Given the growing health concerns related to the coronavirus, it simply is not safe to hold in-person voting. This means, there will be no physical polling locations for the May primary.

Did you catch that? No physical polling locations.

If you want to vote in the primary, you must request a ballot either online through the Secretary of State’s website ( or through your county clerk.
Ballots must be received by the clerk by June 2, 2020
in order to be counted.

Please note, if you plan to vote using an absentee ballot in the 2020 PRIMARY held on 05/19/2020, your completed application must be received in the county office by 8:00 PM on 05/19/2020. The deadline to return your voted absentee ballot is
8:00 PM on 06/02/2020.
Help spread the word about #VoteEarlyIdaho!
Nampa City Council and Planning & Zoning will continue to meet
to advance action items which do not require public hearings
The Nampa City Council voted unanimously March 28, 2020 to postpone public hearings at Nampa City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings effective immediately and for the duration of the State of Idaho’s statewide self-isolate order.

When the stay-home order is lifted, we will reschedule public hearings. The City of Nampa will hold additional meetings to quickly work through the public hearing backlog created due to the impact of the coronavirus.

Applicants who have previously scheduled public hearings will be contacted by City of Nampa staff. If an applicant has a question for a Nampa City Council public hearing, please contact the Clerk’s Office via email or phone 208-468-5415. If an applicant has a question for a Planning & Zoning Commission public hearing, please email or call 208-468-4430.

The Nampa City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission will continue to meet (via video stream) to move the work of the city forward. Action requiring a public hearing will resume as soon as the “stay-home” order is lifted. The City of Nampa will move the public hearing process forward quickly and as soon as possible. The public will be able to watch the meetings “live or later” online at

The next Nampa City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 6, 2020 and the agenda will be posted at by 5 p.m. April 2. The next Nampa Planning and Zoning Commission meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 14, 2020 and the agenda will be posted at  by 5 p.m. April 9.
The United States Census will inform how $675 billion in federal funding will be spent on funds for schools lunches, access to affordable healthcare, parks and recreation, neighborhood improvements, and other resources your family and the Nampa community depends upon.

We ask every household to take a few moments and
take the US Census today!
El conteo del censo determinará nuestro futuro: fondos para lonches escolares, atención médica económicamente accesible, parques y recreación, mejorar el vecindario y otros recursos de los que depende su familia y comunidad. Los siguientes materiales del censo están disponibles para la población latinx (latina, latina, etc.) difícil de contar. Todos los archivos descargables son archivos PDF que se pueden compartir. Haga clic para descargar.

Todas las respuestas al censo son seguras y confidenciales. Su información está protegida por la ley y no se puede compartir con ninguna agencia de aplicación de la ley, incluidas las agencias de inmigración y la policía local.
For the third year in a row, Mayor Kling and the City of Nampa invite residents within city limits to take a community survey - Your Voice Matters! The results of the survey help inform future funding decisions.

The City of Nampa is working diligently to reduce property taxes and ensure quality services meet the needs of our citizens. We are working hard to be good stewards of tax dollars. Your feedback will help guide future funding decisions.
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