill, perch, brown trout and rainbow in our many fishing rivers , lakes and resevoirs. We are located about 7 miles from one of the most famous rivers  called Silver Creek.  Whether you’re spinning, fly fishing or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod, reel or fishing pole and come enjoy Carey. For all your fishing licenses and rules:  https://idfg.idaho.gov/

Hiking

Idaho is a hiker’s paradise. Some of the most beautiful and varied topography in the U.S. is found here, including the the lunar landscape of Craters of the Moon that is located about 16 miles from Carey. Whether you are a novice to hiking or a long-time veteran, you will find trails suited for every ability.

Visit Carey

Blaine Emergency

Blaine Emergency

Blaine Schools

Blaine Schools

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

AlertSense Weather Alerts

AlertSense Weather Alerts

Idaho State Police

Idaho State Police

Idaho Roads

Idaho Roads

USDA Sno Tel

USDA Sno Tel

Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Reclamation

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