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Payette Pool

The Payette Pool is the perfect place to be on those hot, summer days! Pool patrons enjoy a full size indoor pool, a full size outdoor pool, and a wading pool for the kiddies. Exercise classes, adult lap swim time, and pool rentals are available in addition to regular swim time and swimming lessons. For [...]

By | June 9th, 2015|Local News|Comments Off on Payette Pool

Free Fishing Day to be held in Payette – June 13th

Atwood Pond in Payette will host a Free Fishing Day event June 13. Registration begins at 8 a.m. for Kids Conservation Day at the pond. The event is hosted by Safari Club International, Howard’s Tackle Shop and Idaho Fish and Game. The Atwood Pond is located on Idaho 52 north of the Lion’s Park. From [...]

By | June 8th, 2015|Local News|Comments Off on Free Fishing Day to be held in Payette – June 13th

Fruitland Lions Club – Accepting Sponsorships

The Fruitland Lions Club is now accepting sponsorships for the lamp posts on SW 3rd Street. Sponsorship of $75.00 will include a flower basket and plaque. Please send sponsorship form with check to: Fruitland Lions P.O. Box 702 Fruitland, Idaho 83619 For further information, contact Lucinda at 452-5070

By | April 24th, 2015|Local News|Comments Off on Fruitland Lions Club – Accepting Sponsorships

Important Notice – Making changes to email

Email Transition - Frequently Asked Questions Wildblue and Exede satellite users with fmtcblue.com e-mail addresses are not affected by this change.   Click here to get the lastest information on this change.

By | February 23rd, 2015|FMTC News|Comments Off on Important Notice – Making changes to email

Ordinance Corner

  By Lois Silva   Beginning December 1 you may renew your dog license for the 2015 year. The cost for licenses for neutered or spayed dogs is $10; $20 for non-altered animals.   Meanwhile, the City has a new section on the cityofpayette.com web site. We created a section for impounded dogs. Go to [...]

By | February 23rd, 2015|Local News|0 Comments