Hailey E-Bike and Alternative Electric Motor Vehicle Rules

Hailey Rules for E-bikes and Alternative Electric Motor Vehicles Roads In Idaho, all bikes are defined as vehicles and may ride in the road. Bikes are required to ride as close to the side of the road as practical when riding slower than traffic; a full lane is permitted when traveling at the speed of…

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Mayor Burke Gives 2024 State of the City Report

Mayor Burke Gives State of the City Report Mayor Martha Burke will give her State of the City Report to the Hailey City Council and full audience on March 11, 2024. Much like the president’s State of the Union address, the State of the City report celebrates the community and government accomplishments, identifies challenges, and…

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Protect your Pipes

FREEZING PIPES Be prepared – don’t let your pipes freeze this winter! With little insulating snow cover on the ground, and cooler temps be sure to: Ensure pipes are properly insulated Keep your home thermostat set to 55 degrees during cold weather Open cabinet doors to warm pipes Use water frequently to keep pipes from…

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Volunteer Fire Department

Hailey Volunteer Fire Department Did you know that about 65% of communities in the United States are served by a combination of full-time and volunteer firefighters?  Hailey is proud to have operated under that model since the late 1800s. Hailey has five (5) full-time fire department personnel and a roster of 25 volunteer firefighters.  Volunteer…

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Hailey Towing Policy

Don’t be towed when it snows! This winter, the City will be strictly enforcing ticketing and towing related to snow removal. You cannot short-term park or store any personal property within 6’ of the pavement, or you will be ticketed and your vehicle may be ticketed and towed. In downtown Hailey, or in ANY area…

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2024 Comprehensive Plan Update

With a new year just around the corner, goals and resolutions are often established in hopes of achieving great things. These annual intentions are not just individual endeavors but are common within municipalities too. A primary goal within Hailey’s Community Development Department (CDD) in 2024 is to update, refine, build upon, and modernize Hailey’s Comprehensive…

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Downtown Master Plan Update

The City of Hailey, in partnership with the Hailey Urban Renewal Agency, is working on a Downtown Master Plan to guide growth, development and public improvements in the downtown area for the next 10-15 years.  We have surveyed the public twice, with 388 community responses and an additional 98 businesses.  The Plan is based on…

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2023 Recycling Update

Hailey has partnered with the Environmental Resource Center (ERC) for the past two summers to divert recycling and food waste generated at Hailey events from the landfill. This summer, the ERC collected: Aluminum: 696.5 lbs Plastics (1-5): 32 lbs Glass: 109.25 lbs Compost: 300.5 lbs Plastic Film: 27 lbs Total pounds diverted from the landfill…

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Growing Our Urban Forest – Kiwanis Park

Hailey receives $139,000 in funding to Grow Urban Community Forest at Kiwanis Park The City of Hailey received full funding for their $139,390 proposal to support a transformational tree planting project at Kiwanis Park.  This site was selected because of the current lack of tree canopy cover, its proximity to State Highway 75 and the…

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